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Pine Ridge Golf Centre

Address Pine Ridge Golf Centre, Old Bisley Road, Frimley, Camberley, GU16 9NX
Telephone 01276 675444
Website www.pineridgegolf.co.uk
Email pineridge-manager@crown-golf.co.uk
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Holes 18
Yardage 6458
SSS 71
Visitors Welcome. "Pay and play"
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Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Play Mon-Fri at all times and Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays after 2pm from Apr 1st until Oct 31st & after 1pm from Nov 1st until Mar 31st. Please telephone club in advance to make a booking. Offer only available to members once in any calendar month.
Societies Welcome, a range of packages to suit all occasions and pockets, each one tailored to provide a great day out are bookable in advance
Green Fees
From A
Course Designer Clive D Smith - 1993
The GolfMark High Achiever Award This club holds the GolfMark Award, meaning that it is a safe and fun environment for junior golfers to discover, learn and play golf.
Location Just off B3015, near A30. M3 J3, 2m
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Facilities
• Corporate hospitality days available
• Conference facilities available
• 6 lane Ten Pin Bowling Centre
• Golf Academy incorporating the computerized "C Swing" teaching aid and a team of Professionals is on hand for lessons and advice
• Driving range (see information below)
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Reviews

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Windlesham CAN NOT Be compared with Pine Ridge !!!! WGC is in a different Class.
Name not Supplied
June 20, 2005

I've now played Pine Ridge twice (2004 and 2005) and was impressed on both occasions. The course is great and although dry at present (July), the greens and their surrounds are watered and well maintained. It is an interesting course, and well laid out (not cramped).
Bub July 25, 2005

This is a classic case of a fantastic course ruined by mismanagement. I played in a 2-ball teeing off at 1.57 on a Saturday afternoon. We got away only about 5 minutes after our alloted time. However I was astonished to find on arriving at the second tee a queue of 3 fourballs in addition to the group currently teeing off. In all our round took five and three quarter hours and an excellent course was ruined by the frustration at having to wait all of the way round. There were no marshalls making any attempt to keep play moving and thanks to the boredom of all concerned we were treated to the joys of one guy waiting behind us chatting on his mobile phone as we teed off.
We did challenge the guys in the starters hut who were very embarrassed but told us that they had told the "people in charge" that they were pushing too many people through in too short a time but to no effect. They knew it was spoiling the course for everyone but could do nothing about it.
We won't be going back to this course again which is a real shame but at over 30 quid a round it's just not worth it however nice the course.
Stuart
August 8, 2005

Much, much better than WGC - fantastic course.
No name supplied September 22, 2005

The issue about how busy this course gets is true, but that's to be expected at one of the best pay and play courses in the country.
Word of advice, play mid-week. You will not find a better back nine anywhere. The holes and the views are amazing. Combine this with the fact that each hole is surrounded by high trees making you feel like you could be a million miles from home.
It's the poor man's Wentworth and the best public course I have played. 9/10.
Paul October 27, 2005

I have played regularly at this course for a year now. The course is well maintained and there are beautiful sceneries.
The staff are very friendly and helpful. I have had lessons with one of their instructors Simon Fowler and thought his tuition was of very high standard.
Only serious let down is the lack of chipping and bunker practice area. There is enough land available around why can't they do it?. It would make it easier to book short game lessons as the course is extremely busy at times. The ban on smoking will be very welcome in the club house as it is too smokey in there at times.
Name not supplied February 19, 2006

This course is a relatively good course with some cracking holes, I also agree with other remarks saying that this is a better course than Windlesham. However Pine ridge is over priced for what you get. Long waits on the tees and probably the longest round your ever likely to have the misfortune of playing. I will not be playing here for a long time yet. Hopefully the management will cut the amount of people they let on the course and drop their prices as there are better courses to play in the area which are cheaper.
Name not supplied
April 7, 2006

I have played this course for a few years now and would say that it WAS one of the better places to enjoy your golf. Unfortunately the signs are, that they value cramming as many golfers onto the course as possible, instead of making the round an enjoyable experience. 5 hour rounds are not uncommon (even on a thursday). In my view the course is being overplayed, resulting in tired fairways and below average greens. Not great value for money when they are charging £24 mon-thurs £27 on a friday and £31 on a weekend.
Andy Ellis
May 5, 2006

I played the back 9 yesterday pm, and although a lot of people were playing did not get held up much.
This is a good course for players of all capabilities with some fairly tricky par 3s some easy par 5s.
Good value for money.
Barney
June 22, 2006

Brilliant course, best in the area by a long way. The back 9 is a real treat for golfers of all talents and scenery is breath taking. Very helpful staff for the course and bar. Great bar menu and range of beers. Can be busy at weekends but in my opinion this is a sign of a great course. I play there on Friday mornings never busy and allows you to enjoy the day.
Brilliant course 5 star *****

Ian Morrison
October 6, 2006

Recently played pine ridge(17.4.08) greens were in a poor state, divot central on the fairways and the tees need some repair work. Also took 3 hours to complete the first nine holes...
Shame as its a lovely layout but wont be coming back in a hurry!
Jo C & Jonny M April 17, 2008
Driving Range
Hours Monday - Thursday 8am - 9pm
Friday - Sunday 8am - 8pm
Bays 36 - With a number of simulated greens
Covered Yes
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 21 power tees
Floodlit Yes
Balls
60 Balls £4.00
100 Balls £6.00
Note that prices and opening times may have changed since date of publication






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