Hunstanton Golf Club was founded in 1891. During the Club’s 125 year history, it has hosted more than forty events of national standing including twelve British & English Ladies Amateur Championships, five Brabazon Trophies and three English Amateur Championships.
The Boy’s Amateur Championship has been played here twice and the Carris Trophy held for the first time in 2016. See Honours Board for a complete list of national events stretching back to 1914.
History on the 16th Hole
However perhaps the most notable feat occurred in the Eastern Counties Foursomes in 1974. Bob Taylor, a Leicestershire County player, holed in one on three successive days at the 189 yard par three 16th hole. You can see Bob being interviewed by Bernard Gallagher about his never to be repeated achievement here.
An important aspect of Hunstanton Golf Course is the Club House. A warm welcome greets guests in the clubhouse and our talented chefs ensure that dining at the Golf Club is a pleasurable affair. The catering team provide a wide range of meals from “light bites” to four-course banquets.
Follow our page here on icanbea... to view our latest opportunities!