The golf course began in 1902 when Mr H.W. Thomson, who had purchased the estate some years earlier, created a private 9 hole course for his and his guests enjoyment. As a Scot and keen golfer, Mr Thomson planted a number of Scots pines to compliment the heather that was predominant on the estate at this time. These trees are now a notable feature of several holes on the course today. In 1934 the course was enlarged, the farm buildings were converted into a clubhouse and a formal membership was started.
The next chapter in the history of The Warren Golf and Country Club started on the 1st June 2012 when the 325 acre estate was purchased by a group of local investors. They are dedicated to establishing The Warren as a top golf and event venue. The idyllic setting is complemented by the one kilometre tree lined drive and beautiful 18th century baronial barn. Located less than 30 minutes from London, The Warren Estate is the ideal setting for this unique event.
The Warren Estate, located in the picturesque village of Woodham Walter, has a history that can be traced back to the Roman occupation. In the Middle Ages the land was incorporated into a large Red Deer park with associated carp ponds and rabbit warrens. These features are still evident today and are the origin of the name ‘The Warren’.