The Golf Course
at St Ives (Hunts) Golf Club in Cambridgeshire

About The Course

Situated in rural East Anglia, St Ives (Hunts) Golf Club boasts a brand new inland links style course, designed by renowned golf course architect Cameron Sinclair. Built on a 230-acre site at Giffords Farm, Needingworth, the 18 hole course is a first class facility which provides a stern test for golfers of all ages and abilities.

The course features USGA specification greens, one of the first courses in the country to do so, using 'velvet bent' grass on the greens to ensure they mature fast and true. The fairways are fully drained and irrigated and have been sand-capped with 40mm of sand to give a links-like 'feel'.
Buggies are allowed on the course and the buggy paths from tee to fairway are specially constructed grass paths with their own irrigation system.

The choice of four tees to each hole allows all golfers to enjoy a unique test. The 18 hole course is ranked as a par 72, with yardages ranging from 5626 to 6758. Plans are in hand to extend the course to 7150 yards for Professional events.

Course Map

Course Tour

If you have never played at St Ives (Hunts) Golf Club before you are in for a treat. Make the most of your trip by learning about some of the pitfalls that lie in wait, and how to avoid them, by following our hole-by-hole tour.
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