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Dukes Meadows Golf – The Home of Golf In London

If you’ve ever been to Dukes Meadows Golf in London, I’m sure you would agree that it is a hidden gem that lays on the outskirts of Central London which offers golf lessons seven days a week.

Tucked away behind tall trees next to Chiswick Bridge, Dukes Meadows Golf is an outstanding facility for golfers of all levels, with it’s 50 bay floodlit driving range, 9 hole par 3 executive golf course and modern bar with restaurant.

When you turn up at Dukes Meadows, you will have no problem parking as the car park boasts over 200 parking spaces for it’s customers and staff and also has a resident car wash facility in place.

Another fantastic feature is the fully stocked professional golf shop which has all of the latest equipment for you to browse and even try if you are looking to purchase a new set of clubs for the season ahead. You will also receive professional advice from the fully trained staff behind the counter.

If you are new to golf and don’t have your own golf clubs yet, you can hire clubs from the shop and use them on our driving range. The cost to hire a club is £2 and it’s £5.50 for a bucket of balls.

If you’ve been inspired by watching the Masters on TV recently then we have golf lessons available throughout the week from 8am til 10pm, but to avoid disappointment these should be booked in advance as it’s coming in to our busy season now and especially busy at weekends.

If you need any information on the golf lessons we provide please feel to send me an email and I will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.



Golf Lessons Are A Great Present

A golf lesson can be a great gift to give someone as a birthday present, Christmas present, Mothers Day/Fathers Day present or just a gift for someone who you want to say thanks to.

Golf is a game that many people watch and enjoy on television but many do not end up trying it out for themselves because they don’t think they will fit into the golf surroundings. 

People seem to perceive golf as a snobby and expensive sport, which  years ago you could argue that it was but this isn’t the case any more, golf is a game for everyone to enjoy.

I teach golf to people from all walks of life, and all get a great sense of enjoyment out of learning something new and meeting new people in the process which inevitably leads to long lasting friendships and great camaraderie.

I was sitting down with a group of people that I teach the other night, we had a lawyer, builder, IT consultant, business owner, author, plumber and someone who was unemployed,  all sitting around after a game around the par 3 course. We may not all have a lot in common, but we certainly had one thing in common…….and that is golf.

So if you’ve been thinking about getting a present for someone or you just want to start a up a new hobby or even just meet some new people for a drink ,then contact me here and I can give you all the information that you need.



Why Not Try Golf, Tennis Or Skiing In West London At The Weekend

Well the sun is shining at last and the golf course and golf driving range at Dukes Meadows in Chiswick  has been booming with customers over the weekend which is great to see after a tough winter.

People have been coming down to use our great facilities that we have here in West London, the bar and cafe which serves food and drink throughout the day has seen its best weekend of the year so far. The patio area overlooking the first tee and picturesque lake has been well used with people catching some well earned sun whilst sipping on their cappuccino’s and enjoying lunch with their friends and family.

The outlook at Dukes Meadows really is a treat for people who have had a tough week at work and just want to relax and enjoy themselves, even for the non-golfer as we have plenty of other things to offer.

Whilst your partner might be golf mad, you might not be, so why not have a game of tennis, use our gym or even have a go on our indoor ski slopes….. yes I said indoor ski slopes! You can even take a walk along the river if you have a dog  and see where the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race finishes. Yes we have it all here.

If you happen to come down on Sunday morning for a golf lesson or 9 holes around our executive 9 hole par 3 course and then fancy a Sunday roast, there are several pubs to visit in the area of Chiswick, Mortlake and Barnes who serve up great pub grub as well as a traditional Sunday roast.

If you would like any further information on Golf Lessons , the Golf Course or even things to do in the area then please don’t hesitate to contact me here.

Also check out my other website ‘Golf Lessons London‘ where you can also book golf lessons with me.

Hope to hear from you soon.