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Abbey Hill Golf Centre
Address Abbey Hill Golf Centre, Monks Way, Two Mile Ash, Milton Keynes, MK8 8AA
Telephone 01908 562566
Golf Bookings 01908 563845
Website www.abbeyhillgc.co.uk
Email events@abbeyhillgc.co.uk
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Holes • 18-hole very pleasant undulating parkland course with some spectacular backdrops
• Academy Par 3 course with 9 holes ranging from 92 to 145 yards and challenging for both beginners and advanced players
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Yardage • 6023
• 1027
Par 71-27
Visitors Abbey Hill Golf Centre welcomes golfers of all ages and abilities 7 days a week. Pay and Play.
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Green Fees
Main course Weekdays D / Weekends D
Twilight Golf available
Par 3 Course: A
Originally constructed in 1970, enhanced by by Howard Swan in 1996.
The GolfMark Award This club holds the GolfMark Award, meaning that it is a safe and fun environment for junior golfers to discover, learn and play golf.
Location Situated just off the A5 on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, 2 miles S of Stony Stratford.
From the M1 - Take junction 14 signposted for Milton Keynes
From the M40 - Exit motorway at junction 9, taking the A421 towards Buckingham  
Facilities lunchdinnerClub BarTea & CoffeeBar SnacksCart hire
trolley hiredriving range
• Society Golf Days
• Golf Tuition for all levels / Custom fitting
• Function room with private balcony and views over the course / Weddings / Parties / Meetings and Seminars
• Driving Range (see information below), putting green (next to the clubhouse)
• Hotel looking over the 11th fairway and only a five minute walk from the clubhouse
• Pirate Island Adventure Golf - Tel 01908 562566
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About the
• Abbey Hill is laid out in loops of eight and ten holes. Howard Swann significantly improved the course by providing eleven new tees, six new greens and brought into play a number of water hazards. A particular feature is the Par 3 17th, which requires a carry over water.
• The Academy Par 3 Course was built and designed by Howard Swann in 1996. The course was built to full USGA specification and benefits from full irrigation.

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A very pleasant welcome in the pro shop and club house set our visit off to a good start.it was a saturday and the course was full and slow moving but the condition and playability made for an enjoyable game.
we stayed at the hotel as part of a one night and two rounds package once again the staff were very pleasant and helpful,we were very satisfied with the room and had a very restful night and rose to a good breakfast and our second round.once again the course was very full and slow i think if you are an impatient golfer take weekday or later tee times at the weekend.we would definetely stay and play again. on this well layed out and neatly kept course,mid to high handicapers should achieve reasonable scores.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 8/10
Dave Segelov September 12, 2010

For a municipal pay-and-play course, you won't get much better than Abbey Hill. Recently wrestled from council control by a private company that appears to be investing a few quid in improvements, Abbey has come on leaps and bounds.
The clubhouse and pro shop have just been refurbished, the changing rooms are basic but clean, tidy and do the job and there is a good practice putting green, separate chipping area and a floodlit driving range.
But the course is what it's really all about, and this lengthy (for a pay-and-play) 18-holes offers interesting golf. It is split into an opening 10 and closing 8 by one of Milton Keynes' many straight grid-roads, but you would never really know it from the course. The par 3s, while not particularly long (two of about 160/170yds and two of about 120) are picturesque. The par 5s are challenging, particularly the 3rd, which is a monster uphill drag from the medals with trouble all the way on the left and out of bounds all the way on the right.
And the par fours are all different, with some neat dog-legs, interesting levels and thought-provoking distances (be ready to think about an iron for position off the tee).
Money has been spent on improving the bunkers, although there is still not enough sand in them, and the greens are in excellent condition, particularly when you consider how much traffic they get; the greenkeeping staff have not been afraid to keep play on the winter greens to protect the main ones.
Book in advance and you'll get a decent tee-time to enjoy a course that could easily be private.
Lee Bearton
Driving Range
Hours Open 7 days a week until 10pm (last balls issued 9.30pm). Open every day at 7.30am except Wednesday.
Bays 21 - With targets for short & long game
Covered Yes
Heated 3
Floodlit Yes
Prices 20 Balls £1.80
50 Balls £3.95
90 Balls £5.25
Note that these prices may have changed since date of publication

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