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Hunstanton Golf Club

Hunstanton Golf Club,Hunstanton,Norfolk,England
Address Hunstanton Golf Club, Golf Course Road, Old Hunstanton, PE36 6JQ
Telephone 01485 532811
Professional: 01485 532751
Holes 18 - A true British links course
Yardage Men: 6741 - Ladies: 6021
Par 72 - 75
Visitors Hunstanton is predominantly a two ball course for singles and foursomes play. Four ball play is permitted throughout the year on Tuesdays from 9.30 am and after 2pm on Sundays during summer time (i.e from 1st April to 31st October). Tee times must be reserved in advance.
Societies Apply in advance
Green Fees
Weekdays: All day H
Weekends: All day H
Weekdays: Per round: F /Weekends: G
Special offers
Course Designer James Braid - 1891
Location Off A149 in Old Hunstanton Village signposted
Facilities By prior arrangement

• PGA Professional / Private and group lessons (available to non-members)
• Putting green / Practice area
Weather Forecast
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Comment Set along the shores of The Wash, Hunstanton provides links golf at its very best with greens that are the envy of every self-respecting club in the land.
Its history goes back to 1891. Originally it consisted only of nine holes and it is interesting to record that the second nine were built at a total cost of £25.

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£95 per player with no reductions looks pricey but after 2pm, at £60 per person it was worth every penny. The Pro Shop could not have been more welcoming, but after that it was us against the course and the ever present wind. This helped us through the narrow but benign start, onto the quirky 300 yard par 4 6th, with its green as unwelcoming as an upturned pudding bowl, followed by a terrifying par 3 where a 6ft wall of sleepers needs to be carried to reach the tiny green. The back 9 naturally heads into the wind. The pro's advice was very good, warning us about the "easy" 220 yard par 3 13th and the "impossible" 350 yard par 4 14th. The duned shelter of the long 15th only prepares you for a windy par 3 and a testing, long, exposed 17. These were a pleasure to play well. A good drive on 18 is needed to impress the clubhouse with a long iron to another hostile green. Not for the faint hearted, but great golf.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 9
Paul Moore May 31, 2011

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