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Chevin Golf Club

Address Chevin Golf Club, Golf Lane, Duffield, Belper, DE56 4EE
Telephone Manager/Secretary: 01332 841864
Club Shop: 01332 841112
Website www.chevingolf.co.uk
Email secretary@chevingolf.co.uk
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Holes 18 - Part parkland and moorland with magnificent countryside views, a good test of golf. The course was formally opened on October 13th 1894 by professionals James Braid and Tom Williamson.
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Yardage 6083- 5855- 5315
Par/SSS Men 69 Men - Ladies 72
Visitors Welcome throughout the week and at week-ends.
Visitors must produce a current Handicap Certificate, unless playing with a Chevin member, or as part of a Society.
Societies Societies of all sizes are very welcome at Chevin, the Club can offer packages from Early Birds through to Twilights, breakfast through to dinner.
Green Fees
Summer: E
Winter (Depending on temporary greens being in use): D
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 Located at the foot of the Derbyshire Hills, just off the A6 on the outskirts of Duffield about 6 miles from the centre of Derby at Duffield on the start of the Chevin Hills.
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Facilities Functions
Golf lessons available from P.G.A Qualified Professionals/ Repair centre with quick turn around for any repair / Indoor teaching facility
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Lovely course, best we've seen in the area perfect greens and interesting holes but impossible to join.
Letters, application forms, followup telephone calls are all repeatedly ignored.
real shame.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 1
Bill and friends May 8, 2011

Tackling the Chevin is exposing both in a climatic and
sporting sense as the course will test your skills and the environment yourwet weather gear and lung capacity. The aptly named "tribulation" with a vicious left to right bias is an almost unplayable drive but this course on the Derbyshire hills offers challenge aplenty, as does the slightly reactionary clubhouse environment with its blend of the old order and the new.
Ian Buckingham (Pre 2010)

As a member it is a very exciting course which doesn't have any downsides. The 18th is a fantastic finishing par 5 that may end your day with a good finish.
Sam Glossop (Pre 2010)






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