“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!