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South Cerney Golf Course & Driving Range

Address South Cerney Golf Course & Driving Range
Northmoor Lane, South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 5QD
Telephone 01285 861001
Website www.southcerneygolfcourse.co.uk
Email info@southcerneygolfcourse.co.uk
secretary@southcerneygolfcourse.co.uk
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Holes 18-hole Pay & Play
Yardage 6,119
Par 70
Visitors Open 365 days a year, everyone is welcome. Booking of tee times is not normally necessary unless a Monthly Medal or Stableford competition is being played.
NB - Read Pat's review underneath regarding buggies & trolleys
Societies Society packages available, contact the Secretary
Green Fees
18 holes weekdays C / Weekends C
9 holes B / B
Twilight golf available
The GolfMark High Achiever 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 Situated near Cirencester in the heart of the Cotswold Water Park, half a mile from the A419 and just 15 minutes from junction 15 of the M4 motorway.
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Facilities
• Friendly Cafe-Bar open to the Public, everyone welcome / Functions, Parties
• PGA Professional / Lessons / Junior coaching / Well stocked shop
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Reviews

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6 of us arrived but only 3 played due to hedgehog wheels only rule, no buggies allowed and no battery trolleys for hire. The course was so wet I think it should have been closed. The 3 in the clubhouse were charged £1.10 each for a tea bag in a cup. Talking with members they say membership fees are just under £600 but they get additional income from tea coffee competition fees and unsuspecting visitors who hire trolleys in the winter and pay green fees when the course should be closed. The best thing about this club was the bacon rolls and the sense of humor of the 2 guys in the bar.
Mark: 2
Value For Money: Poor
Pat November 14, 2013

Played here a number of times recently and found it to be an good open course with plenty of room for the odd wayward drive. Not too many hazards great for all abilities. Staff are always helpful and friendly and facilities are excellent with a small driving range which is connected to the clubhouse/pro shop so you can stay out of the weather.
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
Jason Wallace December 18, 2012
Driving Range
Hours Weekdays
8.30am - Last baskets at 7.30pm
Last baskets at 7.30pm 
Weekends
8.00am - Last baskets at 7.30 pm
Bays 8
Heated No Info
Automatic Teeing No Info
Floodlit No Info
Prices £1.50 - 30 range balls. Digicards available






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