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Came Down Golf Club

Came Down Golf Club, Dorchester, Dorset
Address Came Down Golf Club, Came Down, Dorchester, DT2 8NR
Telephone Teetimes: 01305 813494
Pro: 01305 812670
Website www.camedowngolfclub.co.uk
Email manager@camedowngolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 18
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Yardage 6255 5903 5563 5245
Par 70/69/72/72
Visitors Welcome throughout the week. Ckeck availability.
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Societies Welcome by previous arrangement. Society Packages available.
Green Fees
E per round / F per day
Course Designer Came Down GC was founded in 1896 under the name of Dorchester Golf Club. The current layout designed by Harry Colt.
Location Located on the World Heritage - Jurrasic Coast, in the heart of Thomas Hardy's Wessex, to the east of the main road, the A354, linking Weymouth and Dorchester.
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 Golf Lessons / Fully stocked Pro Shop / Club repair
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About Came Down "Came Down Golf Club offers stunning 360 degree views to locations such as Weymouth, Portland, Dorchester, Isle of Wight, Maiden Castle and more.
Came Down Golf Club played an important part in the founding of the Ryder Cup. For his holidays Samuel Ryder liked to go to the seaside resort of Weymouth on Dorset's coast (a few miles from Came Down GC). Whilst on holiday he played his golf at Came Down and on discovering its talented professional, Ernest Whitcombe, could ill afford to attend important tournaments decided to do something to help."
Exc. from the Club's own website
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The 5th of 6 courses we played on our visit to England.
Nicely situated course on top of lovely rolling Dorset downs with great views all round.
We had a very friendly reception in the pro-shop and in the small but pleasant clubhouse.
Although not the longest of courses it's a decent test for all level players with some nice holes; some par 4's providing Eagle chances to an average long-hitter. Some nice wide fairways allowing you to get into the ball with relative impunity. It was just a shame that the greens had just had a major maintenance, so we couldn't see them at their best.
A course that we will definitely return to on our next visit to England.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 7/10
David Holdaway (Pre 2010)






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