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Craythorne Golf Club

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Address Craythorne Golf Club, Craythorne Road, Stretton, Burton-on-Trent, DE13 0AZ
Telephone 01283 564329 / 533745 (Pro)
Website www.craythorne.co.uk
Email admin@craythorne.co.uk
Holes 18 - Challenging parkland course
Yardage 5642 - 5480 - 5246
Par 68
Visitors Tee times to be booked in advance.
Soft Spikes during summer
Course Designer Tony Wright - 1972
Location Stretton, 1½ miles N of Burton. A38/A5121 junction
• Driving range (see information below), practice facilities open to green fee payers
• PGA Pro / Lessons / Junior Coaching Repairs
• Corporate hospitality days available
• Conference facilities available / Events / Weddings
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Course Description Parkland, easy walking course that suits all abilities. Overlooks the Trent & Dove Valley's and offers spectacular views of the Staffordshire and Derbyshire countryside. Tough finishing holes with the exciting par 3 17th a major feature.

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Loved the course.short but tight. greens a little slow but due to a week of rain understandable.i will definitely go again . Booked online £15.50.great value for money
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
Gary Hawkins June 10, 2012

Played two rounds at the course on a Friday. We were amazed that hardly anyone else was there. We probably saw less than 10 other players all day.
The course is very much a 9-hole course with extra holes added on and as such is very tight, with wayward shots ending up two or three fairways away at times. On a busy day it could be a nightmare. Most of the longer holes have banks down the side of the fairway to protect the neighbouring holes, which can make for some interesting lies if you are a little off course. There is a lot of OOB and deep rough, so take plenty of balls if you are a wayward hitter. Many of the par 4 holes are up and down and not in the least bit memorable. The greens were very poor compared to most other clubs. Admittedly it has been dry recently, but they looked bare and diseased to me. Memorable holes were the par 3 11th, with an elevated tee and green, with a narrow entry, and the 15th, a sharp dog-leg to the left, with a risk-reward option if you take on the corner.
The food was good and the clubhouse very friendly. The whole days golf only cost £30, so in that respect it was very good value for money. However, it is not a course I would be in a hurry to play again.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 5
Ollie Bagshaw June 20, 2011
Driving Range
Hours 9am-10pm
Weekends 9am-9pm
Bays 13
Covered Yes
Heated No
Automatic Teeing 5
Floodlit Yes
Prices £2 for 35 balls
£3 for 60 balls
£4 for 100 balls
Digicards available
Note that prices and opening times may have changed since date of publication

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