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Beckenham Place Park Golf Club

Beckenham Place Park Golf Club, Beckenham, London
Address Beckenham Place Golf Club, Beckenham Hill Road, Lewisham, London, BR3 2BP
Telephone 020 8650 2292
Website Click here
Holes 18
Yardage 5722
SSS 68
Visitors Public golf course. Pay and play. If you want to secure yourself a slot on the weekend, simply call up and make a booking (up to a week in advance).
Societies Contact in advance
Green Fees
Weekday (Mon-Fri) C
Weekend (Sat-Sun) D
Twilight/Senior/Junior rates available
Location Main Catford/Beckenham road, just off A21
Facilities • Team of qualified PGA Professionals / Junior Academy / Repair and custom fit service / Also Shoe hire
• Practice area (only available when not in use by club Professional): Putting and Chipping Green / Warm up Nets
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About the Course The 18 hole golf course meanders through the ancient woodland of the park. With great variations in length and elevation on a number of holes this is a challenging and enjoyable course to play.

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Only the 2nd time on an 18 holes course, so not sure what to expect. The green fees were £16, which even for a public course is good value. The fairways and greens were in great condition with combination of rolling, undulating and dog leg holes. Only 4 par 3s and 1 par 5, so plenty of use with a 3 wood/hybrid.
As a public course, there were several instances of people walking and dogs on the loose which was a bit distracting. Also, while set in beautiful countryside, the golf shop and clubhouse were in urgent need of repair as it was dark, dingy and falling down.
Overall, would recommend this course for beginners and would go again.
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Good
Salin September 20, 2012

I think this is a great course, it's suitable for players of all standards. It's perfect for begginers because it's not the longest course in the world. There's only one par 5 and if your an average hitter you could maybe get around without using a wood. It's full of interesting holes that will challenge any golfer and you will use every club in your bag. The highlight of the course is the back nine, with the 15th being the most challenging hole on the course (you struggle to make par!), and the 16th, 17th and 18th the most pleasing to the eye. Apparently someone once reached the 16th green off the tee, i don't believe it and when you stand on the 16th tee you won't either. It's fun to have a go though! Have fun.
Chris April 25, 2005 Played it yesterday. Won't rush back to do it again. It's a beginner's course, true, and this was reflected in the state of the course. Divots not replaced, copious litter, including around 20 plastic drinks bottles strewn along the fairways and tees and greens so full of unrepaired pitch marks and weeds. Putting was often very frustrating. Add to this the £23 green fees and the surly nature of the catering staff who served me and I think this is one course that should be left to beginners. Liked the no dress code though.
Mike September 11, 2006

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