Oxfordshire Golf Clubs number 27 in the County. The county is geographically centrally located within easy access from London and Birmingham. The Wychwood Oxfordshire Golf Club is situated in the heart of The Cotswold countryside nestling on the site of the ancient Wychwood forest which is documented in the Doomsday book. Oxfordshire Golf Clubs are part of the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Union of golf clubs which is the body regulating the sport of golf in the area. The Wychwood Club plays an active competitive role within the Oxfordshire Golf, fielding teams from each independent section of the club. The Junior Team at The Wychwood have been extremely successful in Oxfordshire Golf Club Competitions in recent years winning The Smedley Shield in 1996, 2003 and 2005. The Juniors' have also excelled in the Junior Foursomes Competition and The Daily Telegraph Final, which took place at Sea Island, Georgia, USA.
It is hoped that an Oxfordshire Golf Club will be successful in their bid to host the Ladies Solheim Cup in 2012 following on the success of The Benson and Hedges which was hosted at an Oxfordshire Golf Club for 3 years. The County's central location makes it the perfect choice for a golf day, to include either the smaller group or Corporate gathering, The Wychwood Golf Club have an assortment of golf day packages to suit all sizes of group. The Wychwood Golf Club is situated 18 miles north of the city of Oxford and enjoys easy access to the main motorway network. Nestling between the picturesque towns of Burford and Chipping Norton and Stow-on-the-Wold, the golf club provides another reason to visit the area, which is some of the most stunning in Oxfordshire. Visiting golfers to Oxfordshire Golf Clubs may consider inviting non-golfing partners and friends along.