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Wearside Golf Club

Wearside Golf Club,Sunderland,Durham,England
Address Wearside Golf Club, Coxgreen, Sunderland, SR4 9JT
Telephone 0191 534 2518
Holes 18 - Founded in 1892 & Par 3 course
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Yardage 6367 6071 5684
Par 71 71 74
Visitors Handicap certificate required, advisable to phone in advance
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary
Green Fees
Summer: C - Winter: B
Special rates for Seniors, Juniors
Location 3.5m W off A183.
Situated between Sunderland and Washington, nestling in the shadow of Penshaw Monument on the southern side of the River Wear lies one of the oldest golf parkland courses (was founded in 1892).
Facilities Practice area
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Every single hole here is different - for April, after all the rain we've had, the course was in superb condition. Yes it was windy, yes there are some tough holes but they are fair, you hit a good shot you'll get a good result. I hear people moan about the par 5 dogleg 18th - it's a great hole - the moaners obviously took a 7 or an 8! The greens are as good as you'll get anywhere in the region and as far as value for money is concerned it's terrific - we paid £16 for two of us to play in their seniors open! That's £8 EACH!!

Go try it, Alan Kelledy, Ripon City GC
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
Alan Kelledy April 7, 2016

I played this golf club with a golfing society. We were effectively charged £25 per person for the golf. I was disappointed with this price, considering that there had been work done recently on the greens and they were covered in sand. Indeed, there was more sand on the greens than some of the bunkers! The plus point about the course is the scenery - beautiful in places, on the banks of the River Wear. Also, the bridges over some ravines are very well made. The downside is the amount of blind shots, particularly the last hole. The 16th hole - bit of a farce because it is not clear which green you are shooting for. I would say there are about six good holes on the course. An average course only redeemed by the scenery. There are courses in the area in as good condition, at a better price (such as Washington and South Shields).
Mark: 2
Value For Money: Poor
DAVID WALKER May 21, 2012

A very difficult course when the wind starts to blow "and it really blows" the 13th is a great par 3 short, but very testing,the greens are some of the best i`ve played on no bumps or wobbles just TRUE.

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