Bird Hills Golf Club
Drift Road, Hawthorn Hill,
Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 3ST
Tel : +44(0) 1628 771 030 Fax : +44(0) 1628 31023

6 km south of Maidenhead on A330

Further Information
Public course with floodlit driving range

Course Details

Course Name: Bird Hills Holes: 18 Yardage: 6212 SSS: 69

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  • Birdshill review

    Matthew Kelly wrote on: Nov 8, 2004

    I was impressed by the overall lay-out of the course and consider it among the better clubs in the west London area.
    The greens are kept in mint condition and the restaurant was a pleasure to dine in.
    Clearly a lot of work has been carried out since the infamous riots five years ago.
    The fence panels have been replaced, and the bar area repaired to such an extent that signs of the violence perpretated there are no longer there.
    Security has been stepped up considerably so there hopefully will not be a repeat.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Peter Hall Hdcp 17 08/01

    Peter Hall Hdcp 17 wrote on: Jul 31, 2001

    I play this course regularly and agree with much in the previous review. However a real benefit is that the course does not seem to get packed and you can play your round at a good pace. For instance it is rare to take more than 3hrs 30 min here, but at Blue Mountain or Wexham Park waiting can add at least an hour to the round.
    Also the par 5 13th (SI 18 on the card) has been made much more difficult by the presence of a pond/ditch in front of the green.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Chris Meredith hcp 17 01/99

    Chris Meredith hcp 17 wrote on: Dec 31, 1998

    One of the first courses I ever played ten years ago. Comments passed to me at the time were This course will be good in ten years time when the trees have grown . The trees have not grown as much as my girth in the intervening years, but Birds Hills is an ideal course for any golfer who like to take the danger out of their game. The course is flat, well bunkered and frankly, not that difficult. It has several advantages for the higher handicapper in that:
    a) You can get on the course without too much trouble by phoning a week in advance.
    b) The twelfth tee has a magnificent view of all the course.
    c) A pleasant clubhouse atmosphere.
    d) A good driving range.
    e) An excellent pro shop.
    f) A chance to score well.
    g) You do not feel knackered when you come off the course.
    Now, it seems I do not rate the course as far as playing it is concerned. There are a few holes to worry about. The third hole requires a long second shot over a ditch and between trees. The eighth is a very long par five. The ninth is a long par three over water. There is no more trouble after these holes. Your back nine score should be great.
    A course I would recommend to the weekend golf fraternity who take their golf seriously, but not that seriously.