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Hainault Golf Club
Formerly known as Essex Golf Centre/ Hainault Forest Golf Complex

Address Hainault Golf Club, Hainault Forest, Romford Road, Chigwell Row, IG7 4QW
Telephone 0208 500 2131 (Proshop/Reception/Lessons)
Website Click here
Email hainaultgolfclub@live .co.uk
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Holes 18 - 18
Yardage Top Course: 5886
Bottom Course: 6545
SSS Top Course: 70 - Bottom Course: 72
Visitors Visitors welcome. Unrestricted, booking recommended.
Societies Weekdays recommended, but available at weekends if previous arrangements made with secretary. The Club can tailor make a package to suit your needs. Large fleet of electric buggies available for hire with GPS and ability to record your society tournament on screen and in the clubhouse.
Green Fees
Weekdays C - Weekends D
Course Designer J H Taylor
Bottom Course: 1923
Top Course: 1909
Location Located, just 13 miles outside the City of London with good road and rail links
Directions: On the A12 heading towards London, turn on to the A1112 towards Chigwell.
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Facilities
• Traditionally designed friendly and relaxed clubhouse / 2 large balconies overlooking the 1st and 18th tees and greens on both courses / Exclusive Chinese Restaurant
• Corporate Hospitality days available
• Well stocked golf shop
• Golf Tuition / PGA golf professionals / Video software & Explanar (Call the pro-shop on 020 8500 2131)
• Pain Relief Centre  open daily to golfers and non-golfers alike
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About the Courses The Upper Course
This course hugs the hillside closest to the country park. The course has tighter fairways and is more hilly than the lower course. Although it is shorter and has a par 70, the upper course is still a very good test and will punish the wayward golfer
The Lower Course
This course hosted the 2003 Essex Amateur Championships final and was the first pay and play golf course to be awarded such a prestigious accolade. The course is a par 72 and is a very good test of the long hitter, rewarding accurate long tee shots, but punishing poor course strategy, beware not to be tempted to mimic Tiger!
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Reviews I have read about this course are outdated and frankly wrong.
No longer are the fairways full of divots - the bunkers are fine and the greens excellent. The course has just hosted a PGA Regional event and the inspectors from the PGA were full of praise. I suggest some of the people who reviewed this course some three or four years ago come back and reconsider. They will be surprised !
Barry Balbes (Pre 2010)

Played the lower course on the 15th August 2007.
A fantastic course with some great holes and lovely views.
The only problem I found was the fairways, greens and bunkers!
This is a public course and is very busy at weekends and the course is suffering because of this.
The number of divots on each hole that had not been repaired must have been in the hundreds. Each hole had at least four or five pitch marks on it. And there were footprints in each bunker despite there being two or three rakes.
I would still recommend you play the lower course as I prefer this course to the upper course.
The upper course is very hilly and I would recommend you hire a buggy if you're not very fit. The lower course is not as hilly but I'd still say hire a buggy.
Russell Middleton (Pre 2010)

A very impressive course, boasting a variety of challenges as well as an immaculate kept course. Two courses, the upper and lower both equally as challenging as one another but i recommend the upper course. Quite a few holes play blind from the tee so be wary of the group in front of you. The hills do take their toll on your legs so if you normally struggle i would say hire a buggy.
All in all an excellent golf course.
John Wilkinson (Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours Winter: 7 am-10 pm
Summer: 6 am-10 pm
Every Thursday it opens at 10 am.
Bays 22 bay range built in 2001 to a very high standard (extending to over 280 yard).
Covered 0
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit Yes
Prices Customers can purchase balls by either insert coins into the dispenser, or purchase a loyalty card in the Pro Shop.
Tuition PGA professionals and assistants are on hand 7 days a week for lessons and a state of the art MaxOut computerised high speed photographic swing analysis system is installed to enable golfers to undertake an evaluation of their swing.






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