Brickendon Grange Golf Club is a Private Members Golf Club with a membership in excess of 600 people consisting of men and women who enjoy equal playing privileges. Hertfordshire is blessed with a number of fine parkland golf courses and Brickendon Grange Golf Club sits comfortably within this group. The club was established in the 1960’s and opened the full eighteen hole golf course designed by C.K. Cotton in 1967. The signature hole is without doubt the 17th, named ‘Ace of Herts’, which is undisputedly not only one of the best holes in Hertfordshire but one of the best holes to be played in the South of England. The golf course is set in 160 acres of rolling Hertfordshire countryside, yet readily accessible to the visiting golfer being only four miles from the county town of Hertford. It offers a great golfing challenge, without being so tough as to ruin your day, together with the peace and quiet of a truly rural location.