Designed by the well-known C.K. Cotton – perhaps one of the most influential golf architects of the mid-twentieth century - and built in 1963, the 6,428 yard parkland course is one of the most outstanding of Hertfordshire golf courses. Picturesque, superbly maintained and flanked by magnificent trees, it presents a challenging, but ultimately enjoyable and playable course for golfers of all standards. Recently ranked No.12 Golf Course in Hertfordshire by Top 100 Golf Courses, Dyrham Park Country Club epitomises the philosophy, "no risk, no reward". Several holes boast challenging water features with the 7th being a spectacular signature hole across a shimmering lake. Despite the watery dangers, the course can reward golfers of all abilities, while the natural beauty of the Hertfordshire countryside provides a wonderful natural backdrop to this exquisite golf and country club.