Edwalton is situated 2m S of Nottingham, 10 minutes from Junction 24 on the M1 just off the main A52. There is on site parking available and disabled access into the site.
A course that plays quite long, especially if the wind picks up. Not many hazzards and the fairways are wide with no bunkers, just water on the 5th. Few bunkers, Best suited for a casual knock around with your mates - no strict dress code.
• Function rooms / Patio
• Indoor Coaching Theatre / Digital video swing analysis
• Driving Range (see information below) / 9 hole putting green
I've been a member for 3 years and joined because of the welcome and friendliness of the other members.
The main course is longer than most, with wide fairways and bunkers on every green. - Some of them with very high front edges! However, many of the fairways are ridge and furrow and a bad bounce can leave you with a potentially nasty shot and uneven lie to get out of trouble, so accuracy really makes a difference. It's a difficult course to get your handicap down on, but if you can play well there you can play well anywhere. Some clubs dismiss Edwalton as only a simple 9 hole course and in my experience have lived to regret their comments in return matches... The Par 3 course is pretty lengthy too, with several holes running at 190+ yards. Sarah (Pre 2010)
I've played this course all year and for around a fiver (mid week) I found it good value for money. Some people don't like change but I think this course has changed for the better. I recommend visiting this course in the summer but be early as it does get busy.
John (Pre 2010)
This used to be my favourite course but playing it today for the first time this year, I'm amazed how the quality of everything has gone downhill.
The greens are terrible, there are still winter tees and the prices have sky-rocketed.
To cap it all they closed the club house while there were still players on the course. I met some poor souls in the car park who couldn't even get a cup of tea!
Very very poor.
A wonderful course ruined by bad service. Bob (Pre 2010)
I used to be a member of this course and play every week and in all comps and found it most enjoyable untill it was taken over then the prices went up. I found it no longer was that friendly place of old and the cost of it went up all too much as it is only a 9 hole course and council owned. Wayne (Pre 2010)
Edwalton is brilliant I loved it and go there every weekend now i recommend it highly.
Ulrik Rom (Pre 2010)
As I came into Edwalton I noticed the course and thought of having a game. It proved to be most enjoyable, as I managed to slot in an enjoyable 9 holes. Overall, friendly service coupled with a well maintained playing area - I would recommend Edwalton to anyone.
Managed to stop at the Edwalton Club whilst in passing and squeezed in a quick 9 holes. A delightful little course with the added bonus of a par 3 course on site. The holes are fairly long, with few hazards, but still challenging as you can't always see the pin from the tee!
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