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The Links golf club, newmarket

The Links GC is one of the oldest and most respected courses in Cambridgeshire and the venue for many County and Regional events.

This Hotchkin designed 18-hole parkland course enjoys stunning views of the famous Newmarket Racecourses and gallops. The course sits on flat, free-draining terrain making it playable all year. The layout is similar to other Hotchkin designs at Woodhall Spa, Ashridge and Stoke Rochford, with challenging bunkering, fast running fairways and inland-links character, setting a test for the experienced player and an enjoyable experience for those developing their game.

The iconic clubhouse provides a warm welcome where history and modernity combine for your comfort. Members from all walks of life enjoy a friendly and relaxed golf, dining & social experience, whilst visitors to The Links will enjoy a memorable day. 

"Where every round's a Winner!"



In light of the government's announcement, it is great news that golf courses will now be able to re-open from Wednesday 2nd December. The Links will operate the same booking arrangements as before lockdown.

Members are able to hold 3 bookings concurrently for the next 8-day period. Member guests will continue to be allowed as previously (anytime midweek, after 11.00am at weekends). There are no tee times available to visitors currently, this will be reviewed shortly.







Current Course Condition COURSE CLOSED


Last updated: Saturday 7th November, 09:59

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“What an amazing day, everything was as near perfect as you could have wished for, weather reached Mediterranean temperatures, the course looked like an Open Championship venue and the views around the course were the most spectacular I’ve seen.”

“I always enjoy playing at Newmarket. It is very welcoming.”

“Fantastic golf course, in fantastic condition. Played here in a society and loved it!”