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Lilley Brook Golf Club

Lilley Brook Golf Club,Cheltenham,Gloucestershire,England
Address Lilley Brook Golf Club, Cirencester Road, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, GL53 8EG
Telephone 01242 526785
Professional/Teetimes: 01242 526785 Option 2 or 01242 525201
Course Information Line: 01242 256880
Website www.lilleybrook.co.uk
Email secretary@lilleybrook.co.uk
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Holes 18 parkland course with stunning views over the whole of Cheltenham across to the Malvern Hills, with the imposing Tewkesbury Abbey in between.
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Yardage 6212-5979-5467
Par 69-69-72
Visitors Advisable to enquire for availability, handicap certificate required, weekends & bank holidays with a member
Societies Very welcome. Contact in advance. Society Packages.
Green Fees
Weekdays / Weekends E
Course Designer Mackenzie - 1985
Location 2m SE of Cheltenham on A435. M5 J11 or 11A
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.
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Facilities
• Corporate Hospitality days available
• Conference facilities available
• Golf Lessons including company clinics and playing lessons / Junior Academy
• Buggies may be booked in advance.
• Practice ground
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About the Course The course lies under the scarp edge of the Cotswolds and as a result there are many very tricky lies and borrows to overcome. The fact that there is a total lack of fairway bunkers on the course often goes unnoticed, the trees themselves provide quite enough problems for the wayward shot.
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Excellent condition, infinite variety as always with a MacKenzie course. Great thing is the continuing keepers of the Course have never sought to improve the Course, as it is already perfect, unlike some clubs who think they know better than the experts. The greens are amazing, always in great condition, fast with many wicked but fair slopes. It's a very busy course so always ring. Food is very well prepared and a good price... Overall, I think proper golfers will enjoy the complexities of the challenge, I have played here probably 50 times and look forward to it every time. It is possibly the most enjoyable course in Gloucestershire. Lots of specimen trees and no rough, but miss the fairway and you will find your ball and will have to punch a low 3 iron or chip out sideways, very proud of their Augusta designer and set the course up in a similar fashion, which works well. Pretty course all year, spring through autumn very special.
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
Tony White





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