It’s a beautiful morning and your tee time is booked. You wake up knowing that you will play one of the finest courses at one of the most prestigious clubs in the nation, restricted to Members and their guests. This breezy, well-groomed course takes full advantage of the properties natural setting and is designed with both the average and professional golfer in mind making it just as beautiful as it is challenging.

“Give your course a signature.”
- Robert Trent Jones Sr.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1960, and renovated by his son Rees Jones in 2000, this 18-hole, 7200 yard championship golf course is a must-play for every golfer. Set on 267 stunning acres, the course meets all the classic Robert Trent Jones Sr. characteristics.

Robert Trent Jones Sr. Trait One: Fairways Framed With Bunkers
On the 3rd hole you could be forgiven for breathing a sigh of relief. However, a closer look reveals two fairway bunkers and three deep bunkers surrounding a green you can’t see. Accuracy is essential to avoid these obstructions. 

Robert Trent Jones Sr. Trait Two: Large Greens
591 yards down the 10th tee along the Thames River takes you to a green 60 yards in length. Like any grand green, speed will be a factor to successfully finishing this hole.

Robert Trent Jones Sr. Trait Three: Bold Use of Water Hazards
The Club’s 2nd hole is a classic Jones par 3 which includes an intimidating water hazard set up against the green.

"The London Hunt Club is a fantastic golf course. There are a lot of pin placements they can tuck and you have four or five yards over a bunker and not much behind it.  You really have to be in charge of your game playing that golf course.”
- Cristie Kerr, 16-time LPGA Tour winner.

See for yourself!