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Vivary Park Golf Course

Address Vivary Park Golf Course, Fons George, Taunton, TA1 3JW
Telephone 01823 333875
Website www.toneleisure.co.uk
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Holes 18 - Beautiful parkland
Yardage 4620
Par 65
Visitors Unrestricted.
Societies Call for society rates
Green Fees
Normal rate: Weekdays B - Weekends C
Off-peak and twilight rates available
Course Designer WH Fowler - 1928
Location Situated at Fons George within Vivary Park/Wilton Lands complex in the southern part of Taunton's town centre, off A38.
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Facilities

• Sandwedge Café
• Putting green / Pitching/pitching green and bunker / Practice range in the middle of the course
• PGA professionals / Golf tuition / Regular beginners group coaching and one to one lessons
• Custom fitting
• Practice Facilities: practice range in the middle of the course
• 18 hole mini golf course
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Course Description Established tree-lined course with pond (and ducks)
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Reviews
Nice tight course. Shame about the cost of parking the car in the council car park attached.
T. Woods

The course is very good and does not cost a lot to play.
Robin S

This course has a good range of holes for different abilities, the 6th hole is the trickiest with out of bounds either side of it and water straight ahead. Vivary is a good course and is well worth the money.
Ricky

Vivary is an excellent course for all ranges of standards. There some nice tricky bunkers particularly on the 10th. Children are welcome and there is a great bar and eating area. i strongly recommend this course.
Pete (Pre 2010)

A good course overall with a lot of trees that I have become well aquainted with. Several of the water hazzards are drained at present however which results in some of the challenge being diminished. There seems to be a high percentage of holes that cross each other so you will need to be very conscious of whether there are people in your line (or if you are in the way of others) - Most notably the 17th where you can't see the tee of the 2nd until you are right in its path. I do enjoy the course though and it is well priced.
Joe






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