Brocket Hall - Palmerston Golf Course review

Brocket Hall's championship Palmerston course has a top quality reputation. How will it play?

Ed Greenland's picture
Mon, 24 Jun 2013

Brocket Hall - Palmerston Golf Course review

Hertfordshire's Palmerston championship golf course is part of the luxurious Brocket Hall estate surrounded by 543 acres of mature woodland.

Considered by the top one hundred golf courses website as number 86th in the United Kingdom, the Palmerston is said to deliver immaculate greens and stunning scenery throughout.

The course named after an ex-Prime Minister boasts a quintessentially British design and offers challenges to all levels of golfers.

Brocket Hall is also proud of its top training facilities called the Palmerston Golf Academy where junior England golfers learn their trade.

Members are given the chance of meeting top professionals during pro-am events with players coming from across the world to take part.

Although Brocket Hall is a members' club primarily, visitors are welcomed all year around subject to availability, with green fees exceeding £100 on the Palmerston course.

In this review I will assess what I feel is the toughest hole, the birdie chance, and the most stunning hole on the golf course.