Welcome to Goring & Streatley Golf Club
Established in 1895, and with over 100 years of history, Goring & Streatley Golf Club is an 18 hole, par 71 golf course much of which is laid out over free draining chalkland, with a newly installed state of the art irrigation system. This combination gives you the golfer dry conditions in the Winter and beautiful lush fairways and approaches in the Summer, perfect for all year round golf and maximum value for money for your membership.
It is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty in Berkshire with stunning panoramic views of the Thames Valley, the Ridgeway and the River Thames. Much of the course was designed by Harry Colt, who was also responsible for Sunningdale and Wentworth.
Goring & Streatley Golf Club offers a great test of golf over undulating land, amongst mature woodland and strategically placed bunkers. This varied and yet challenging course requires a level of proficiency to play but never leaves the fun part of the game far from your imagination. The greens at Goring & Streatley are renowned for being fast, true and in all year round great condition. We are a friendly club, who welcomes new members and visitors alike with an established high quality golf course, a rare cocktail indeed.
We boast great facilities including a restaurant specialising in home-made, locally-sourced produce, four bars and three function rooms. We are a short distance from the M4 and A34 making us an easy venue to find – perfect if you wish to host a society day, business meeting or a Wedding.
We are sure you will enjoy both the golf at Goring & Streatley and the friendly hospitality provided by our in-house events team. We very much look forward to your visit.
The Woodlands Suite at Goring & Streatley Golf Club
Amazing food and hospitality open to the public and Goring & Streatley members, showcasing only the best local produce overseen by our highly experienced Head Chef.
“The Course was in excellent condition and challenging. We all said we will definitely come back and play again”