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007 Museum
   August 21st 2003  



The third and eighteenth movies in the James Bond series of feature films, Goldfinger (1964) and Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), were filmed in and around the Clubhouse and on the championship golf course, Stoke Poges.

Pierce Brosnan in Tomorrow Never Dies.
Scenes from the film were shot at the Club.

Bond (Sean Connery) defeats
Goldfinger (Gert Frobe) on the 18th.
More information about the shooting of these films at Stoke Park Club

Goldfinger, 1964

Tomorrow Never Dies, 1997



   August 21st 2003  




Stoke Park Club was proud to welcome back Bond in 1997 when scenes filmed at Stoke Park Club. The film crew and technicians converted our Ballroom into Bond's hotel room in Hamburg.

James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) learns billionaire media mogul Elliot Carver is manipulating world events via an exclusive flow of information through his satellite system reaching all corners of the planet. With a stealth battleship sinking a British naval vessel, Carver sees that the Chinese are blamed.

Crashing Carver's party in Hamburg, Bond meets "journalist" Wai Lin, later revealed as a Chinese agent.

In a brief tryst, filmed at the club, Bond renews his past relationship with Carver's wife Paris (Teri Hatcher). Carver dispatches Stamper (Gotz Otto) cancel Bond, a struggle between them was filmed in the Ballroom.

Actress Teri Hatcher posing on the South Terrace.

Pierce Brosnan as 007, James Bond

Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher) in a scene in our Ballroom


Bond in action in the Ballroom


Bond in the converted Ballroom

   August 21st 2003  



It would be only a matter of time before James Bond's creator Ian Fleming would inject his passion for golf into a 007 adventure, and in his seventh Bond novel, published in 1959, he had his hero face-off against a villain with the Midas touch.

In the novel GOLDFINGER, Bond finds himself very much in the rough when playing against Auric Goldfinger, international jeweller, gold smuggler and golf cheat.

Set at the fictional Royal St Mark's at Sandwich in Kent (although a rather transparent use of Fleming's own club, Royal St George's), 007 narrowly escapes defeat by bringing a little gamesmanship of his own into play.

Oddjob waiting outside the Clubhouse.

Oddjob helps Bond
into his car outside
the Clubhouse.
The golf match for the film version Goldfinger (1964) was shot at Stoke Park Club, and remains cinema's most famous golfing scene. Sean Connery's agent 007 is pitted against Auric Goldfinger, in the monumental form of the late Gert Frobe - complete with Plus Fours!

After catching Goldfinger cheating, Bond switches balls on his opponent during the match. Realising that Bond is attempting to interfere in his affairs, Goldfinger motions to Oddjob, his deadly Korean manservant and caddie, to sever the head of a nearby statue with his steel-rimmed bowler. Bond is suitably impressed, but wonders what the club secretary will have to say. Goldfinger explains smugly, "Oh nothing Mister Bond - I own the club!"

Tomorrow Never Dies
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