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The Ingol Golf Village

The Ingol Golf Village,Preston,Lancashire,England
Address The Ingol Golf Village, Sheraton Park, Preston, PR2 7BY
Telephone 01772 723898
Website www.ingolvillagegolfclub.co.uk
Email info@ingolvillagegolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 18
Yardage 6027 from the whites
Par 69
Visitors Visitors allowed 7 days a week, pay and play only.
Societies Societies taken 7 days a week but must book prior. Packages
Green Fees
D weekdays / weekends D
Course Designer Henry Cotton - 1981
Location J32 of M6. Follow signs to Ingol, then signs to the course
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Facilities
Squash, snooker & pool
Conference facilities available
Indoor teaching area with Trackman (Information provided by Adam (see review underneath)
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Course Description Championship designed course in 250 acres of beautiful parkland 10 minutes from Blackpool. Each hole offers a very different challenge and is a good test for any calibre of golfer. The signature hole 2nd demands an accurate drive to stay out of trouble
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Has come on a huge amount in last 18 months. Back to looking like a golf course and a busy little golf club. Wide fairways in good condition with excellent lies. Well designed golf course forces you to think about positioning of tee shot on nearly every hole rather than just blasting a driver. Two cracking par 3's from back tees on back nine. Pro has indoor teaching area with Trackman.
Mark: 8
Adam June 14, 2015

Played with three friends today all really enjoyed our day, we had a green fee and breakfast deal, breakfast was fantastic staff friendly and we felt like members the moment we walked in,Dean the pro spent time chatting to us and explaining the course layout. The course way fun to play with fairways short and wide while all the rough is cut to most course's semi rough so easy to find the wayward drive! Greens where fine and true, we did have a temp on the 6th looks like they are rebuilding this one. Finished the round and had a pint watching the football all in all a great day and great value for money
Mark: 9
Value For Money: Good
Andrew White May 25, 2015

Played this golf course numerous times since reopening.
I must say the work that has been done is tremendous, staff friendly and very helpful, the course itself from what i first saw is nothing short of a miracle, nice and enjoyable walk, interesting course and highly playable.
For the money you can't beat it.
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Good
John Johnston December 2, 2014

Played last week of sept and the course is transformed from my first visit in April, all fairways are short and wide, rough now playable while the greens are as good as any ive played recently, still got an issue with next tee signs but told these are on the way, good value and a good test, l will definitely visit again
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
andrew spiby November 16, 2014

I have just played Ingol (2/oct /2009) for first time,at a winter special price of £10.00 which included, a meal (chips, pie and peas.) We Lost a couple of holes half way round due to lack of signs, and the score card does not have a map on it,some tees also have the signs missing telling you about the hole, (distance, hazzards etc), also bunkers have no forks.
Most of my group have only been playing for a year or so and the holes we did play seemed ok, rough areas are rough, and between us lost a lot of balls in the rough, most fairways in good condition, greens not in a great condition but ok, some of the holes are very  tight and challenging, as some holes are too near to houses. Holes range from a little over 100 yards to nearly 500 yards so a good variety. This is not a flat course, but this is not really an issue, makes the experience better. for the price i will be playing again soon.
john t (Pre 2010)

Ingol is quite a testing course, which winds amongst houses and out into the countryside. The second hole is particularly difficult from the white tees. The "road hole" (you'll recognise it when you reach it) is a dangerous par three and the par fives are great driving holes, apart from the dog-leg ninth. Just as you think you're in for a good score, the pond on the last awaits your ball(s).
Greens can be fast and true when in good condition.
A friendly clubhouse with reasonably priced food and drink.
Les





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