North Norfolk has many Famous Golf Courses

Royal Cromer Golf Club

The Cromer Golf Course was originally designed by Tom Morris and sits proudly as one of the best cliff-top courses in England. It features spectacular views and boasts all the attributes of a coastal course with a wealth of sandy hills, grassy valleys and abundant gorse and bracken and of course fresh sea air.  Click here to see their website.

Royal Cromer Golf Course
Sheringham Golf Club

Sheringham Golf Club

Sheringham’s Golf Club is one of the best kept secrets in golf.  It is a wonderful cliff top championship Links golf course.  It is built on an undulating sliver of land bordered by the cliffs and the North Norfolk Railway.  Occasionally you can pause the golf and watch as a Steam Train thunders by. Visitors are welcome to play an to enjoy the friendly club house.  Find out more here.

Mundesley Golf Club

Situated just half a mile from the beautiful North Norfolk coast, Mundesley Golf Club, founded in 1901, sits on the rolling hillside of the River Mun valley and enjoys panoramic views over the surrounding countryside.  Norfolk has the sunniest and driest climate in the UK with summer temperatures among the best in the country you wont need you foul weather kit to play here!

The nine-hole course, with 18 tees, provides a variety of tests for members and guest’s alike.  Click here to see more.

Mundesley Golf Course
Mundesley Driving Range

Mundesley Driving Range

Do you need some practice?  The 12 bay driving range is just a couple of miles from Burrow Cottage.  It is fully illuminated for those darker evenings.

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