I have played this course all my life and love it, at the moment not played it for past 5years, because i live and work in Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire, but i am coming back to play on the 12th Sept 2014 in a society, and i am buzzing about the day already, it brings back brilliant childhood memories of long hot summers in the late 70's early 80's when i hit my record round of 81, that is a long distant memory both the score and my body being able to do that again. if the Golf was bad at times in those days i would switch to Bream fishing at Ruislip Lido best of both worlds, i look forward to my return on the 12th good or bad swing wise, staff here are friendly, and the bar area is fantastic, and i will be in great company with the Central Line Train drivers at our Society, value for money plus 50, fair better than good, keep up the top work, regards Rob Safehands Harriman.
Value For Money: Good Robert Harriman August 15, 2014
Very nice place to play golf, amazing driving range to practice or warm up on and a well maintained course, some very testing holes and a few that you can really attack, a joy to play
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 9 Danny Gorden May 6, 2011
HOLE 1: Par 4 - dogleg to the left danger to the right off the tee, with trees and ditch about 270yds down the fairway. green scattered with bunkers.
HOLE 2: PAR 4 - long hole, narrow fairway with trees both left and right, second shot should take you down the hill towards the green!
HOLE 3: PAR 4 - slight dogleg to the left, having to drive over trees to get to the fairway, or even the green with a good drive.
HOLE 4 - PAR 4 - straight hole, with ditch around 320yds down fairway, not much danger on either side.
HOLE 5 : PAR 3 - simple straight hole bunkers to the left and right of the green.
HOLE 6 : PAR 4 - small dogleg to the left, trees all down the right of the hole, after 200yds, fairway becomes very wide with green very accessible.
HOLE 7: PAR 3 - straight forward, green surrounded with bunkers.
HOLE 8: PAR 4 - Uphill, bunker in the middle of fairway, elevated green difficult to get close to the pin unless a long drive is hit.
HOLE 9 : PAR 4 - simple downhill dogleg to the right, very wide fairway, trees about 250yds down to the left, bunker on the right. green simple to get to.
HOLE 10: PAR 5 - long hole uphill to about 200yds, then downhill, watching out for ditches and bunkers
HOLE 11 - PAR 3: tricky hole bunkers protecting front and sides of the green, out of bounds and downhill into the woods by overhitting.
HOLE 12: PAR 4 - staright forward, ditch about 100 yds then simple.
HOLE 13 : PAR 4 - big dogleg to the left. fairly wide fairway though. trees all down the left of the hole.
HOLE 14: PAR 3 - bunkers protecting front and sides of the green.
HOLE 15: PAR 5 - tough hole, two ditches, and a few bunkers. Easy to get caugt in ditches, first 200yds from tee, second 300yds from tee.
Jim (Pre 2010)
I think that it is a very beginner friendly relaxing course with fairly smooth greens and fairways. Rohan Malhotra (Pre 2010)
Nice flat course, perfect for the budding golfer! A lot of ditches and dog-legs, all things considered its a nice course. Decent club house, state of the art driving range. Al (Pre 2010)
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