Hendon Golf Club

Hendon Golf Club

Hendon Golf Club

As a visitor to Hendon Golf Club you will always get a warm welcome. Visitor tee times are available during the week and at weekends. With our two tee start, you can be assured of teeing off on time without having to wait.

Our Harry Colt designed 6,227 yards, Par 70 course with its tree lined rolling fairways, well guarded and manicured greens provides a true test of your golfing and course management skills. Our course is open all year round and, except in exceptional circumstances there is no need to resort to winter tees or greens.

Located in leafy Mill Hill in North West London, Hendon Golf Club is easily accessible from the M1, A1, A41 and A406, North Circular Road. Central London is only 8 miles away with good public transport links to Mill Hill.

Society and Corporate Golf Days

If you are looking for a great venue to hold your golf day, please check out what we have to offer.
Go to our Golf Days Page to find out more. Book a Tee Time

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I book a tee timeWhat is Hendon’s Dress Code?I need a golf buggie, can I hire one?Local RulesDistance Markers, Bunkers & Flags

How To Find Us

Sat Nav: Post Code NW7 1DG:  Map Coordinates 51.606603,-0.220874
Nearest Tube Station: Mill Hill East – Northern Line

What our visitors are saying

“An interesting course where accuracy is more important that length. The course was in great shape considering the lack of rainfall recently. Some bunkers are hard packed. A few fairways are used for lessons and you play through these. Pace of play was excellent as we were sent off ahead of a members event. Looking forward to going again.”Nancy
from London

“ Closer to London, just a taxi ride from the West End Hotels is a comparatively undiscovered Colt gem, Hendon Golf Club, A parkland course of two loops of nine with mature trees and copses – two par fives, four par threes. The course is well bunkered, some of the fairways are tight and it is cleverly shielded from any buildings by tree line borders. It has been the venue of county matches, but generally members have it to themselves and are fortunate indeed to have such an excellent facility which Colt created. “Peter Allis

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