Enville Golf Club – The Highgate Course

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At A Glance

The Enville Golf Club - Highgate Course is an amalgamation of these four endeavours:

  • Alf Padgham designed the initial 9-hole course.
  • Arthur Wrigglesworth brought the course to 14 holes.
  • The last 4 holes were added by 1940 by Horace Lewis.
  • In 1973, Frank Pennink introduced 9 holes in 1973.

With superb practice facilities, Enville Golf Club is a 36 hole venue. Between the two eighteen hole courses, the Highgate and Lodge courses, play Enville Highgate.

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Full Course Review

The Enville Golf Club dates back to 1935, a 21-year lease made 9 hole golf possible on common land. Three years later it was extended to 18 holes. 9 holes were added in 1973 and a final 9 in 1983. At this point, two courses - The Highgate and Lodge, were established. The course has been used for Open Qualifying as well as high-level amateur events.

The practise facilities are second to none. A 6-acre short game area is punctuated by 3 full-size chipping and putting greens. The driving range is 360 yards long and 220 yards wide with full grass tees and no mats! This is a rarity in the UK and a real asset for a members club.


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