North Middlesex Golf Club
The Manor House, Friern Barnet Lane, Whetstone,
London, Middlesex N20 0NL
Tel : +44 (0)20 8445 1732

7 km south of M25 Junction 23, between Barnet and Finchley

Course Details

Course Name: North Middlesex Holes: 18 Yardage: 5625 SSS: 67

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  • NMGC Review

    Lee Neal wrote on: Jul 23, 2009

    It was last week when i stood on the tee at north middlesex and the first hole was very inviting with a wide fairway in decent condition. as i progressed my round i found the holes became more chalenging as the fairways decreased in size and more bunkers appeared ready and waiting to swallow your ball. the course plays fairly long and there are some really nice holes espeacilly on the back 9. there was only one bad point really and that was we waited quite a while for the club pro to appear to sign us in. but overall it's a lovely course that i will play again and again that i would recommend to anyone that enjoys the beatiful game of golf.
    overall Rating
    Staff: 4/10
    Greens: 8/10
    Fairways: 6/10
    Difficulty: 7/10
    Condition: 8/10
    Overall: 7/10


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Chris Darley (

    Chris Darley wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    As you drive through congested Finchley and North London, you wonder where there could possibly be space amongst the houses and estates for a golf course...and yet, miraculously. There is. North Middlesex is very enjoyable and well maintained golf course that presents different challenges every time it is played, but doesn't get you down if you didn't bring your game with you. The greens are positively week they seem tame and friendly, sending the ball where you'd expect, but the next week they're just about impossible, your ball finding lines you wouldn't see given as much time as you wanted. Its not a long course, and some greens and fairways are used (unintentionally) by golfers of several holes at the same time, making golfing insurance and a hard hat quite important additions to keep in your bag. But it's a pretty course, with most everything a golf course should have, and it'll keep you coming back. The members are a fine and friendly bunch, and they genuinely seem to enjoy visitors playing their course.
    Finally, for the urban course it is, there is a surprising amount of wildlife. Moorhens, Canada geese and ducks which have more faith in your ability to get over the water than you do, and woodpeckers, crows, chaffinches and thousands of squirrels abound. Last time we played a crow moved my partner's ball 3 feet away from its landing spot. Wonder what the rules were on that?


  • Europe Golf courses reviews M Ben 8/00

    M Ben wrote on: Jul 31, 2000

    A picturesque course set in suburbia but a true test of your ability with the finesse of golf. Each hole requires you to place your drive in the right position to approach the green where green side bunkers await the wayward shot. This is a course for the golfer who likes a challenge to his putting ability where every green has undulations that would make it difficult even for Tiger u know who!!
    I always enjoy playing the course as a visitor and a drink at the 19th with a very friendly group of members


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Susan Rogers 01/99

    Susan Rogers wrote on: Dec 31, 1998

    The course was a great test of golf, it was short but you had to keep the ball arrow straight.Tthe greens were top quality, 8/10, drinks were cheap too. There was this member called Jim who I saw smack a drive onto the 320 yd 15th and Rakesh who holed out from 200 yds so exciting golf goes on there.