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The Kendleshire Golf Club

Address The Kendleshire Golf Club, Henfield Road, Coalpit Heath, Bristol, BS36 2TG
Telephone Main Telephone: 0117 956 7007
Pro Shop/Tee times: 0117 9567000
Website www.kendleshire.com
Email info@kendleshire.co
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Holes • 27 holes - With greens built to USPGA standard
• Academy Course - A six hole, par three practice course
Explore this course hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser: Badminton - Hollows - Ruffet
Yardage The Hollows & The Ruffet - 6567 yds
The Ruffet & The Badminton - 6376 yds
The Badminton & The Hollows- 6249 yds
Par 71 - 69 - 70
Visitors Unrestricted
Golf breaks at The Kendleshire
This course is a PowerPlay Golf official venue. Click for more information, or call the club to make a booking.
Societies Welcome by previous arrangement
Green Fees
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Course Designer Stiff/McEvoy
The original layout (the 'Hollows' and 'Ruffet' 9-hole courses) was opened in May 1997 with the third nine (the 'Badminton') coming into play in July 2002.
Location 1 mile NE of Bristol. M32 J1
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.
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Facilities • Weddings/Conferences
• Driving range (see details underneath), Golf Academy, Tuition by five PGA professionals, purpose-built short game area
• GPS-equippedGolf Buggies for hire
• The Halfway House located near the main lake is available after the 10th green and the 17th
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About the Courses "Water comes in to play on 18 of the holes with the 9th, 11th, 16th, 18th and 27th being the most infamous. The 16th and 18th, on the Ruffet Course, have become notorious for destroying good scores however the island green 11th has become the hole that most visitors have heard about and can’t wait to play. A carbon copy of the 17th at Sawgrass in most ways, even the better players are pleased to leave the green with a three on the card."
Exc. from the club's website The club has hosted several Euro Pro Tour events.
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As soon as you turn into this golf club you know that the day will be special. The driving range is manicured to a condition that a lot of courses would envy and the par 3 to your left provides a great short game warm up (you will need it!). The course itself is picturesque and challenging with a lot of people stumbling at the island green. The greens have a snooker table and the fairways are not far short of that either. A GREAT course!
Lee Alderdice

Wow,wow,and wow. What a course. Having been to Bristol for a golf weekend and played The Players, The Park and the Kendleshire it was by far the most challenging. With superb greens, great fairways and well placed bunkers, oh did I not mention the water !!!!!
The four of us who enjoyed our weekend all agreed that the Kendleshire topped the lot with every hole offering diffferent challenges. If you want a top course this is the one.
M Buttress
Driving Range
Hours Open throughout the year. DryRange for practising in all weathers.
Bays Grass tees and a 275 yard landing area with target zones and flags combine to a popular facility. A "Dry Rainge" is located on the forward tee, allowing dry golfers wet-weather practice
Covered A Dry Range for practising in all weathers.
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Prices Tokens are available from the Pro Shop, currently at £2.50 for 50 balls, whilst savings can be made through purchasing multi-token swipe cards.
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication






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