Golf course

Golf at Haigh Woodland Park

Notices

18 hole balcarres golf course map

Haigh golf course offers 27 fantastic holes of parkland golf.

The 18 hole par-70 Balcarres course, spread over 6000 yards, is challenging enough for the competitive golfer but still provides a fun round for the less experienced. The par-3 Crawford course is ideal if you want to improve your game or fit in a quick 9 holes on a busy schedule.

We are open every day, 7am - dusk.

How to book a game

To book a game on our 18 hole Balcarres golf course and our 9 hole Crawford course, you will need to use the online booking portal. We do not take phone reservations.

Members and visitors can book up to 7 days in advance. Payment will be taken on booking.

'Turn up and play' golf will be permitted however we recommend pre-booking online to guarantee a tee off time. During winter you can turn up to pay and play but only during quieter times and only if tee times are available.

What you need to know

  • The golf course is back to normal playing conditions with no restrictions
  • USGA Specification Greens in use all year round
  • Rakes are back in bunkers – please rake out footmarks in bunkers after use
  • Pull carts are available for hire
  • Players must bring their own clubs and equipment. Equipment hire is not currently available
  • Golf buggy rides are unavailable through winter. We will look to reintroduce buggies in spring

For all golf and membership enquiries you can contact the Golf at Haigh team.

Who can play?

The course is open to all members of the public (you don’t need to have visited us before), providing you have your own clubs and equipment.

A maximum of 4 players are permitted to play per tee off time.

Parking and facilities

All golfers who pay to use the 18 hole Balcarres course are entitled to free parking. Car park tickets will be validated in the Visitor Centre when booking in.

The toilets inside the Visitor Centre are available for player use. There is also male and female changing rooms and shower, wet room with accessible toilet and shower, and a baby changing facility.

Prices

Golf course prices
Golf courseDay and timePrice per person
Balcarres 18 hole par-70 Weekday, up to 4pm £16
Balcarres 18 hole par-70 Weekday, past 4pm £9
Balcarres 18 hole par-70 Weekend, up to 4pm £20
Balcarres 18 hole par-70 Weekend, past 4pm £10
Crawford 9 hole par-3 Anytime £5

Book a Golf package

Planning a day out for your Golf Society, a thank you day for your customers or a day to raise money for a cause close to your heart? We have various golf packages available that you can tailor to suit your needs, including food and drink options in the Kitchen Courtyard. Price per person:

  • Summer packages, 1st April - 31st October - £19 weekends and £15 weekdays
  • Winter packages, 1st November - 31st March - £15 weekends and £10 weekdays
  • See golf society terms and conditions.

You will need to contact the Golf at Haigh team to book a golf society package.

Book a golf coaching session

Whether you're a seasonsed player or a complete beginner, our professionals offer golf coaching for all abilities.

Ian Lee Golf Academy

With over 35 years experience coaching and developing players of all levels from complete beginners through to elite amateurs and winners on the PGA European Tour, Ian Lee offers a range of golf courses for all ages and individual tuition. Offering unrivalled practice facilities, golf courses and a state-of-the-art indoor golf studio housing the very best technology, Haigh Woodland Park is the place to learn and improve your golf no matter what your level. Wherever you are on a player pathway, PGA Fellow Professional Ian Lee can help play your best shots, drop your handicap, and be your best golfer.

Alan Crompton

Alan has been a PGA Golf Professional for over thirty years. He has great experience teaching golfers of all abilities, from juniors and beginners to County players and developing some of the region’s best professionals. Alan’s teaching style is informal, fun and enthusiastic, having learned coaching methods from attending workshops led by some of the game’s top instructors including Butch Harmon, Peter Cowan and John Jacobs.