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Nast Hyde Golf Club. Hatfield, Herts.

It was reported in February 1910 of the opening of a new railway station at Great Nast Hyde, about a mile from Hatfield, on the 1 February. The new station had been built to serve a fine new residential site, and, among other features will be an eighteen-hole golf course.

In 1914 the secretary was Colonel Schreiber and the professional  E Gow. An 18-hole undulating course on good turf, well drained on gravel soil. There was no entry fee. Subs for gents were £3/3/0 and ladies £1/1/0. Visitors’ fees were 1/- a round at anytime. Sunday play with caddies was allowed. There were stations at Hatfield 1 ½ miles and Nast Hyde ¾ mile away.


Nast Hyde Golf Club, Hatfield, Herts. Location of the former golf course.

Course location, Nast Hyde Golf Club disappeared after WW1.

Grid reference TL20560,08400, co-ordinates 520560,208400.