Rye Hill Golf Club
Banbury, Oxfordshire 0X15 4RU
Tel : +44 (0)1295 721818 Fax : +44 (0)1295 720089

Rye Hill Golf Club is situated in spectacular north Oxfordshire countryside on the edge of the Cotswolds, west of Banbury. The magnificent clubhouse built in natural Hornton stone offers members and visitors first rate changing facilities, golf shop, bar with lounge and dining areas. The Ryehill Suite is a superbly appointed function room catering for up to 200 and is available for private functions, weddings and conferences. Societies are always welcome and the club is especially suited for corporate or company days.

6 miles from M40 J 11 at Banbury. 7 miles from Chipping Norton. Turn off the A361 and follow signs through the village of Milcombe.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club - July'98

Course Details

Course Name: Rye Hill Holes: 18 Yardage: 6569 SSS: 71
Rye Hill golf course is a superb test of golf for players of all abilities. It has tremendous views of the surrounding areas from all corners of the course. The course has not only the features of a traditional parkland but also, a number of holes have the feeling of a heathland course. The undulating greens will be sure to test the nerve of all golfers. The landscaping of the course certainly makes shot making essential especially with the careful positioning of the bunkers which will grab any wayward struck shot. The course is one that all golfers will enjoy, but beware!
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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Dr Geoff Hawkes, Hdcp 20 11/00

    Dr Geoff Hawkes, Hdcp 20 wrote on: Oct 31, 2000

    I have visited and played this course on six occasions over three years and each time have been made to feel welcome both on the course and in the clubhouse by the members. As an intermediate player (handicap 20) I find it enjoyable and challenging, particularly the undulating greens. It is one of the few courses which despite the heavy rain this autumn have not moved to winter greens ( let alone have closed their course ) and also can allow trolleys thus enabling many who cannot 'carry' to continue to enjoy their golf throughout the year. I have always preffered to play diferent courses every week rather than be tied to one but if I lived local to Rye Hill I would definitely apply for membership there;but as I don't I shall continue to visit despite the mileage ,and appreciate the golf course, the congenial attitude (and the very reasonable green fees).