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Westwood Golf Club

Address Westwood Golf Club, Newcastle Road, Wallbridge, Leek, ST13 7AA
Telephone 01538 398 385
Website www.westwoodgolfclubleek.co.uk
Email info@westwoodgolfclubleek.co.uk
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Holes 18
Yardage 6105
SSS 70
Visitors Warm welcome extended to members, guests and visitors. Must book in advance.
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Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
"Day rate applies. Offers on Mon to Fri at all times, subject to availability. Limited availability Sat and Sun. Prior booking essential. Handicap certificate required "
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Golf Society packages are available by prior arrangement
Green Fees
Summer
C weekdays / D weekends
Winter B / C
Course Designer Leek Westwood Golf Club was founded in 1899 and was for many years a compact 9 hole course. New land was aquired in the late 1980's and the course was extended to 18 holes.
Location Set in the heart of the Staffordshire Moorlands countryside and yet within 7 miles of Stoke on Trent city centre A53, 1½ miles S of Leek
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Facilities
• Balcony overlooking the river Churnet / Corporate hospitality days available
• Special events
• Fully stocked Pro-Shop run by a qualified PGA Professional, repair service & custom fitting
• Junior section
• Practice area
• Buggy hire is available, and pre-booking is advised.
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Course Description Front nine is undulating moorland and back nine is flat parkland. River Churnet separates the two nines and comes into play on some of the holes. Very picturesque and quiet.
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I played this golf course with the welcome golf society on the 8th nov14.the course was very testing and hilly but very good condition for the time of the year.The staff at the course are very friendly and helpful and the full english breakfast was one of the best that we have had. I think this is a good venue for golf societys to visit
Mark: 9
Value For Money: Good
philip gulliver November 9, 2014

A tale of two nines. Front 9 is up and down some serious hills so a tough walk. The back 9 on a flat river meadow and the river comes into play on several holes.
3rd hole needs walking up a mountain so if you are not fit, give a miss. 5th is a spectacular looking par 5 with a ridge all along the length of the fairway so good drives and seconds can get thrown anywhere. (lost in my mates case) The 6th is similarly on a massive slide slope into a tiny green.
7th is a par 3 across the valley... best hole on the course.
8th is a spectacular but daft to a green sloping away from you and a vally fairway.
Course is spoiled by a number of shared fairways and the proximity of some tees greens - so be careful , could be dangerous. We played midweek and the course was still quite busy so there was plenty of waiting for people to get out of the line of fire.
Greens are quick and true, but were pretty hard and several well struck wedges bounced through the back.
Not expensive, so decent value. Very friendly and welcoming course. Quirky, but a little daft in places.
Mark: 6
Value For Money: Fair
David Jones August 12, 2013

Absolutely stunning course and very hard to play. The front nine is very tricky with some long shots over ravines and a heart testing climb up the 3rd (The Alps). The 5th and 6th can wreck your card before you've even started. The 8th is a tempting shot into a valley, the green can be reached, but if you miss the fairway it's bye bye ball. The back nine in a gentle stroll around, but very long. The river Churnet comes into play all along the 10th, the 11th and 12th (twice). The greens are currently immaculate (2010) and have been now for 2 years. The putting green in front of the clubhouse will give you an idea. The pro (Greg) is very friendly as are the greenstaff and bar staff. The food in the bar is second to none as is the beer. Currently London Pride (2010). It's a real test of your golfing skills. lash out with the driver and you maybe sorry. Try to be a little conservative off the tee you will score better. Overall a great place to go and play golf.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 9/10
John Bennett September 10, 2010






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