Sitting proudly on a Wiltshire hillside, the course reflects all that is best of the local landscape. Apart from the great views across the Wiltshire hills, the lakes and bunkers concentrate the mind wonderfully; accuracy and length play equally important parts in your search for a low score. The newly extended and re-designed Lakes Course covers an additional 100 acres and is a challenging but rewarding course. The 6,628 yard, 18-hole Lakes Course was originally designed by Peter Alliss in 1991 and updated by William Swann in 2006. It is a par-72 jewel that has been sculpted out of the typical county terrain. Rolling, well-textured and welcoming fairways lead to challenging greens. These greens are undulating and can be treacherous and fast depending on the pin positions. The 10th and 17th holes are our signature holes. The English Golf Union hosted their club championships on the Lakes Course which has made the Lakes a true championship course. The 9-hole Garden Course is 3,300 yards long, but if you believe it is a pitch and putt, think again. When played from two sets of tees, it sets up a par-71 course with three par-fives.