Category Archives: London

London Golf Travel

London is a favorite spot for Golf lovers. There are many golf courses in London that tourists can visit to enjoy a great golfing experience. Some major golf courses of London are as follows…

The Grove Golf club: This is an outstanding 18-hole golf course, a spa and a hotel, surrounded by 300 acres of private ground. It is located close to Heathrow Airport and central London. This golf course has acquired the title of one of the premier golf courses of UK.

St. George’s Hill Golf Club: This is the most beautiful of all the golf courses that is located on the Surrey/Berkshire sand belt. It is also one of the best. This course started in 1913 and is considered as the best of works ever done. The land rises and falls just like a roller coaster and the spectacular views are simply eye catching.

St George’s Hill Golf Club‎ – Golf Club Road
St George’s Hill, Weybridge KT13 0NL, United Kingdom
Tel: 01932 847 758
For more info visit: www.stgeorgeshillgolfclub.co.uk‎

Walton Health Golf club: This course has been awarded by the 1981 Ryder Cup, five European tournaments, the Brabazon Trophy etc. It was founded in 1903 and is ranked among the top 100 golf courses of the world.
Walton Heath Golf Club
Deans Ln, Walton On The Hill, Tadworth, Surrey KT20 7TP, UK
For more info visit: www.waltonheath.com

West Hill Golf Club: It was founded in 1910. This course is routed across the undulating sandy ground. The fairways are lined with birch, pine and heather. If you are looking for the charm, then West Hill is the place to be in. This is a truly wonderful golf course.
West Hill Golf Club
Woking, Surrey, England GU24 0BH
Clubhouse: 01224 743361
Professional: 01224 740159
For more info visit: www.westhillgolfclub.co.uk

Discover London, Bayswater area

Bordering Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, Bayswater, a most cosmopolitan area with one of London hotels highest concentration, houses today diverse populations, from Arabs, to Greeks, Brazilians, Americans and a substantial local population. Georgian stucco terraces and garden squares build up the biggest part of this London area. In the area, which once belonged to the Westminster Abbey, there were springs of excellent water supplied to a place called Baynard Watering. This is probbaly the origin of Bayswater in London, an abbreviation of the watering place.