Shortest Golf Course In The World

 Gaudet Luce Golf Club's 9-hole
Gaudet Luce Golf Club’s 9-hole photo from

You can find the shortest golf course “over the pond”

One of, if not the world’s shortest golf course is the Gaudet Luce Golf Club’s 9-hole course located in Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, England. The course averages less than 135 yards per hole on their longest day. It is considered a pitch and putt course, it is popular with beginners and experienced golfers who want to work on their short game.

“The course usually takes less than an hour to play and with no dress code and clubs available for hire, The Hadzor is a great way to spend some time on a golf course without some of the restrictions sometimes associated with golf.”

Gaudet Luce Golf Club is a 27-hole golf complex located in Worcestershire, England. In addition to the world’s shortest golf course, it also has an 18-hole course called the Phoenix Course. Their super short 9-hole course is called the Hadzor Course.

The Phoenix Course was designed by the architect Donald Steel and opened in 1995. It is a par-72 course that measures 6,591 yards (6,027 meters) from the back tees. The course is known for its tree-lined fairways and water hazards, and it has hosted several regional and national tournaments.

The Hadzor Course is a par-27 course that measures 1,225 yards (1,121 meters). It is great for beginners and those who want to work on their short game, and it is also used for corporate and society days.

In addition to the golf courses, Gaudet Luce Golf Club has a driving range, putting green, and chipping area. The club also offers golf lessons and clinics with PGA-qualified professionals. The clubhouse has a restaurant and bar, and it is a popular venue for weddings, parties, and other events.

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