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Brampton Heath Golf Club

The location

Located two miles north of Northampton, Brampton Heath Golf Club is next to the Village of Church Brampton, just off the A50. It is in a very peaceful and desirable area, both for Gofing as well as for other functions.

 

The Venue

Brampton Heath has rapidly become Northampton’s premier Pay & Play Golf Centre. Two miles from Northampton town centre, this undulating heathland course has built up a strong membership as well as being very popular with the casual & regular visiting golfer.

The course opened in May 1995 and now the many trees and gorse that were planted to compliment the existing trees have matured and helped to give not only a very scenic course but a challenging one for all abilities. The excellent quality of the fairways and greens is maintained throughout the year due to the naturally free draining soil. Trolleys are always permitted. Buggies are permitted in all but exceptional circumstances.

Great effort is put into maintaining speed of play and making people aware of course etiquette. Brampton Heath Golf Centre does operate a Standard Dress Code. Brampton Heath also caters for social events, weddings, Conferences and other occasions.

 

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