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Woodbury Park Hotel, Golf and Country Club

 Woodbury Park Hotel, Golf and Country Club,Exeter,Devon,England
Address Woodbury Park Hotel, Golf and Country Club, Woodbury Castle, Woodbury, EX5 1JJ
Telephone +44 (0)1395 233382
Golf & Proshop: 01395 233500
Holes Oaks Course: 18
Acorns Course: 9
Explore this course hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser: Acorns - Oaks
Yardage 7314 - 6578 - 6283 - 5676
Acorns: 2297
Par 73 - 72 - 73
Visitors Welcome handicap certificate required, please reserve tee times in advance.
Golf breaks at Woodbury Park
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Members must contact course and state they are an OF member before booking a tee time. Week day play after 12pm only, all tee times are subject to availability. Member & guests must have a handicap when playing The Oaks course.
Societies Corporate golf days and societies are always welcome. Tailor made packages are available. Contact in advance.
Green Fees
Contact Club for latest fees
Course Designer J Hamilton-Stutt - 1992
Location Situated in 500 acres of Devon's most idyllic countryside, 10 miles E of Exeter on A3052. M5 J30, 6 miles.
• PGA trained professionals / Coaching incl. swing analysis in swing studio with the latest technology, golf clinics
• Driving range (see information below), 3 Putting Greens, Chipping Area
• Leisure, banqueting and conference facilities, weddings, health and beauty
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About the Courses • The Oaks is set in stunning parkland with rolling fairways, European standard greens, lakes and mature trees. It offers a wonderful challenge to those with a handicap, particularly the 18th which offers a spectacular finish over the lake in full view of the clubhouse!
The course was selected to host its first PGA seniors tour in 2003.
• The Acorns is a beautifully contoured 9 hole course for those looking for a less demanding but no less interesting challenge than the Oaks. With its tricky green side bunkers, big rolling greens and testing second hole, it offers any golfer a great round while taking in the breathtaking views of the Exe valley.

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This is a great golf course. There is a choice of the 9 hole Acorns course which is perfect for beginners. The holes are well layed out. In the summer the green and fairways are perfect.
However if you want the 18 hole championship Oaks course it will cost more however it is a lot better than the acorns. being a member there i play on it in all weather but i would advise to go in the summer as the course can get very soggy after heavy rain. Also the seniors tour visits the Oaks for the Nigel Mansal Classic so ring in advance not to be disappointed!!
Mark Sterling
Driving Range
Hours N/A
Bays 18
Covered 18
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit Yes
Prices £3 for 50 balls
Golf clubs may be hired from the Pro shop.
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication

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