Cambridge Meridian Golf Club
Cambridge Meridian Golf Club straddles the Meridian Line – just one of ten courses worldwide to do so. Hence the name! Golfers cross the Meridian Line seven times during the round.
The course sits majestically in a 210 acre site between the villages of Comberton and Toft, just 5 miles west of Cambridge, East Anglia. It was designed by Ryder Cup players Peter Alliss and Clive Clark and is generally acclaimed as their top UK course design.
We are a popular venue for golf society days (including charity golf days); if you would like to hold your event at Cambridge Meridian Golf Club, call or email to enquire about our availability and the packages that we offer.
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Join the club with Points 2 Play
Now the home of Points 2 Play – the flexible way to be a full member of Cambridge Meridian for as little as £125. Enjoy your golf paying green fees? Enjoy it more as a member!
Giving you the benefits of full annual membership, including reserved starting times, online tee booking, club competitions, social events and bar discounts and an official handicap.
The only club in Cambridgeshire licensed to operate this modern approach to golf membership.
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Saturday 11th June from 3pm
FREE Family Golf Competition
Fun and games for all
Hold your wedding at Cambridge Meridian Golf Club
We know that your wedding day is one of the most important in your life. It is probably your first time making these plans; let our team use their experience to guide you to a memorable reception. Let us make it a perfect day. We can talk you through everything from balloons to cake knives, flowers to chair covers, photographers, and of course, the menu. Find out more
Ryder Cup Player and famous Golf Commentator Peter Alliss, the course designer, when asked about his work at Cambridge Meridian, said:
The result is a club which offers local golfers of all standards and walks of life, a level of playing and social facilities which most can only dream of enjoying at such a realistic price.