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Queens Park Golf Club

Address Queens Park Golf Club, Queens Park Drive, Crewe, SW2 7SN
Telephone 01270 662378
Shop 01270 666724 (American Golf)
Website www.qpgc.net
Email queensparkcrewe@gmail.com
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Holes 9 hole Parkland course, a challenge to all handicaps if played as 18 holes.
Est. 1985.
Explore this course hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser
Yardage 4925
SSS 64
Visitors Weekdays unrestricted, weekends -Unrestricted after 12 noon
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary
Green Fees
A
Location 2 miles from Crewe, off Victoria Avenue and next to the Queens Park
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Facilities
The 19th hole is run by the members, both members & non members are welcome for refreshment after a round of golf.
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American Golf Store
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