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Tylney Park Golf Club

Address Tylney Park Golf Club, Rotherwick, Hook, RG27 9AY
Telephone 01256 762079
Fax 01256 763079
Website www.tylneypark.co.uk
Email contact@tylneypark.co.uk
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Holes 18-hole fine undulating parkland course with greens and tees built to U.S.G.A specification
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Yardage 7017-6608-6310-5860-5429
Par 72
Visitors Non-Members are welcome at Tylney, call in advance to avoid disappointment.
Societies Must contact in advance, packages can be individually tailored to individual requirements.
Green Fees
F per round / F weekends
Course Designer The 1974 course was re-designed in 2003.
Location Set in 200 acres of parkland, 2m NW of Hook, 2.5m from M3 junction 5.
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Facilities Corporate Hospitality days available
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About the Course Possibly the hardest holes are found around the turn at the 7th, 10th and 12th where long and accurate driving is required followed by precise approaches to well guarded greens.
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I played Tylney Park in September 2011 and was extremely impressed. The course was a really good test and in excellent condition. It's a classic parkland course, beautiful land with mature trees and really peaceful. The course is well defined but if you are wide off the tee, you pay the penalty in the primary rough. The course was well presented and the greens are awesome. The greens are large with significant slopes. I putted well but still had three 3 putts. There are several strong par 4s such as the 3rd, 7th, 10th, 12th, 16th. There is an excellent quartet of par 3s too. Birdies have to be earned with the 4th, 6th, 11th and 18th offering the best chances. I really enjoyed the round and have been back since. Clubhouse was poor from the outside but had a nice feel inside and the members were friendly. Recommended.
Mark: 9
Jonathan November 22, 2011

Tylney Park is a long parkland course a few miles from the M3 near Hook.
The clubhouse is shocking; really nothing more than a couple of portakabins.
However, the course itself is relatively challenging, with some of the most undulating greens in the county. At 6608 from the Whites, you need to hit along, straight drive to enjoy a good score.
All the staff we met were great, including the nice greenskeeper on the 5th who my wife narrowly missed!
The members we chatted to on the 8th were also very friendly.
And the special treat of reduced green fees - only £25 - made it an absolute bargain.
Take some insect repellent (we were inundated with midges today for some reason), and skip the clubhouse after your round, but for the price it's well worth a visit.
Dave July 6, 2010

Fantastic place to play golf. As a 17 handicap golfer living in the London area i took a day off and went to the course. i saw it when i stayed at the neighbouring hotel for a wedding. On arrival i met the club Pro who was very helpful and friendly. He couldn't have done anymore for us as we got ready to play,even coming out to the practise tee giving a few free tips as we warmed up.(unheard of these days)
The course was superb and really a sleeping giant. I have already booked up to go back this summer taking my society as well and have already started having some lessons with the pro. Thanks again guys...great place!
Colin Mair February 6, 2010

Having just played Tylney Park for the first time (on a beautiful sunny June day) I have to say it is overall a fine course. Not a course for the beginner in any shape or form - and I don't think it is intended to be. The fairways are quite narrow and the rough is rough! This punishes (as I found to my cost) those who are anything less than accurate with their strokes. There are an abundance of mature trees which add to the hazards but also add a lot to the ambiance of the course too.
The greens were in superb condition as were the tees, fairways etc. My only negative comment is that the bunkers could do with some fresh sand. I would also have liked to see those little 'map' signs on each tee and a few more ball cleaners.
Wonderful surroundings within a parkland setting make for a great days golf - recommended.
Phil Knott June 2, 2006

I am a member of Tylney and have been for 4 years now. Recently it has had a new course built and is suitable for all ages as of the new range of tees. It has also had a new menu that has been reproduced for their perticular target audience. They are also have plans to build a new club house that will fit in with its surroundings and "Tylney Hall" which is next to the course. I think it is a great course with great surroundings.
Name not supplied March 26, 2006






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