The Suffolk Golf Club
Fornham All Saints,
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP28 6JQ
Tel : +44 (0)1284 706777 Fax : +44 (0)1284 706721

The Suffolk Golf & Country Club offers a bar, restaurant and function rooms with stunning views and various other leisure facilities.

Take B1106 off the A14 (signed Brandon) Club situated on RHS in Fornham St Genevieve

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 30 July 1998

Course Details

Course Name: The Genevieve Holes: 18 Yardage: 6321 SSS: 72
The course has been re-designed in order to lengthen it and bring into play more of its many natural features. Standing on the elevated first tee gives a panoramic view of this classic parkland course with the river lark running through it , and the challenge to come. With the river, many ditches and lakes accuracy is the key word when playing the Genevieve.
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  • Golf Course Review

    gary bunton wrote on: Apr 25, 2004

    The Genevieve Course at the Suffolk G+CC is a strange hibrid of the sublime and spectacular front 9, including possibly the best 1st tee in the county, via the challenging 4th hole (shall i go over the huge weeping willow or round it?) to the deceivingly difficult short 9th, and the ridiculous back 9. Which in contrast is unimaginative and badly maintained. Witness the 15th fairway which it must be said is an embarrassment the whole year round. The 18th just about redeems the return home with its run up to the club house overlooked by the balcony at the 19th.
    If only they could sort out that back 9 and maybe employ a decent groundsman, this course could defend its $40 green fees. Not as good as it likes to think unfortunately, but still worth a visit.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Williams 10/01

    David Williams wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    The changes being made are sure to make this venue one of the best in East Anglia. The hotel is now operational and a lot of work is planned to solve the problem of saturated fairways. Having just played a Society Day and won 'Nearest the Pin' on the short 7th, my opinion is naturally upbeat. Water hazards - ditches, the river, and ponds - are the main threat to a good score especially for those who rely on distance from the tee. On some holes - notably the 1st, 10th, 11th and 18th - a well-positioned tee shot is essential. If you feel threatened by some much water on a course then the Suffolk may not be suitable for you. Socially you won't be disappointed because the staff is courteous and helpful.