Within the opulent surroundings of the Brocket Hall Estate sit two outstanding championship golf courses in magnificent 18th century parkland.
The courses are appropriately named after the Prime Ministers who once resided at Brocket Hall, Lord Palmerston and Lord Melbourne. Both are quintessentially British by design, but at the same time offer a completely different challenge for golfers of all abilities.
Together, they are two of the finest golf courses in England and provide the perfect backdrop for the tournaments and golf days that fill the social calendar.
The renowned practice facilities of The Melbourne Club Golf Academy and a charmingly positioned luxury Clubhouse on the banks of the Broadwater Lake make The Melbourne Club one of the UK’s most exclusive golf venues.
An event at Brocket Hall becomes truly memorable when you include award-winning Modern British dining at Auberge du Lac, laid-back lunches in Watershyppes Restaurant or a stay in the beautiful Melbourne Lodge.