Hyde Park Putting & Bowls


Why not try something a little different? Our Hyde Park Lawn Bowls and Putting facilities are open for the summer months (more info below) and are perfect way to bring the family, a group of friends or even colleagues toegther

These are public facilities; everyone is welcome to play and we are able to provide all the equipment you need


Our putting course is made up of 9 holes marked by numbered poles. It is available during centre opening hours and it is open to the public. Putting is drop-in only, except when included in an event booking. Balls and clubs are provided at reception.

2 adults + 2 juniors
9 holes
May - September
All equipment provided


Bowls is played on a square of closely cut grass called ‘the green’, which is divided into playing areas called rinks. The green is surrounded by a small ditch to catch bowls which leave the green, and a bank upon which markers indicate the corners and centrelines of each rink.

Players take turns to deliver their bowls from a mat at one end of the rink towards a small white ball, often referred to as ‘the jack’ at the other end. Bowls are shaped so that they take a curved path towards the jack. To be successful the bowl must be delivered with the correct weight, along the correct line.

The object is to get one or more of your bowls closer to the jack than those of your opponents on each end – one point is scored for each counting bowl.

There are many different formats to the game, but the most common in England are singles or in teams of pairs, triples or fours. In singles, the winner is the first to score 21 points. In the other three formats, the winner is the team that scores the most points over a set number of ends.

LAWN BOWLSMay - September
All Equipment Provided
Per person, per hour
Off Peak: £7
Peak: £9