Woodbury Park Golf Club
Woodbury Park Golf Club is a private 27-hole parkland course set in stunning parkland setting, boasting two separate golfing experiences for visitors to enjoy. Firstly, the par 73 18 hole course known as The Oaks, a challenging course that stretches a lengthy 7314 yards through well kept parkland settings. For those who want to warm up before the main event, the venue also has a par 32 9 hole course that is intricately designed and a delight to play.
Situated in the heart of the Devonshire countryside, Woodbury Park Golf Club is the perfect destination for a golf getaway .The main event at Woodbury Park is the 18 hole course known as The Oaks, a well designed and immaculately kept par 73 that runs a challenging 7314 yards, all set within stunning parkland settings. With long rolling fairways lined with mature trees, European standard greens and multiple water hazards dotted throughout the course, The Oaks is an absolute pleasure to play and should be enjoyed by golfers of all levels.
Facilities at the club include a full length driving range, a well stocked pro-shop and golf lessons from the course professional Gary Milne. Once you have taken on everything the course has to offer take the opportunity to relax in one of the clubs 3 restaurants, or have a few drinks in The Terrace Bar & Grill while you watch players approach and finish on the 18th green.
Woodbury Park Golf Club: Course Information
Par: Men 72 Women 73
Course Type: Parkland
Length: 6568 yards
Woodbury Park Golf Club: Facilities
Golfers’ Bar & Grill
Al a Carte + Carvery Restaurants
Stunning Parkland Golf
Full Length Driving Range
Woodbury Park Golf Club: Local Area
Woodbury Park is ideally located for exploring one of the most beautiful areas of Devon. The woodland setting gives the club a secluded feeling, though it is easily accessible from the nearby M5 and is a very short drive from the city of Exeter. The club is set on the outskirts of the East Devon AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and short drive south through the stunning countryside you can find the beautiful beaches at Orcombe Point or Sandy Bay, or head east through the national park and you will reach the long beaches of Landram Bay.