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Garon Park Golf Complex

Address Garon Park Golf Complex, Eastern Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 4FA
Telephone 01702 601701
Website Click here
Holes • 9-9-9
• 9 hole Par 3 course
Explore this course hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser: South - West - East
Yardage South 3063 - West 3034 - East 3122
Par 70
Visitors Visitors welcome from first light to twilight. Tee times on a booking system. 
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Societies Weekdays welcome by previous arrangement. A minimum of 12 players is required to obtain the discounted Society Rates, but there are packages to suit all. Telephone 01702 601701.
Green Fees
D weekdays / D weekends
9-hole course - A
Course Designer Walker/Cox
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 E side of Southend-on-Sea. M25 J29
Nearest Train Station - Southend East 5 minutes by taxi

• The clubhouse is open to the public daily from 8am until late; Sunday Carvery
• Function rooms available to hire for your special occasions or business/conference meetings
• PGA Professionals / Golf Tuition
• Driving range (see information below)
• Buggies (Prebooking necessary)
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About Garon Park The golf course, constructed to a high standard and with sand based greens is laid out in three loops of 9 holes which all start and finish at the clubhouse, this enables different combinations of 18 holes to be played. Free draining soil and sand based greens ensure they are playable throughout the year. There are several large lakes which gives the course a mature look beyond its years.
Garon Park Golf has won the prestigious title of Golfmark Club of the Year 2013

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I travelled down to Garon Park with my Dad during the recent bad spell of wet weather on recommendation from a client that the course would be open, playable and definitely without temporary Greens, which are a particular pet hate of mine. The Club Professional confirmed that the course was open when I phoned the Club to book a Tee Time, and having never played there before I was pleased at how easy it was to find. All of the courses in my area (Romford) were either shut or had temporary Greens, so I was amazed to see the excellent condition of those at Garon Park. Infact the Greens which are slightly raised were dry, flat and of a good speed. We played the A & B courses (3 x 9s) and were pleasantly surprised that the fairways were very playable and nicely shaped. I am a 12-handicapper and found the course to be an excellent challenge, especially when playing some of the Par-3s into the stiff breeze. After losing once again to my Dad, we had a pleasant lunch in the welcoming clubhouse where the staff were friendly and the food was excellent and reasonably priced. We will definitely be going back to Garon Park, this time with a small group in the spring, but I can honestly say that we haven't played a better or more challenging winter course.
Paul Teasdale March 2, 2011

This course expanded a couple of years ago and now has 27 holes. (3 nines of course). The new 9 holes comprise only 1 of the original course designed holes. A test for all golfers with some short but tricky par 3's and some testing ball positioning required, par 5's. Don't miss a fairway on any of the nine holes. With water visible from most tee boxes, ditches at driving distances and deep testing rough there is a premium to be had for staying on the fairway. Only then can you score well.
Ted Maskell May 20, 2005 (Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours 8.00am-9.00pm
Weekends: 8.00am-7.00pm
Bays 30
Covered 30
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit 30
Prices 20  balls: £2.00 or £1.80 with a FREE Loyalty card
40  balls: £3.50 or £3.00 with a FREE Loyalty card
60  balls: £4.50 or £4.00 with a FREE Loyalty card
100 balls: £6.50 or £6.00 with a FREE Loyalty card
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication

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