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Schools & Universities

  • Are you making the most of your facilities all year round?
  • Is your students' progress hindered in the winter due to poor playing surfaces?
  • Are your outdoor spaces difficult, time consuming and costly to maintain?

Huxley Golf works with schools and universities who wish to provide golf facilities across the UK and abroad, to open up the game of golf to younger people, providing a unique, competitive advantage that will attract new students. Our range of artificial lawns and pathways will keep your grounds looking first class rain or shine, whilst Huxley all-weather golf surfaces will ensure superb playing and practice facilities with minimum maintenance.

We offer extremely realistic, high quality, durable and low maintenance putting greens, practice nets, golf mats, golf tees, practice tees and artificial turf pathways as well as modular and portable indoor putting greens that will keep your staff content and your students getting results whatever the weather.

We are PGA, SGU, EGU and GUW accredited with decades of experience, and are regular and trusted suppliers to some of the world's most famous golf courses. Find out what they say about Huxley Golf and see some case studies of our installations.

Let us inspire you with our range of solutions, then please get in touch so that we can advise you further.

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We chose Huxley Golf because they were the only brand I was confident of getting the quality of product from. We had a relatively tight budget but were keen not to spend less money on something that was not suitable or inferior. I knew of Huxley Golf through PGA training and contacts. Their endorsements from tour pros and the work the company has done with other academic institutions gave non-golf staff the confidence to make the investment, on which I’m confident we will see a big return.
Alan Fleming, PGA Professional and Golf Management Lecturer at North Highland College
This exciting new facility has many benefits for our University. It is, of course, an advantage for our academic students in terms of developing performance, but it is also hugely beneficial for the University Golf Team who will now be able to increase their competitiveness during the university golf season. Furthermore, it is important in terms of attracting new students and promoting our commitment to the game of golf. We have enviable links to some of the world’s most incredible golf clubs such as Royal Dornoch, and this new facility will enhance these relationships by providing their Pros access to a winter facility if required.
Alan Fleming, PGA Professional and Golf Management Lecturer at North Highland College