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Bondhay Golf Club

Address Bondhay Golf Club, Bondhay Lane, Whitwell Common, Worksop, S80 3EH
Telephone 01909 723608
Website www.bondhaygolfclub.com
Email enquiries@bondhaygolfclub.com
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Holes Devonshire - 18, Family - 9 (Par 3)
The 18 hole championship grade course offers a challenging but enjoyable round of golf with water hazards coming into play on 4 holes and excellent drainage.
Explore this course hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser: Championship - 9 hole
Yardage 6871 - 1118
Par 72 - 27
Visitors Visitors welcome all year round. Pre-booking essential, no dress code on the Par 3 Academy Course. It is recommended that golf attire is worn if possible.
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Societies Pre-booking essential. Societies are welcome all year round, but during the winter months between November and February tees are restricted to weekday times only. Tailored packages.
Green Fees
C-D
Par 3: A
Winter Deals and Society Packages.
Course Designer Originally designed by Donald Steel - 1990
Location Set in the heart of the Dukeries, forming part of the Chatsworth Estate.
From the A1 or M1 take the A619. Turn onto Bondhay Lane from the A619 in Whitwell Common.
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.
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Facilities
• The clubhouse bar and restaurant overlook the course offers freshly prepared meals throughout the day / Outdoor patio area.
• Function rooms / Weddings
• Golf Lessons
• Driving range (see information below)
• Fishing
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Reviews

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I like this course mainly because of the cosmetics the layout is very attractive, reminiscent of Tourist Golf Courses in the US. Fairways are competitive, Lots of Trees and bunkers, add to that thick rough and Bondhay is a bit of a test if youre not on your game. Length can also be a problem to the higher handicapper. All in all for a so called "pay and play" this is really better suited to a Club Golfer with a handicap of below 14. A very good society venue.
Greens could be better.
Off course there is little interaction with members which has it's plus points. 19th facilities are average, dress code is relaxed, changing rooms could be vastly improved.
Although I have already stated that I like the course there are many peripherals that could be improved. Book your society days and enjoy, but research where you want to eat afterward if your demands are above 2 star dining. GOLF IS VERY GOOD.
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Good
Terry Sullivan February 22, 2013

You will enjoy this course if you like chipping out sideways. The fairways are in good nick but they are too narrow to be able to find them. If you don't go in the trees the bunkers will get you. The food is passable but the service is slow.
Mark: 2
Value For Money: Poor
Mike July 3, 2012

A visitor to this course in October. Superb Day great value for money course well thought out will be going back on several occasions next year.
Rich Smith (Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours Daylight
Bays 9
Covered Yes
Heated No
Automatic Teeing No
Floodlit No
Prices Unknown






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