Luton Hoo Hotel Golf & Spa
The Luton Dr
Luton, A5 LU1 3TQ, United Kingdom

1582 698 856
This resort course is located south of Luton and southwest of Luton Airport. The standard walking rates are £33 on weekdays, then £39 on weekends and public holidays. Resort guest, twilight, society, and corporate rates are available, as are memberships.
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Course Details

Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:yes
Short Game Practice:yes

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Semi-Private CourseCaddington Golf Club
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Semi-Private CourseHarpenden Golf Club
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Semi-Private CourseAldwickbury Park Golf Club
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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/12/18 AndyBedford 85
10/3/18 les.tucker628 92
9/20/18 El Pucho 35*
9/16/18 sshiebert 85
8/18/18 iain.ross884 89
7/11/18 sshiebert 80
6/23/18 sshiebert 79
6/16/18 Fry321 91
6/16/18 MCSlider 106
5/20/18 brogerssa 93
5/19/18 VinodV 113
5/13/18 nolan43 84
5/1/18 sshiebert 83
4/15/18 veas 84
4/14/18 veas 80
4/14/18 Sgwoods 100
3/25/18 sshiebert 78
3/10/18 GAVINSK 78
11/19/17 brogerssa 95
10/12/17 carycurtis 86
9/16/17 sshiebert 85
8/11/17 mergwyn 116
7/21/17 FORCEDELTA 92
6/2/17 mikeday1411 99
5/31/17 chancer90 69

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Recent Reviews

  Richtuck - 7/1/15
The course is very (too) long and I was not overly impressed with its layout or condition. It probably suits the lower handicapper more than it did me (17.1) but overall the lack of bunkers or any landscaping makes it featureless and a boring walk.
  nuttyboy22 - 6/13/14
Have now played this course 3 times in the matter of 9 months, and it gets better every time. Well worth the trip from Cromer. Greens and fairways are very good this course can only get better.
  jfchapman - 6/6/13
excellent corse glad i joined,the pro very helpful and friendly.
  Ian 666 - 5/10/13
Played Luton Hoo in May 2013 was impressed with the greens, rolled very well considering the times of year i played it. Front nine was v tough, wind really plays a big part whilst playing this 'unprotected and open' part of the course, Green fees are a bit steep for a course that needs time to grow however keep an eye out for cheap online deals
Will play again but maybe not off the Blue tees and hope for a less windy day, The rough is not very long but is very thick and uneven. The fairways are great try staying on them
  jim ward - 3/21/12
not bad for a new course , as usual will get better with maturity , their are better tracks in the area
  BAGGYTROUSERS - 10/23/11
Difficult to work out the way from car park to clubhouse! Unfriendly staff in the pro shop. A golf course without bunkers! May be quite a good course in the future but right now far too open. Many staked young trees and water hazards not filled up completely. May be one for the future, but many nicer courses in the area.
  Blackie99 - 8/30/11
I've played Luton Hoo twice now in the last two years. Both rounds took over five hours ... due to a few groups in front on my group playing so slowly and not being prepared to wave groups through. Quite a nice course for such a young course. I wish they could speed up play ... then I would play more often.
  Big G1 - 11/8/10
Played 2 rounds, whilst staying at the mansion. Grand surroundings but well catered for the golfer. With great amenities. Forgiving fairways and excellent greens. Varied holes but a bit exposed on half of the course, just breaking the 100 mark and got 95 & 96 so well chuffed. Go back again? Definately.
  steve974 - 11/4/10
Played Luton Hoo in December 2008 and again March 2010, was impressed with the greens, rolled very well considering the times of year i played it. Front nine was v tough, wind really plays a big part whilst playing this 'unprotected and open' part of the course, whereas the course changes on the back nine with far more mature trees and making it a fairly attractive course. If you live in the area, its definitely worth a go, not sure its worth travelling over 30 miles for though.
  jasetheace - 7/11/10
I played in 2 rounds over a weekend and the fairways were very firm and the ball rolled miles, so the course played shorter than it's overall length. The greens were reasonably receptive and true but very slow.
With that said I had 2 enjoyable rounds and shot in the 70s for the first time so I would go back.
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