The history of Stoke Park stems back some 900 years, with James Wyatt, architect to George III designing the mansion.
Famous amateur golfer and course architect Harry Colt was commissioned to design the course after the estate was purchased in 1908.
The course has been the inspiration for many of the world’s most famous holes, including the 16th at Augusta.
Stoke Park boasts a 27 hole Championship golf course, set in 300 acres of land just north of Slough town centre.
Golfers also have access to the putting green, driving range, short game area and a state-of-the-art swing studio, which offers teaching and boasts club-fitting technology.