In 1962 The Club purchased land north of the River Kym, and four years later an additional nine holes were created. The full 18 holes were brought into use in 1966, making this course a modern but mature 18-hole parkland course. It is situated at the junction of the Rivers Kym and Great Ouse combining both water and charming tree lined features in a harmonious and natural way.
The current clubhouse was constructed in stages between 1982 and 1987.
For further information on the club please refer to the book written by G A Walker (former club Secretary) titled “St Neots Golf Club The First 100 Years”.
It has been dated to the late 9th century, in the reign of Alfred the Great and is inscribed "aelfred mec heht gewyrcan", meaning 'Alfred ordered me made'.
The jewel was once attached to a rod, probably of wood, at its base.
After decades of scholarly discussion, it's now "generally accepted" the jewel's function was to be the handle for a pointer stick for following words when reading a book.