Since golf courses reopened after the coronavirus lockdown, thousands of golfers have flooded courses across the UK, which has given investors a new-found confidence in buying golf clubs.
Over the last two months, at least 12 golf clubs have either been sold or put on the market available to buy, with seven golf clubs being sold since the start of July.
Hampton Court Palace Golf Club, Oak Park Golf Club and Pyrford Golf Club, all based in Surrey were sold by Crown Golf to the charity Get Golfing CIO, while Sherfield Oaks Golf Club in Hampshire, Mill Green Golf Club in Hertfordshire, The Bristol Golf Club in Gloucestershire and the lease for the golf course at Warley Park Golf Club in Essex were also picked up by the charity.
Leeds Golf Club in Yorkshire was also sold in July, whilst a host of other clubs have been put on the market, with new owners keen to take advantage of the surge of new golfers.
Bramshaw Golf Club in the New Forest, features two 18-hole golf courses, a clubhouse and pro shop, plus The Bell Inn - a 28 bedroom country inn - has been made available for pruchase with a guide price of £4 million.
The Hereforshire Golf Club was moments away from being dissolved after members voted during the lockdown criris, but the historic golf club has now been put on the market and has a guide price of around £1.25 million.
Another golf club and hotel is also up for grabs, but for no less than £5 million, with North Devon's Highbullen Hotel, Golf and Country Club available to buy.