Join this Great Golf Club in South Ockendon, Essex
Standing in 140 glorious acres adjacent to historic Ford Place, on the South facing side of the Mardyke Valley, our South Ockendon Essex Golf Club is an exciting 18 hole parkland course, where long undulating fairways and water hazards give rise to some of the most challenging holes in Essex.
This seriously testing golf course was designed with a little professional help, ‘by the members’, ‘for the members’.
Initially inceppted as a 3 hole Golf Academy, it grew into a 9 hole course, where it was clear that the free draining land had such potential and was inevitably destined to become something more; which it did, by becoming the outstanding 6201 yard, 18 hole par 70 course it is today.
The greens, fairways, paths and trees are all excellently maintained by our Course Manager and his team. Being blessed with exceptional drainage and a state of the art irrigation system, it ensures the best experience as the entire course remains open all year round.
Located in South Ockendon, Essex we are located just near London with only 5 minutes drive from the M25, A13 and the Dartford River Crossing, making us accessible from wherever you are.
Our Clubhouse with 270 degree views of the golf course, offers a bright, comfortable, relaxing environment in which to enjoy a drink and our delicious home cooked food.
Visitors of all levels are welcome, so please give us a call to book your next game of golf on 01708 855011 Or use the Brs Golf App. See our calendar of events.
Mardyke Valley Golf Club is part of the John F Hunt Group.
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“…On this exceedingly long par 3, a well hit shot needs to avoid the mature willow standing guard on the left of the 8th, 35 yards from the green….”