• Stunning scenery from one of the greens at Hadden Hill Golf Club
  • The view from the 5th Tee at Hadden Hill
  • The 4th and 7th Greens at Hadden Hill
  • The Signature 7th Hole at Hadden Hill
  • The view from the 8th Tee across Oxfordshire countryside at Hadden Hill
  • Dog-leg 11th hole at Hadden Hill
  • Golfers on the Par 5 1st Hole at Hadden Hill
  • The picturesque 13th Hole at Hadden Hill
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The course

Located in Didcot, South Oxfordshire, the golf course at Hadden Hill Golf Club is a full-length course measuring 6,563 yards from the men’s competition tees, laid over gently undulating parkland with wonderful views on the back 9 over the North Wessex Downs.

The course has over thirty miles of underground drainage and each bunker has a drain underneath it, so even in mid-winter the bunkers are ‘playable’.

The greens are of an exceptionally high standard and the whole course is extremely well maintained and playable throughout the year by our excellent greenkeepers. The greens are built on a ‘stone layer’ and the growing medium is 70% sand to allow for quick drainage and fine grass.

Course History

The course was designed by Michael Morley and built to the highest specification. The front nine holes opened in May 1990 with the second nine opening in June 1991. The 6 hole par 3 course opened in summer 2008.

Take a look around each hole of our 18 hole course, and receive tips on the best shot for each hole, from our PGA qualified professional Tom.