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The Oaks at Mollington

Ex Mollinton Grange Golf Club
Mollington Grange Golf Club, Chester, Cheshire, England
Address The Oaks at Mollington, Townfield Lane, Mollington, Chester, CH1 6NJ
Telephone 01244 852805
Holes Testing 18-hole course in a truly spectacular location with " some of the finest fairways and greens in the Chester area".
Est. 1999/2000.
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Yardage 6529/6419 - 5097/4987
SSS 73/72 - 72
Visitors Warm welcome. All tee times must be pre-booked.
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Golf society and group bookings. Packages available.
Green Fees
C per round Monday - Thursday / D Friday - Sunday
Location 2 miles N of Chester on A540. End of M56, 2 miles
Facilities • Elegant club house facilities available for weddings, corporate events and private occasions. (Main lounge and restaurant can cater for 180-200 guests with an adjoining terrace area.)
• Buggies - must be pre booked
• Practice ground, short game area and putting greens
• Golf Academy
• Driving rangeHost to the PGA EuroPro Tour 2005 & 2006
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I played the course about a week ago and for a course so young it was playing so well. It was in first class condition with a great layout and five of six outstanding holes and if i lived closer to the club i would bit their hands off for a membership that are only £550!!!(Give the course 5 more years it wiil be one of the leading courses in the north).
Tim Picken (Pre 2010)

I'm afraid I disagree with Ian's comments. Firstly, it's not an easy course. There are numerous water hazards as well as other obstacles designed to spoil your scorecard. Secondly, I played on this course just the other day and I think the greens are absolutely immaculate and was extremely impressed by them. Thirdly, the course it quite picturesque in places but the massive electricity pylons dotted throughout the course spoil the overall feel for me. Finally, the course IS a Championship course and will be hosting a PGA EuroPro Tour Event between 30/08/05 and 02/09/05.
One point I must absolutely agree with Ian on is that the 17th hole, the island one, is an absolute delight to play.
Darren (Pre 2010)

I had the pleasure of playing this course last september one of the more scenic courses you will play, great lakes,canals,swans,ducks,and all this on an old landfill site.
the course itself is not particularly difficult but it does have a tremendous island hole on the 17th its completely surrounded by water(par 3)just needs a couple more years to bed in as its still a new course and a little more care on the greens will make this a championship course in about 5 or 10 years.
friendly bar staff and excellent meals at a reasonable price too.
Ian Silcock (Pre 2010)

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