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Newbold Comyn Golf Club

Address Newbold Comyn Golf Club, Newbold Terrace East, Leamington Spa, CV32 4EW
Telephone 01926 421157
Website www.mackgolf.co.uk/courses/newbold-comyn
Email ncbookings@macktrading.net
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Holes 18 - The front 9 is set out as a parkland layout, whereas the back 9 has been designed as a links style golf course. Extensive views over the town and surrounding area with established woodland and copses throughout.
• 9-hole Pitch & Putt Course
Yardage 6315
Par 70
Visitors No restrictions. Book 1 week in advance weekends
Societies Welcome. Contact the Professional. Packages.
Green Fees
Weekdays- B per round
Sat-Sunday and Bank Holidays - C weekends
Course Designer 1973
Location Based in the historic town of Royal Leamington Spa, 0.75m E of town centre off B4099
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Facilities
• Golf Lessons / Junior Academy
• Pitch and putt area, practice area and public house on site
• Function room, Heated indoor swimming pool, gymnasium
• Disabled access
• Free parking
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Reviews

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Havent played this for 20 years until now. Superb course and the greens were the best I have seen this summer - amazing for a municipal couse. Great value for money - some long holes especially the par 3's.
Playing over cardiac hill was great!!
Not for the faint hearted though buggies are available
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 9
Gary Weatherhead August 2, 2011

"I would be keen for people to know that since Mack Golf took over in April 2010, the course condition has improved dramatically. It looked fantastic when I visited last week."
Michael Roberts - Mack Golf - April 5, 2011

Interesting course with some challenging holes and fine views from the hilltops. Par 3s disappointing. Apart from one very short hole, the others are too similar (very long).
The front edge of the bunker next to the 17th green is lined by vertical line of wooden fencing posts. There may be other similar bunkers as well (but we escaped them). If your ball finishes close to this wooden barrier and you don't happen to clear the tops of these high posts (as I didn't) the ball ricochets off them at considerable speed. I am amazed that such a danger is allowed on a municipal course.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 4/10
Noel Jones August 16, 2010






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