Cavendish is recognised as one of the finest golf courses in Britain offering a great golfing experience for all.

Situated in Buxton, Derbyshire, Cavendish was opened in 1925 and designed Dr Alister MacKenzie, whose list of courses includes the  iconic Augusta National, Home of the Masters. Cavendish is regarded by experts to be MacKenzie’s ‘Inspiration for Augusta’ and it’s easy to see why. With undulating fairways, sloping greens and well thought out hazards, there are many holes at Cavendish that definitely mirror  many of those found at Augusta National.

Cavendish has been voted as a Top 100 UK Golf course for the past 4 years, and was voted as a Top 100 Fun Course to play  in 2018. Cavendish is thought by many to be quite possibly the best layout in the world under 6000 yards, offering ‘sheer golfing enjoyment’.

We have many visitors to Cavendish who thoroughly enjoy our great MacKenzie Course and so we designed the ‘Cavendish MacKenzie Trail’ ; 9 MacKenzie courses within easy travel distances from Cavendish Golf Club.

The quality and reputation of the course, spectacular scenery and friendly membership are just a few of the reasons to join Cavendish Golf Club. We have regular weekly roll-ups, which ensures newcomers can turn up and get a game with other members.

Tour the Course

View our course with hole by hole flyovers, hole overviews and expert insight and tips from Eddie Birchenough. This will give you all of the information that you will need about the course before your visit.

Book in your next round at Cavendish Golf Club through our online visitor booking portal or enter one of our many Open Competitions throughout the year. We have Opens for Men, Women, Teams and Juniors.

See the latest from the blog

Men’s Axe Edge Open Results

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Men’s Seniors Open 4BBB Results

Yet again, our visitors enjoyed the course and we received…

Mixed Open 4BBB Results

Despite all of the bad weather this week, the rain did hold…
22/10/2019 Course open.