Temple Golf Club

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Originally known as The Temple Links, the name was derived from the fact the land was previously owned by The Knights Templar.

Henry Cotton was the professional at the club and also ran an indoor teaching school.

Temple Golf Club Videos

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Temple Golf Club Reviews

Sean Arble's tour can be found here

Golf Course Review

Temple Golf Club sits on 140 acres high above the Thames Valley with views of The Chilterns and Marlow to the north. An elevated course on chalk downland, not only does it drain well it is one of the drier places in the country!

Founded in 1909 by Captain G MacDonald of The Guards Club in Maidenhead. Willie Park Jr was commissioned to design and build the course which opened on May 4, 1910.

One design feature which stands out are the one-shot holes of which there are five. Three of them are of substantial length. The 8th is 230 yards, the 10th - 243 yards and the 16th - 234 yards! The other? Variety is the name of the game with uphill, downhill and level holes.


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