John O'Gaunt Golf Club

Welcome to John O'Gaunt Golf Club

 
 



Welcome to John O'Gaunt Golf Club


John O'Gaunt Golf Club is a premier club in Bedfordshire offering two superb and challenging 18 hole golf courses.

Established in 1948, we have a great clubhouse, and offer a warm and friendly welcome to all visitors

We have hosted the English Golf Union ‘Seniors Championship’ on two occasions and our club professional Lee Scarbrow is a winner of the European PGA ‘John Jacobs’ coach of the year.

We aim to offer both members, and visitors alike, a wonderful welcome and golfing experience that we hope will encourage you to either join or return again soon.

If you require further information on joining THE premier golf club in the region, then call our General Manager Simon Davis, who will be more than happy to show you around the superb facilities on offer.  01767 260360  (option 8) or email:  simon@johnogauntgolfclub.co.uk



Members, please note:

From 1 July -  1st September  the earliest tee off on either course  is 06.30  Monday - Sunday

Members can also tee off from the 9th & 10th, but must give way to green staff doing their course duties.


 

Latest News

RICOH FINAL QUALIFYER NEWS UPDATE

23rd July 2016

Want to watch an Olympic golfer play live? Then come down to John O’Gaunt Golf Club on Monday, July 25th to watch the Final Qualifying event for the Ricoh Women’s British Open. Gwladys Nocera (France), Klara Spilkova (Czech Republic), Christine Wolf (Austria) and Ashleigh Simon (South Africa), who will represent their respective countries in the Rio Olympics next month, will be in action before then at the Bedfordshire course.
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LATEST JOHN O' GAUNT NEWS LETTER

23rd July 2016

SOLHEIM Cup players Trish Johnson (pictured), Caroline Hedwall and Gwladys Nocera are amongst a strong International field for the Final Qualifying event for the Ricoh Women’s British Open at John O’Gaunt GC on Monday, July 25th.
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COURSE NEWS

23rd July 2016

The set-up of both our courses is under a process of continuous review at the monthly General Committee meetings and regular meetings with the Course Manager, Nigel Broadwith. Unsurprisingly, the main topic for discussion at the last two meetings in particular has been the severity of the rough on Carthagena. On both occasions, the conclusion has been to moderate the set-up of the course by selectively cutting back the long Fescue grasses. This work is taking place with immediate effect.
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