In addition to miles of coastline, historic villages and picturesque countryside, Norfolk caters brilliantly for golf enthusiasts, with a wide selection of courses and driving ranges in the region set amidst unspoilt surrounds. Have a look at one of these top golf courses in Norfolk, and do your golf holiday in style with one of our luxury cottages or holiday homes in the county. So if you fancy dusting off those cobwebs and going on a proper golf getaway, then look no further than one of these golf courses.
Marlingford Road, NR9 3LU
Conveniently located just outside the city of Norwich, Glen Lodge is home to Bawburgh Golf Club, which is set amidst 190 acres of countryside. The experienced golfer can play a 27 hole package, whilst the budding enthusiast is catered for with a simpler 9 hole round. Expect a friendly atmosphere and warm welcome at this Yare Valley site.
Golf Course Road, PE36 6JQ
This historic club was founded in 1891 and continues to be popular today. Changes have been made over the years, including its extension to 18 holes and the addition of 40 bunkers. According to Golf Breaks Ireland, the course has a relatively easy start, so it’s perfect for beginners, though later holes remain challenging.
Heacham Manor Estate, Hunstanton Road, PE31 7JX
The Heacham and Ringstead rivers are key parts of this course, which also features 4 lakes. The natural features of the Wash landscape are skillfully incorporated into the site and add interest to many of the holes on the 18 hole course. Enjoy a meal at the on-site Mulberry restaurant, one of the area’s finest.
Sweetbriar Lane, NR26 8HG
A clifftop course with great views, Sheringham uses natural foliage features like gorse to provide a challenge for golfers. This is a mainly flat site, though do not be fooled: high winds can complicate play.
145 Overstrand Road, NR27 OJH
Widely regarded as Norfolk’s premier golf site, the course is kept in immaculate condition and encourages players to do the same: smart dress is recommended. This coastal course has stunning views, and the windy weather conditions are an additional challenge for skilled golfers. Have a day out at Royal Cromer and enjoy the facilities on offer at their club house.
Whether you’re going with your family or a group of friends, a golf holiday can be a great way to rest and recharge – especially if you’ve been stuck in the house. If you’re looking for a holiday home in Norfolk for groups with people who want to take up golf and others who aren’t as fussed, then check out our Norfolk collection. For those who want to go full-hog on the golf holiday, have a look at our holiday homes that are close to golf courses.