Designed by five-times Open Champion James Braid, our 18-hole, par 72 picturesque parkland course is regarded as the finest golfing challenge in North London.
The course and clubhouse are located in a secluded and peaceful setting but it can be easily accessed from Central London. The course is renowned for its pristine and fast greens.
Finchley Golf Club is one of the closest golf clubs to Central London and is within walking distance of Mill Hill East station (nearest) and within a mile of Finchley Central and West Finchley stations.
Finchley Golf Course: Course open, no buggies allowed, please keep trolleys 30yds from greens, repair pitch marks, replace divots
The clubhouse was built over 100 years ago as a substantial mansion house and retains many of its original Victorian features.
It is arranged as a semi-quadrangle with two wings. The clubhouse now serves the club’s members and guests. The changing rooms are arranged over the first floor with a shoe room on the ground floor.
We have two restaurants in Finchley Golf Club and a bar for members and guests.
For members, the club offers a mix of social and competitive golf within a friendly and welcoming community.
We cherish the traditions of the game based on good manners, etiquette and camaraderie and we have a clubhouse that befits those values. We are nevertheless a relaxed, modern, progressive club keen to ensure that the club fits around the busy lifestyles of our varied membership.
Finchley Pro Shop offers both its members and visitors a range of products and services to assist golfers of all levels.
The state of the art purpose built swing studio featuring advanced indoor simulator technology and a professional knowledge of both equipment and the golf swing, deliver an unrivalled custom fitting experience, golf lessons, gap testing plus the added ability to play the world’s most exclusive courses indoors! In front of our Pro Shop, we have a high quality outdoor putting green that allows customers to test multiple putters with convenience and at their own pace.