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World of Golf at Sidcup

Address World of Golf at Sidcup, A20, Sidcup By Pass, Chislehurst Kent, BR7 6RP
Telephone 0208 309 0181
Website Click here
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Holes World of Golf welcomes golfers of all abilities:
Monday to Thursday: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm
Friday : 09:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday-Sunday 09:00 am - 7:00 pm 
Open every day except Christmas Day
Bays 54 bays arranged over two tiers with the finest quality mats and balls
Covered Yes
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing Yes, Power Tee mats
Floodlit Yes
Prices 50 balls £4.75
100 balls £7.50
Pre-paid Range Cards available
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication
Location Easily accessed from Central and South East London.
By car: World of Golf at Sidcup is located on the south side of the A20, just west of the Frognall Corner junction with the A222. 
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Facilities • Café / Bar
• JJB Sports golf superstore
• Full club custom fitting service
• Fully qualified PGA golf professionals / Lessons available all day / Teaching Academy with video coaching studios 
• Floodlit Short Game Practice: Adventure Putting, bunker practice area and large pitching and chipping area
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Not sure when the last review was posted (I forgot to look before the page loaded) but it must be years out of date!
They have a 300 yard driving range with multiple targets and including zones and pathways marked out for the 60 60 game played with a free mobile app.
The practice area also boasts a multi tier multi slope putting green, dedicated chipping area and a bunker with target pin.
Finally they also have a 36 hole adventure golf course for entertaining the whole family or if you wish to diversify your own putting practice!
Additionally there is a cafe on site too.
Highly reccomended.
Mark: 9
Value For Money: Good
Mr L Jacques April 6, 2014

this range has a net 50 to 75 yards from the bays so you can barely track the flight of the ball before it is stopped in its tracks. the normal landing area is being re developed. the balls are similar to old penfolds i might find in my grandads shag bag in the bottom of a box in his garage. of course there is no mention of any of these details on the snazzy website even when i searched. you may as well hit balls into a practice net at home. do you think the staff might mention that their facilities would just about suffice for a warm up session for the visually impaired british open. what do you think. take his money if he complains shrug your shoulders or pull a manuel seems to be the motto.
Value For Money: Poor
Mark: 1/10
k murphy February 22, 2011






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