It’s Magic Hour as Heythrop Park shows new photos
Early springtime isn’t always the best time to photograph a golf course, but rural Oxfordshire golf destination Heythrop Park Resort is already looking marvellous and ready for the forthcoming season.
New photographs from Magic Hour Golf, taken earlier this week, show many views of the resort’s picturesque golf course which have never been captured before.
Photographer Andy Hiseman took the shots on a late-afternoon visit to the resort, which celebrates its fifth anniversary in 2014.
“Like most clubs we are hard at work preparing the golf course for the forthcoming season” said Tim Good, Director of Golf, Leisure and Spa at Heythrop Park Resort.
”However, these photos show that our Bainbridge golf course is already in fine shape, and hopefully these new images will encourage golfers to come and tackle its many unique challenges this spring.”
The resort, which features a 7,088 Par 72 golf course, plus the elegant De Vere Heythrop Park hotel and the stylish Crowne Plaza Heythrop Park Hotel, has announced 2014 green fee prices of £30 during the week, and £40 after 11am at the weekends.