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Three Rivers Golf & Country Club

Three Rivers Golf & Country Club,Purleigh,Essex,England
Address Three Rivers Golf & Country Club, Stow Road, Cold Norton, Purleigh Nr Chelmsford CM3 6RR
Telephone 01621 828631
Pro shop: 01621 829781
Holes Jubilee & Kings Course: 18-18
Yardage Jubilee - 4501, Kings - 6449
Par 64 - 72
Visitors Weekdays unrestricted exc Mon & Wed. Weekends: restrictions. Check availability.
Jubilee: No restrictions
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Societies Welcome by previous arrangement
Green Fees
Kings: Weekdays: D / weekends D
Jubilee B / B
Course Designer Kings course: Hawtree
Location Situated on the outer fringes of the picturesque village of Cold Norton in Essex, 2½ miles from South Woodham Ferrers.
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.
• Sunday Carvery
• Clubhouse with modern, light and airy feel. Providing banqueting and conference facilities for 4 to 400 / Banqueting / Weddings.
• State of the art gymnasium, studios and spa facilities
• Golf Tuition by PGA Professionals / Golf Academy / Junior golf tuition available at weekends and during school holidays.
Golf Lessons with Sarah Bennett PGA Head Teaching Professional & England U18 East Region Head Coach. Individual or group lessons available weekdays and weekends with Get into Golf coaching for new players. Contact Sarah via the shop or view information:
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Course Description The Kings Course offers an excellent test of Golf. This mature parkland course features an array of water hazards, set in gently rolling parkland, offering all golfing abilities a challenging but most enjoyable round.The Jubilee Course has been constructed to exacting USGA specifications. This course provides both a unique and alternative test of golf with elaborately undulating greens, and some very challenging short holes. This Par 64 will require alternative thinking in order to conquer its inviting challenges.Exc. from club's website

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After hearing good things about the course I decided I had to give the course a go. I had lived in Essex for 7 years and never set foot anywhere near it.
Massively disappointed! The course was in good condition generally but some of the holes just had a bit of a "field" feeling to them. There were some very nice holes but they were too few and far between. What didn't help was half way round the heavens opened which made it very unpleasant but even with the Sun shining I can't imagine I would ever enjoy this course. Whoever decided to put a hole across "Cardiac hill" will never be a friend of mine, golf is a relaxing game, not a game that causes you to need a respirator and a lay down! If you decide to play this course, you'll find out what I mean.
The final 18th hole has a slight downhill approach to a well protected green and was probably the best hole on the course but by that time I was so drenched and fed up that I couldn't really enjoy it.
The club house and pro shop are second to none; although when I asked in the pro shop for a cheap waterproof jacket, I was pointed toward the more expensive jackets and ended up hunting around myself trying to find a reasonably priced one.
From the outside, it looks fantastic, but once out on the course it's a bit of a let down.
Mark: 5
Value For Money: Fair
Chris Swanson January 17, 2012

Two 18 Hole courses, fast greens very well managed Par 71 and par 64.
Recommend Sunday Lunch, Good Clubhouse facilities
J.White (Pre 2010)

The course was in excellent condition, greens fast, food great and service very good.
All round , a very good experience.
Bob Bell (Pre 2010)

Since coming under new ownership in the last couple of
years(used to be Clubhaus) this course has improved markedly, after a patchy start. The greens and general condition are first class, a new practice putting green has been built also.......highly recommended.
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