Middlesex is a historical county, close to London. In fact, most of its land falls within the wider urbanised area of London and within Greater London.
It borders Hertfordshire to the north, Surrey to the south, Berkshire to the west and Essex to the east. A small county, it’s actually the second smallest only to Rutland.
Despite its size however, it still packs a punch when it comes to golf. And there are plenty of options with a total of 36 golf courses in Middlesex.
Northwood Golf Club is one of the best in the area. It’s a parkland-heathland mix, sitting in a heavily woodland estate with a meandering brook that flows through the course. It features USGA greens and has had a recent refurbishment of the clubhouse making it a place to enjoy your golf all year round.
Some of our other favourites in the area are Fulwell and Ealing.
Fulwell Golf Club is just 1 mile from Twickenham stadium set on 130 acres of the London outskirts. Another parkland-healthland mix, the mature trees line the fairways placing a prominence on accuracy from the tee.
Ealing is a local gem that has been influenced by two of the game’s top golf architects, James Braid and Harry Colt. It’s a fine example of a typical parkland course, with tree lined fairways, well positioned bunkers and occasional water hazards in the form of the River Brent.
There are plenty of options to choose from and you can also check out all the other golf courses in Middlesex below.