About

Banbury Golf Club was established in 1993 within the grounds of Waterbridge Farm and is situated in rolling North Oxfordshire countryside.

On April 1st 2017 it came under new management and is subject to a comprehensive programme of improvements both on and off the course.

The Adderbury Course is a Par 71 measuring 6315 yards off the White tees, 5943 off the yellow tees and 5532 yards off the Reds

Adderbury

Adderbury is a village and civil parish about 3 miles (5 km) south of Banbury in northern Oxfordshire, England.
The village is divided in two by the Sor Brook and consists of two neighbourhoods:
West Adderbury and East Adderbury, each of which has its own village green and its own manor house. The parish church is known as the Cathedral of the Feldon.
Because of its close links with the community, Banbury Golf Club renamed its course as
The Adderbury Course.

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