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Orpington Golf Centre/Ruxley Park

Orpington Golf Centre,Orpington,Kent,England
Address Orpington Golf Centre, Ruxley, Sandy Lane, St Paul's Cray, Orpington, BR5 3HY
Telephone 01689 839 677
Website www.mytimeactive.co.uk
Email orpington@mytimeactive.co.uk
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Holes 53 holes (one of the largest golf centres in England):
• Cray Valley (For details click here):
A challenging well-drained 18-hole course and a 9 hole layout
• Ruxley Park: 18 + 9
Explore these courses hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser: Cray Valley - Ruxley Park
Yardage 5712
Par 70
Visitors Pay & play 7 days a week but booking is advisable.
Societies By arrangement, packages available
Green Fees
Mon-Thur: C, Fri: C, weekends D
Location Located close to the M25 and M20 motorways.
Leave the M25 at junction 3 and turn onto the A20, London-bound. At the first exit, (Crittalls Corner) turn left onto Sevenoaks Way. Take the first left onto the main road by Homebase. At the end of the road turn left at the mini roundabout onto Sandy Lane. Orpington Golf Centre is 200 yards on the right hand side.
Map
Facilities
• Golf Tuition
• Driving range (see information below)
• Foot Golf
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About the Courses All of the courses wind their way through the scenic Kent countryside and incorporate many a hazard along the way to provide a series of distinctly different golfing experiences.
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Reviews

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ruxley
Booked to play cray valley only to be told they had mucked up the booking and put us down for Ruxley and that all times for cray were booked. Had no choice,but to play Ruxley yardage disc sovergrown with no 150 yard posts no bells for blind tee shots nearly got hit twice tees were uneven greens long and slow will never play at the golf centre if this is the best they can do Chelsfield Lake,Birchwood Park, Lullestone Shoreham and Pedham are all much better options, avoid this place at all costs if your a serious golfer
Mark: 1
Value For Money: Poor
larry flack June 19, 2016

Cray & Ruxley
Played both courses last weekend. They are both different and in their own way challenging.
Greens, bunkers and tees all in good condition and pins well placed. Excellent bar and restaurant facilities and the staff, including the pro staff were all very friendly and helpful and other visitors/members very inclusive and welcoming. Great venue for all levels/standard of players. Thoroughly recommended.
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
Chris Pavey April 28, 2015

played Saturday 2/8/14,teed off 10.44 & the first few holes were awful,groups of lads in football kit & boots outrageous behaviour playing football on the 2nd green.tried to confront them only to be told by their coaches its public & they have a right to be ther,will not return to ruxley again there was no value for money......give it a miss
Mark: 0
Value For Money: Poor
john jones August 8, 2014
Driving Range
Hours Mon - Fri 6.30am - 10.00pm
Sat - Sun 6.00am -8.00pm
Bays 28
Covered Yes
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing N/A
Floodlit Yes
Prices 25 balls: £2.75
100 balls: £6
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication






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