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Queen's Park Golf Club

Address Queen's Park Golf Club, Queens Park West Drive, Queens Park, Bournemouth, BH8 9BY
Telephone Golf Shop 01202 451675 
Bar Restaurant 01202 451670 
Holes 18
Yardage 6165
Par 71
Visitors Pay & Play or Season Ticket, with no handicap certificate required. Advance booking available.
Golf breaks at Queen's Park
SOCIETY PACKAGES from £20pp, including coffee, breakfast and 18 holes. For bookings, please enquire here.
Societies Lots of society options available, contact for details
Green Fees
From B
Location Situated just off the A338 on the main Ringwood to Bournemouth road.
Facilities • Two meeting rooms for business and private hire.
• Full catering facilities are available for groups of 10 and 20 people.
• No Pro Shop. However Tees, Balls etc are available.
Free car parking
• Putting Green, Practice & Chipping area
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I am an ex-season ticket holder here and have recently started to enjoy my golf again. I decided to turn up for a round at queens at about 5 o clock but there was nobody at the shop. Just a sign saying "back shortly" so I played on the putting green for 10 minutes and waited for a further 10 minutes. People could see me from the terrace of the clubhouse! So as no one was waiting to tee off I pulled my trolley towards the first tee and waited there! All of the sudden the guy from the shop came running up to me and shouted no pay no play. I explained I had been waiting 20 minutes for him and was merely just waiting doing practice strokes. He then went on to say I could get charged 75 pounds for playing without paying and there is a regular patrol that goes round. I said again I always pay to play and was waiting 20 minutes which by now means I probably could not finish my round of golf before dusk! He said to me he was at the bar all that time and I should have come up there.
I cannot believe he thinks it is ok to talk to customers like this especially me who has pumped money into this golf club for years and years. I was frustrated and played an angry game of golf after paying the ten pounds that I was obviously going to pay anyway. He ended up accusing me of lying when I was actually expecting an apology. Disgusting service. Never coming to this club again after all these years. Do not go here!!!!
Mark: 0
Value For Money: Poor
Tariq April 16, 2014

Played this course on a Saturday afternoon as part of a golf package holiday.
The actual course layout is very good with some interesting holes. However, the greens were in poor condition though to be fair this may have been the time of year.
The biggest problem was that it took us over 4 hours to play 14 holes due to slow play ahead. At this point we left the course.
Another problem we found was that because it's a public park there are a lot of dog walkers and in particular young boys on bikes that we saw picking balls up from fairways. This happened to us twice.
To summarise its probably worth the money played on a weekday when less people around, but we won't be back!
Andy Russel (Pre 2010)

"Queen's Park Golf Course is in superb condition, the best it's been for years.The fairways meander freely through many acres of lovely heathers, colourful gorse and all in a wonderful pine woodland setting. The greens are fast and true, providing a challenge to even the best golfers. Come along and play this fantastic course which celebrated its Centenary last year."
Club's comment (Pre 2010)

An extremely challenging course which has so so much
potential. it's crying out to be invested in and if done so will once again be one of the leading courses in Dorset.
The course is set out in a beautiful setting and is an extremely
challenging, slopely course which in the past year has been in outstanding condition. the course is extremely narrow and trees line the fairways of every single hole, making you play with your brain, not your muscles.
Hopefully the course is to be lengethened in the coming winter and the course will soon be back to what it used to be when it was a regular on the European tour in the 70's.
Tom Doughty (Pre 2010)

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