Caversham Heath Golf Club


Type:Golf Course

Chazey Heath, Mapledurham, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 7UT

Tel: 0118 947 8600

Caversham Heath Golf Club


Caversham Heath Golf Club, located on the Berkshire and Oxfordshire border has always offered huge potential. Part of the historic Mapledurham Estate, the area itself is rich in history but the course itself is relatively new, being opened in 2000.

Designed by David Williams, the course enjoys unrivalled drainage, making it a firm favourite with local golfers in both the summer & winter. Extensive practice facilities are also on offer and lessons are available from the P.G.A. Head Professional.

The Clubhouse looks out over the 1st & 18th holes and surrounding countryside. Breakfast is served from 8am each day and lunchtime daily specials are also popular. There is ample parking at the Club, including disabled spaces.

The Club enjoys a fine reputation for functions; weddings, birthdays and private dinners. Whatever the occasion, with attentive staff, fine food and stunning surroundings Caversham Heath is a golf club that warmly welcomes both non-members & members through its doors.

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  • On-Site cafe/restaurant

Establishment Features

  • Conference facilities
  • Dogs Accepted
  • Event Venue
  • Toilets

Parking & Transport

  • Parking (free)

Payment Methods

  • Delta accepted
  • Maestro Accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Special group rates - Occasionally for golf fees
  • Visa accepted

Provider Preferences

  • In countryside


Map & Directions

Road Directions

Directions from the M4 - 15 mins

Leave junction 11 of the M4 and head towards Reading centre (A33). After 4 - 5 miles you will reach Reading centre (A33). Head for Caversham still down the A33 bearing left on the round about past TGI Fridays and towards the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Head straight over the roundabout, taking you over Caversham Bridge. Stay in the left lane over the bridge and turn left at the lights. This will take you up St Peters Hill (A4074) towards Oxford and Woodcote. Travel for another 2 miles or so and you will see a Caversham Heath Golf Club sign on your left. Take the next turning left (opposite the Pack Saddle pub). Travel for 250 yards and you will be at Caversham Heath's entrance.

Directions from Oxford - 35 mins

Travel down the A4074 towards Reading passing Wallingford and surrounding towns. This will lead you towards the outskirts of Reading and Caversham. 3 miles before entering Caversham, you will pass The Fox pub to your left and a further mile down the road you will pass Pack Horse pub, also to your left. Carry on for a further 1/2 mile or so and you will arrive at the Pack Saddle pub, also to your left. Opposite this pub there is a turning right, sign posted Mapledurham House and Water Mill and Caversham Heath Golf Club. Follow this road for approx 250 yards and you will be at Caversham Heath's entrance.

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