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Goldenhill Golf Club


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Address Goldenhill Golf Club, Mobberley Road, Goldenhill, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 5SS
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Holes 18 - pen rolling parkland course with water featuring on 6 of the back 9 holes with panoramic views of the Cheshire Plane, Peak District and nearby Mow Cop Castle
Yardage 5957
SSS 68
Visitors Unrestricted contact in advance for weekend play
Societies Contact in advance, packages may be available
Location On A50, 4m N of Stoke
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Facilities
• Meals and snacks available all day every day
• Well stocked discount Golf Store
• Practice area, driving range (see information below)
• PGA qualified Lessons / Junior Golf
Now closed
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Reviews

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Currently restricted to a poor 9 holes due to major reconstruction and Driving range Build July 2007
Ray Tippett July 23, 2006

I go on this course every day and it's improving so much. The PRO'S will soon be playing this course.
Greg Woodcock October 23, 2006

This course has just reopened in may 2008 i played it on wed.. 25th june.. cost £9.. all i can say is its awful.. they are still using an area next to the driving range for landfill trucks.. so you hear a constant drone as you play, the fairways are shocking.. and need a dam good cut!! also the amount of bricks in the fairways isnt good.. the greens also need a good cut, only about 3 were decent the rest below average, one hole has been shortened to about 120 yards.. from a par 4 for the landfill work.. and if you have never played this course before (like me) you have no chance, from the tee off you can't see many flags to aim for and they are no white posts like you get on other courses to aim at.. this course still needs a year before it's finished.. i won't be going back, and i think they are surviving on the landfill money they must be getting... it's a shame as it has potential..
Darren Shore June 26, 2008

I was asked by a friend to play this course. He had not played here himself for a few years. I decided to look at the current reviews for Golden Hill. The last comments were not good to say the least but did say that at the time a few years ago the club was undergoing some major development. I went with the hope that the improvements had taken place. To my disbelief the course is in worse condition than the last review. There are no distance markers throughout the 18 holes, rubble & untidy fairways make it impossible to find the ball, there is bad drainage, litter throughout the course and some fairways look like two tractors have been fighting in the middle of them. This course has the potential of some amazing holes yet needs a lot of care and attention and a huge amount of money spending on it. My recommendation is not to play this course until you have heard of great changes.
John Adams May 24, 2009
Driving Range
Bays 25
Floodlit 25
About the Driving Range Bar and catering facilities on site
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