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Hawkstone Park Golf Club


Address Hawkstone Park, Weston-under-Redcastle, Shrewsbury, SY4 5UY
Telephone Golf enquiries: 01948 841 775
Holes Championship Hawkstone - 18 / Championship Championship - 18 / Academy - 6
Yardage Hawkstone - 6497, Championship - 6472
Academy - 729
Par/SSS Hawkstone - 72/71
Championship - 72/72
Academy -18
Visitors Unrestricted, handicap certificate required
Special Offers and Golfing Breaks available at this location.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Championship Course:
Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Play Mon to Fri on the Championship course only. Bookings can be made 5 days in advance, subject to availability.
Societies Must contact in advance, packages available
Green Fees
Hawkstone Course: F
Championship Course: E
Academy Course: A
Course Designer Alan Shepherd/James Braid - Hawkstone Course. Brian Huggett - Championship Course
Location Situated in extensive parkland surrounding the ruins of a medieval castle, with the cliffs of the world-famous 18th Century Follies providing a spectacular backdrop, halfway between Shrewsbury and Whitchurch, easily accessible from the M6 and the M54
• Snooker
• Corporate Hospitality days available
• Conference & Banquet facilities
• Golf tuition
• Driving Range (see information below), two large putting greens, a chipping green and a practice bunker with pitching area
• Golf breaks
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Course Description Former Ryder Cup captain Brian Huggett re-designed the Weston Course to create the Championship and Academy courses. Includes many mature trees and a feature lake. Superb panoramic views in the only English Heritage Grade 1 landscape in Shropshire
Course Reviews Hawkestone Park Championship Course
What a treat of a course. played it today 12/09/12, fairways and greens in wonderful condition. The whole place was in lovely condition, weather good and the course brilliant. I for one will back again to sample both this one and the Hawkestone course
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
John M September 12, 2012

I played the so called Championship course in Jan 2009 and wish i hadn't bothered as it was very very wet. The pro could've warned us. The fairways where ankle deep in mud and puddles in a lot places and this course should've been closed in my opinion as it was so wet. This must do a lot of damage and the members mustnt be happy about it. The course has some nice holes though with some water features in play towards the end of the round. I've since found out that The Hawkstone course is the better of the 2 as it drains well. Will try that next time.
Lee Schofield
March 24, 2009
Driving Range
Hours 7am-10pm
Bays 14
Covered 0
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit 0
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