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Hounslow Heath Golf Centre

Address Hounslow Heath Golf Centre, Staines Road, Hounslow,
TW4 5DS
Telephone 020 8570 5271
Website www.hhgc.uk.com
Email golf@hhgc.uk.com
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Holes 18-hole course with some of the most challenging and picturesque holes in the area
Yardage 5901-5649-4956
Par 69
Visitors Pay & play
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Hounslow Heath Golf Centre welcomes golf societies 7 days a week, a variety of packages is available. Contact 03333 440833 or email societies@hhgc.uk.com
Green Fees
A weekdays / B weekends
Course Designer Fraser M Middleton
Location Located within easy reach of Heathrow, Richmond and Twickenham, opposite green Lane, Staines Road (A315)
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Facilities

• The Clubhouse is open during daylight hours and serves hot & cold drinks and bar snacks to help you relax after the game.
• Driving range (see information below)
• Putting and chipping area
• Golf lessons available 7 days a week during daylight hours.
• Ladies Academy
• Junior Academy
• Ample free parking
Weather Forecast
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Course
Reviews

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Played in November - course very wet but a good test even under winter rules and off yellow tees. One of my favourite courses, this is a technically demanding course for anyone wanting a low score -8 or more dog-legs and some of the tightest fairways for the longer hitter - go off and you've lost a ball. And you best be able to draw and fade the ball from the tee and thru the fairway and hit it over (or round ) high trees. A great opening hole - go for the green with a big draw or play safe. Two, a medium par 3 into the wind, is easy to underclub. Three needs a big draw off the tee as does the 16th - SI 1 and thern a high second shot over trees to a well defended green. Four (550 yds) is probably unreachable in 2 and requires straight long hitting to stay on the exposed wind-blown fairway. 5-8 provide a wide variety of shots and 9 is a good two shotter. 13 at 276 yds is a good bet for a go for glory, 14 is a quirky short dog-leg - just a mid-iron for position avoiding being stymied by the tree and 15 requires a shaped drive and an accurate second. Two  good closing holes where a birdie is on the cards but a lost ball the penalty for wayward drives going for the green. This course demands accuracy  and every hole is different. Wind comes into play on some holes requiring low penetrating shots. I hope they don't poncify the course and spoil it this is how real golf is played. I saw no litter and heard no planes and could have been in the wilds of Hampshire.   What more could you want?  Well, I was waved through with a friendly chat on at least three holes, you don't get that from the 4 ball "wrecking crews" at my club.
David Bentley
(Pre 2010)

The front 9 is incredibly frustating as any shot missing the tight fairways will be lost, even if it just trickles into the rough. It is also quite dull and flat. The back 9 on the other hand is fantastic and offers a variety of holes, hills, streams and bridges. Overall excellent value for money, but take lots of balls!
Dustin
(Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours N/A
Bays N/A
Covered N/A
Heated N/A
Automatic Teeing N/A
Floodlit Yes
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