Calcot Park Golf Club is a historic and traditional members' golf club having been designed by the legendary Harry Colt and opened in 1930.
Situated in Berkshire on the western fringes of suburban Reading, the Club sits within an exclusive private estate. Its parkland setting only enhances the ambience of the course, one’s eyes are often attracted to the ample wildlife when playing the course, whilst the changing seasons are complemented by the colours of the trees which abound the edges of the property.
Calcot Park is an undulating, traditional, parkland course rated as one of the top golf clubs in Berkshire and is recognised as one of the best in the local area. It was designed by the legendary Harry Colt in 1930 who also built, amongst others, Beaconsfield, Denham, Stoke Park, Sunningdale Old, Swinley Forest along with the East and West courses at the Wentworth Club in Surrey.
Renowned for its superb, undulating greens, the 18-hole course, Par 70 course is 6,300 yards off the white tees and is acknowledged as a demanding, yet fair test of golf.