Home of European Tour Player and Spanish Open 2016 winner Andrew Johnston

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Course Open, buggies and trolleys are permitted. (updated 27 September at 13:58)

Welcome to North Middlesex Golf Club

Rightfully proud of its history, North Middlesex Golf Club was established in 1905 and was designed by Willie Park Junior. Tucked away in North London suburbia the Club is a welcome surprise. Set in 74 acres of beautiful parkland with attractive water features, the course at 5,675 yards long with a par of 69 offers a challenge to all golfing abilities.

Located a few miles south of the M25 at Junction 23, minutes from the Northern Line and British Rail and just five miles from central London, the Club proves to be a perfect choice for many London based businesses and organisations. Renowned for its lively and friendly atmosphere the Clubhouse boasts an excellent bar and function room overlooking one of the most picturesque finishing holes to be found anywhere in the United Kingdom let alone London! It’s no coincidence that North Middlesex Golf Club has earned the reputation as ‘the only place to play Golf in North London’

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Here at North Middlesex we are dedicated to improving golfers and giving those who are new to the game the best chance of enjoyment.

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The Manor House is an elegant early 19th Century House, retaining much of its old world charm.


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Andrew Johnston finishes third in South Africa
Andrew Johnston finished his first European tour event, the Alfred Dunhill Championship played at Leopard Creek CC, Malelane, South Africa, in a very creditable third place.