McMullen's brewery opens par three golf course

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'Exciting project': McMullen's Brewery has opened a new golf course at a site in Ware, Hertfordshire
'Exciting project': McMullen's Brewery has opened a new golf course at a site in Ware, Hertfordshire
Brewer and pub operator McMullen's has announced the opening of a new par three golf course in an expansion of its existing site in Ware, Hertfordshire.

Chadwell Springs, which has been operated by McMullen since 1974, has been recently upgraded to include a new golf shop, public house and improved family golf centre.

Alongside the new nine hole, par-three golf course, opening on 13 August, the site boasts a 20-bay driving range, pitch and putt and foot golf facilities, as well as pub and restaurant the Kings Mead – which was rebuilt in 2017.

McMullen’s joint managing director Haydon Mizon commented: “This has been an exciting project for us as not only does it provide those living in and around Hertford and Ware with a great pub, offering a great dining experience, but also a full family entertainment facility for golfers of all abilities.

“McMullen’s next new-build pub will be in Biggleswade with a provisional opening date of December. Having just redeveloped our high-street bar, The Practitioner, in Hertford, we continue to look for new venues, build plots and small to medium-sized pub groups within the south-east.”

Founded in 1827, brewer and pub operator McMullen operates around 130 pubs across London and surrounding counties.

The operator became the first in the UK​ to name a pub after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child, Prince Louis, in May 2018.

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