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Uxbridge Golf Course

Address Uxbridge Golf Course, The Drive, Harefield Place, Uxbridge, UB10 8AQ
Telephone Pro shop/Lessons: 01895 556750
Function, carvery and golf society bookings: 01895 272457
Website www.hillingdon.gov.uk/golf
Email uxbridgegc@hillingdon.gov.uk
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Holes 12-hole golf course with the option of playing the first 6 holes again from different tee markers. A parkland course with very attractive scenery
Yardage 5677
Par-SSS 68-68
Visitors No restrictions
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Green Fees
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Course Designer Uxbridge Golf Course was designed by Paul Jackson & Chris Frank and opened in the 1940's
Location 2m N of Uxbridge. B467 off A40 towards Ruislip. M25 J16, 3 miles
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Facilities

• Two conference rooms with private bar. Maximum capacity 150 banqueting/theatre style.
• Comprehensive range of audio/visual equipment available
• The function Room holds up to 150 people and can cater for birthday parties, christenings, wedding anniversaries, dinner and dances, Christmas dinner and discos.
• Patio area where barbeques can be organized in the summer.
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Amazing value for money! We played it on monday and the course is looking superb and the staff are really friendly and helpful, a very nice relaxing round of golf to be had!
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 10
John Harrison May 6, 2011

The 8th is the par 5, not the 6th which is a par 4.(as per the review).
Al
(Pre 2010)

Started playing Uxbridge in the mid 80's and have always found it to be a good test of the week day hacker.The variety of the holes makes it an interesting course to play though the greens tend to vary from good to patchy.As with Haste Hill though not as bad it can get a bit boggy in Winter and you can suffer from the irritation of temporary greens. Drainage at the 3rd,4th and 5th used to be a problem but may now have been sorted. The 8th is truly a tough par 4 and have never done it in better than 1 over. All in all a nice day out.( Last time I went there the green fees were in the £12 bracket.)
Paul Samber
(Pre 2010)

This club is well worth a visit anytime of year. The green fees are reasonable (twilight £7.50) and it is a bit different to your average parkland course, it's a bit hilly in parts and requires a degree of accuracy off some of the tees, each hole is very different to the last and it's a good test of golf.
Hole 1 is a short par 4 with out of bounds along the right with a tricky raised green, approach with caution.
Hole 2 is a straight foward 155 yd par 3 playing off a elevated tee.
Hole 3 a tricky tee shot for this dogleg par 4, providing you don't end up in the rough/trees on the right or in the ditch 180yds ahead an easy approach shot is all that is required.
Hole 4 a short par 4 but trouble all along the right.
Hole 5 another par 3, straightforward, about 180 yds.
Hole 6 a uphill par 5 onto an elevated green, a drive and two middle irons will find the green in three.
Hole 7 a downhill par 4, looks straightforward but do try and keep to the fairway on the tee shot.
Hole 8 a horrible uphill par 4. get some length off tee and if you're lucky you will be up the hill in two, it's longer than you think though, so don't go short on your approach, but too long and you're in the trees.
Hole 9, par 4 be accurate off the tee, take an Iron on to a narrow fairway and a very tricky approach shot to the green.
Hole 10, par 4, a good solid drive over some trees, careful not to fade left down the hill.
Hole 11 a straightforward par 3.
Hole 12, a straightforward par 4, a approach onto a raised green.
Hole 13, a fun par 3 off an elevated tee over a fence onto the green thick trees left and right though so keep it steady off the tee.
Hole 14, a par 4 careful where you land your tee shot.
Hole 15 a mickey mouse par 3, 120 yds over a tree onto a raised green.
Hole 16, par 4 dog leg left, no need to take a driver here, keep it straight and you should be able to approach the small green in regulation.
Hole 17 a straight forward par 4 with a generous fairway, let it rip with the driver.
Hole 18, a wide par 4 but uphill with trees on the left and right, a good effort to reach the green in regulation, also nasty approach bunkers on the right.
Karl King
(Pre 2010)






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