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Brocket Hall is rated 5.0 out of 5 based on 5 verified reviews from YGT customers.
 
Brocket Hall, in the shadow of the majestic stately home, is among the most luxurious and desirable golf clubs anywhere in Britain. Boasting two championship golf courses, the award winning restaurant Auberge du Lac and the Palmerston Golf Academy, the facilities across the estate are outstanding, and set against the backdrop of the estate's majestic woodland and parkland.
 
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Golf courses

Palmerston Course

Donald Steel’s Palmerston Course winds through mature Corsican, Scots and Hornbeam pine trees, and is a challenging par 73 test. The designer has made full use of the natural landscape to create truly amazing hazards which are as beautiful as they are treacherous.

Melbourne Course

Laid out around and across the River Lea, the Melbourne Course is a golf course of immense beauty. The stunning land was manipulated into a championship course by the great duo of Peter Alliss and Clive Clark, who made full use of the 18th century parkland. A unique touch makes the finish even more special – golfers are transported to the final green via the Broadwater ferry.

Overlooking the golf courses and the Broadwater is the majestic clubhouse, which is not only the place to relax after a round, but also boasts an excellent banqueting hall which is the ideal stage for a lunch or dinner as part of a corporate golf event at Brocket Hall.

Accommodation

Brocket Hall, in the shadow of the majestic stately home, is among the most luxurious and desirable golf clubs anywhere in Britain. Boasting two championship golf courses, the award winning restaurant Auberge du Lac and the Palmerston Golf Academy, the facilities across the estate are outstanding, and set against the backdrop of the estate's majestic woodland and parkland.
 

The historic Melbourne Lodge has been transformed into stunning country house accommodation, with 16 bedrooms that have been decorated and furnished in the most luxurious fashion.

The lodge was the estate’s former stable block, and with heed to that fact, each of its bedrooms is named after one of the era’s most prominent racehorses. Whether you stay in Northern Dancer, Nijinsky or Red Rum, your stay will be in the utmost comfort.

The talented team of chefs at the fine dining Auberge Du Lac restaurant have created a menu using only the finest local ingredients, which is complemented by fine wine, your choice of cocktails and 5 star service. It is an experience that should not be missed when you visit the Brocket Hall Estate

Brocket Hall is also renowned for its terrific wine cellar, ensuring the perfect complement to the fine dining of Auberge Du Lac.

Features

  • Golf Academy
  • Championship Standard Course
  • Club House
  • Golf Club Hire
  • Practice Area
  • Putting Greens
  • Golf Buggies
  • Driving Range
  • Tuition
  • Pro Shop
  • Satellite TV
  • On-Site Parking
  • In House Bar
  • In House Restaurant
  • Banqueting Facilities
  • Conference Facilities

Golfer reviews

The two golf courses are brilliant...

I just wanted to express my gratitude for your efforts in arranging the fantastic golf break for me at Brockett Hall.

I can report that the other half was very impressed and I think I got some brownie points! Brocket Hall was amazing. The practice ground was out of this world and the two golf courses are brilliant; especially the Palmerston.

Your Golf Travel’s service has been exceptional and I am looking forward to booking my next golf trip with you.

The golf courses at Brocket Hall were very good...

Firstly I would like to say that the service that I received from Your Golf travel was first class. From the moment of first contact until after the golf holiday we were well looked after. I found your response to queries to be very prompt and extremely helpful. I made several changes from the initial booking and on each occasion I was dealt with courteously and in a very efficient and professional manner. Top marks!

The layout of the golf courses at Brocket Hall were very good; most greens had been treated but were perfectly playable nonetheless. The Melbourne Course was challenging and a fair test for golfers of most abilities and the Palmerstone Course was a joy to behold; certainly one of the finest courses I have played in Southern England.

The bar prices were reasonable and good value compared to most establishments of similar stature. The Melbourne Lodge was first class and Auberge du Lac was an experience to remember for surprisingly little money.

The service received from all of the team at YGT was first class if only it were possible to award more than 10/10! I would certainly recommend YGT to a friend without hesitation or reservation. I look forward to doing business with you in the future.

A very special venue indeed...

Our thanks, once again, must go out to Your Golf Travel for their advice and organisation when setting up this golfing break. As usual, everything went smoothly and Brocket Hall was enjoyed by all.

Brocket Hall was unknown to us prior to a discussion with at Your Golf Travel. This choice proved to be a very special venue indeed. On our golf breaks, our overriding desire has always been to choose a quality golf course and the two championship courses at Brocket Hall more than satisfied this need! The practice centre was simply amazing as well; I have never seen such facilities!

We played the Melbourne Course first of all which was a beautiful golf course. Opened in 1992 and designed by Peter Alliss and Clive Clark, this Par 72 provided an enjoyable challenge as it crossed the River Lea on several occasions, culminating in a ferry journey across the Broadwater Lake to complete the 18th hole!

The following day we played the Palmerston course, justifiably one of the top 100 courses in England. Every hole on this course was spectacular and unforgettable. Designed by the renowned course architect Donald Steele it travelled the route of an old racecourse circling the 540 acre Brocket Hall estate.

Our meals were in the Watershyppes Clubhouse which overlooked the Broadwater Lake and that fascinating ferry: breakfast in the restaurant; evening meal in the Members’ bar and lounge.Overall this golf break proved to be one of our favourites, comparable to Hanbury Manor – possibly even better!

Testing yet contrasting tracks...

We had our most recent golf break at Brocket Hall, where the two golf courses were testing yet contrasting tracks. With the recent weather, both courses were as lush as I have known them to be, and in great condition. The standout feature was the Melbourne's greens, which were very true and quick.

The New Palmerston clubhouse is a delightful addition to Brocket Hall, providing a more relaxed atmosphere than the main clubhouse when using the facilities be it before or after the round. The cost of drinks while not cheap, compare similarly to that of other less well established clubs in the vicinity. The Pro was extremely welcoming, courteous and helpful and nothing was too much trouble.

The welcome and helpfulness was a common theme with all staff be it within the golf club and the hotel, so much so that the hotel team came to our group in the Palmerston clubhouse post round to check us into the hotel, saving us all a small trek to the main clubhouse!

The practise facilities are superb too and use of this was included in the package.

Overall verdict - 9.5/10

YGT were very helpful & thorough too, without being overbearing, and I would definitely recommend you guys to a friend.

The golf courses were in excellent condition...

Our golf trip to Brocket Hall was probably the best we’ve been on to date. The golf courses were in excellent condition, the accommodation was excellent and the food was superb.

All in all, the trip could not have been better, with friendly and accommodating staff present in all areas of the resort.

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