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Ansty Golf Club

Address Ansty Golf Club, Brinklow Road, Ansty, Coventry, CV7 9JL
Telephone 02476 621347
Pro Shop: 024 7662 1341 OR 7660 2568
Website N/A
Email anstygc@hotmail.co.uk
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Holes • 18-hole with water hazards and sand-based greens
• Par 3 Academy course playing host to competitions ranging from Juniors Par 3 Challenges to Steve Webster's Par 3 Open as well as regional qualifying events for Wee Wonders Tournaments.
Yardage 6079
SSS/Par 69/71
Visitors No restrictions. Pay and play
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Societies Welcome, the course is available for society use 7 days a week. No matter how large or small your society the Club can arrange a package to suit your requirements. Telephone in advance.
Green Fees
C per 18 holes / D weekends. Early bird & twilight rates
Course Designer David Morgan - 1990
Location Set in 150 acres of idyllic Warwickshire countryside, between Ansty & Brinklow.
Exit M6 Junction 2, B4065 towards Ansty proceed along B4029.
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Facilities
• Corporate days / Weddings / Meetings and Conferences
• Fully stocked Pro Shop / Full repair service / Powakaddys for hire
• Driving Range (see information below), Large putting green, practice area
• PGA Tuition / Junior Coaching
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Reviews

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I've played this course weekends, midweek and in all weathers and it's both a relaxed day out and a fair challenge. I've not seen anyone take it apart despite remarks that it's relatively straightforward and competition results over recent seasons confirm that view.
It's pay and play, not a pretentious old school set-up but, for all that, I've not found it any more time consuming to complete a round than anywhere else and most groups are happy to let faster players through and the staff are happy to advise about likely hold-ups and whether a back nine start might be best.
Furthermore the course stands up well to the weather so you're virtually certain to get a game. For me the wind and side-slopes pose the most threat rather than the bunkers and streams and, being pay-and-play the greens aren't always the smoothest possible when it's busy due to some folk not bothering to smooth their pitch marks. Altogether though, it's a satisfying test, an attractive grassland course with extensive views, adequate driving range, practice green, par three course and even a football option. There's a good pro's shop, okay bar and the atmosphere's not so stuffy as to become pernickety.
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
Tony Elsby December 6, 2016

Just played this course today (28/05/2011) and i have got to say we were not over impressed.The good things about this course are that the greens,fairways are kept very well and the staff seemed very friendly.
Now for the bad....the hole's seem very easy with wide fairways but the problem was that the holes were just very straight,up the first down the second and so on.You had a few ponds but nothing to put you off,same with the bunkers there were a few scatterd around but the only way you will go in them will be because you have sliced your shot.At £21 a round we just felt this was very poor.The other thing i might add is that there was very slow play on this course it took us 5 and a quarter hours to go round as the four ball in front were so slow that we were just getting fed up,we also noticed on are way round that we seen three lots of 5balls so no wonder it was taking so long for people to move along,it wouldnt take that long for one of the staff to go round on a buggy to check this out.This course could offer so so much BUT we get the feeling its more like they won't your money faster than they want you to return.SHAME.Will we come back.........Not on your Nelly,Great staff! but very poor attitude from golfers on the course.
Value For Money: Poor
Mark: 3
stuart macdonald May 28, 2011

The course is a testing course with some very good holes, but it is spoilt by the attitude of the staff to complaints about slow play,i.e. three hours to play nine holes and five and three quarter hours for eighteen. The slow play was only due to the fact that a "society" of mainly of non-players were allowed on to the course dressed for a day on the beach. The staff did nothing to speed play up and could not give a dam. If you can play golf don't bother coming here in the summer. 2/10
Dave Cottom July 25, 2010

I have played this course a few times, couple in summer and couple in winter and overall state i would give it 5 out of 10. The course is let down by its relaxed discipline which you don't get by well established golf courses for example they have a sign saying we open no matter the weather which is ok but then buggies and trolleys should not be used but yet you find people on buggies ripping up the fairways when it's been raining for days and still raining, it's just too relaxed this then makes it hard for ground staff to maintain it in summer due to the damaged caused in winter.
Then as a previous post mentioned any one can play no matter what you're wearing they don't even force that you have to wear golf shoes just turn up in trainers and rip the greens apart, as long as you pay you play motto they have is not good.
This could be a quality course if they enforced a stricter policy to get rid of the cowboy players who can't be bothered to wear trouser or shirt or shoes which are the same people who can't be bothered to replace divots, if they can do this i would say this course could be a 9 out of 10 course as it does have good holes only ruined buy playing of mud due to relaxed rules in winter and putting through divots due to cowboy players once again due to relaxed rules.
Steven

Played Ansty Golf Centre recently and was very happy to see the improvement in the course, the greens rolled well, the fairways were defined and overall this fair priced pay and play course is well worth a visit. Many thanks to all the friendly staff who made us feel very welcome! Obviously the chap with the previous comment was having a bad day!!99!!!!!
Luke

Played this course today and was put off when I noticed the total lack of respect for the dress code before we even got to the first tee. This course can be fantastic if a lot of TLC was given to it and strong measures given to uphold a high standard of dress that would in turn attract more low handicap players and club members.
Phil Smith

There was 4 of us played the Ansty Golf Course in July, and we had a splendid day there. The course was in A1 condition, the greens were brill and the fairways had plenty of green on them considering the dry summer we are having. We thought the layout was good with some interesting holes. Anyone who is thinking of playing there don't be put off with the other comments, give it a go. Cheers 4 fron 4 very happy guys.
Very nice course that has been run down in the past, but I must say that the recent greens staff have worked hard to improve this course over the last 2yrs! Well done guys! (although they do need more greenkeeping staff!).
Mike
Driving Range
Hours 6am-9pm Weekends
Bays 20
Covered Part-covered
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit N/A
Prices Range balls start at only £1 per basket (approx 25 balls)
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