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Shendish Manor Golf Club

Address Shendish Manor Golf Club, London Road, Apsley, Hemel Hempstead, HP3 0AA
Telephone 01442 251806
Website www.shendish-manor.com
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Holes 18
Yardage 5660
Par 70
Visitors No restrictions but advisable to book in advance
Golf breaks at Bushey Hall
Societies Must contact in advance
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Course Designer Cotton/Steel - 1988
Location S of Hemel Hempstead, off A41. M25 J20
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About the Course The course is built to USPGA specification and is challenging but enjoyable, providing a variety of hazards.  It is built on chalk, with a constant drainage system allowing vc all year round play on permanent tees and greens.
Courses Reviews stayed over and played at shendish for the bank hols.i think we got a good deal and having read some reviews i was very worried it wld be a disaster. but i must say it was a beautifull xperience. people tend to forget that these sort of courses are not meant for pro golfers but for us amateurs.how many of us can afford to be members of courses where you play £3ooo and above?.my only complaints about shendish are the fairways are a bit narrow and my bed was a bit too hard. a softer mattress would have been better. the food was excellent , services, and staff where top class.the environment is beautiful. i can keep going on lol, but this is the first time i have ever given a review for anything in my life , and i tell you what.... this is a great place to go for a week or a weekend with your partner or mates for golf.you wont find any pros on this course .if you think you are a pro golfer go play at saint andrews, or wentworth lol. but please dont dis shendish!
.its a good place. enjoy
ricky g May 31, 2010

A very friendly and relaxed environment, pleasant people and a course that offers variety and challenge.
The longer holes are concentrated towards the back nine with the 18th offering a par-five climax but well worth a round or several on this well-established, leafy backwater.
Ian Buckingham (Pre 2010)





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