Oxfordshire - Golf Course in England

About Oxfordshire

If you love fun, you can skip the oxfordshire golf club. This could be the course for you if you're looking for a thrill.

The oxfordshire was designed by rees jones, a well-known golf course architect, and it opened for play in 1993 after extensive earthworks. Jones is well-known in the united states, having redesigned the south course at torrey pines and the black course at bethpage black, which hosted the 2002 us open.

The oxfordshire is designed in an american style to exceptionally high standards, with sand-based greens and tees, on reasonably flat and uninspiring ground. It's ostensibly a championship course with fine spectator vantage points. The b&h international open was held here four times in a row from 1996 to 1999. The winners were ames, langer, clarke, and montgomerie, in that order. Laura davies won the ladies' english open here in 1996 as well.

The back tees (7,200 yards) are not intended for the regular golfer. The yellow tees (6,300 yards) are expected to be more fun to play. This is a tough test, with over 100 bunkers (some of which are enormous) and four man-made reservoirs. You'll be fine if you strike the ball right. Otherwise, it can be a climb, particularly if the wind is blowing.

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