Users Comments (1)

I played a 3-ball on a very hot sticky day in June. It was the club championship on the same day so the course was in great condition. The greens are lightening quick, and so its imperative that you get to grips with them quickly otherwise your can find yourself 3 putting frequently. The first three holes break you in gently with two short par 4‚s and a slightly trickier par 3. If your playing straight then you can get round the course without too much difficulty but if your having a bad day you can really be punished.

The course has a good mixture of par 3,4 and 5‚s. The main problem I found was the positioning of the bunkers. The bunkers are all placed in difficult positions thus making your shot into the green really important.

Altogether, the club as a whole is well kept offering a really challenging day‚s golf. I give it 8/10
July 29th 2003
NAME: Mark
HOME CLUB: Hampton Court Palace
HANDICAP: 18
RELATIONSHIP: visitor

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