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Tracy Park/The Park
(Also listed in Gloucestershire)

Address Tracy Park Golf & Country Hotel, Bath Rd, Wick, Near Bath, BS30 5RN
Telephone 0117 9371800
Holes Two fine championship 18 hole golf parkland courses: The Crown and The Cromwell
Course Closure: Crown Course – Closed until April 2017
Yardage Crown: 6201
Cromwell: 6157
Par 69-71
Visitors Contact the Pro Shop in advance.
Golf Society packages can be tailored to your requirements with shotgun starts and gourmet dinners or additional rounds. (Membership may be available).
Golf breaks at The Park Resort
Tee time offers at The Park Resort
This course participates in the GreenFree 2 for 1 Voucher Scheme
Green Fees
Cromwell Course F weekdays - G weekends
Crown Course Closed until April 2017
Course Designer Grant Aitken - 1976
Location Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. From M4 take junction 18, then the A46 towards Bath followed by the A420
Nearest town: Bath (4 miles). From Bath city centre - From Bath take the Lansdown Road towards Wick passing Bath Race Course and the city Park & Ride.
Facilities • Oakwood Restaurant / Spikes Bar / Special events / Weddings / Business Meetings
• 17 en-suite bedrooms with magnificent views and lots of character / Golf Breaks
• PGA Professionals / Golf Tuition
• Clubs, buggies, trolleys, electric trollies & Club for hire
• Driving Range (see information below)
• Synthetic practice putting green, bunker, short game facility, nettings & uprights for the driving range.
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About The Park Golf Club "The Park stretches over 240 acres of historic parkland, which includes trees that are over 400 years old."
"A fine Jacobean house in a beautiful parkland setting, the resort is an outstanding new venue for a leisure break, business meetings or wedding in a great location close to Bath and Bristol." "The magnificent Crown Course is an easy walking course whilst presenting a challenge to all levels of player. It is rich in features with woodlands, lakes, inviting greens and well placed bunkers that require a 100% strategy.
The Cromwell Course is the perfect combination of old and new bringing together the best of both worlds. This course boasts a wonderful setting with mature trees, streams, lakes and modern USGA specification greens. Gentle undulation fairways provide this 6246 – yard par 71 course with excitement, reward and magnificent views stretching out across the Cotswold’s."
Exc. from The Park's own website

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Very warm welcome, not rushed for tee times, longest drive and n/p all sorted out , friendly staff. Greens superb the course a1 plus. Our society will definitely be back next year if not before.
Adrian Kember
Driving Range
Hours 8.00am-8.00pm
Bays 13
Covered 0
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit 0
Prices Non Members: From £2.00 per token
Members: From £1.80 per token
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication

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