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Grange Park Golf Club

Address Grange Park Golf Club, Upper Wortley Road, Kimberworth, Rotherham, S61 2SJ
Telephone 01709 558884
Website www.grangeparkgolfclub.org
Email enquiries@grangeparkgolfclub.org
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Holes 18-hole scenic Parkland course with water hazards and panoramic views over the Yorkshire countryside
Yardage 6,145
SSS 71
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Course Designer Designed by Fred Hawtree. Est. 1971
Location M1 Junction 35 turn towards Rotherham 2 miles from junction on right hand side.
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Cracking course. Fairways & greens were in great nick. Green fees were reasonable. Only downside was the scruffy paths and tee areas.
Boski

We played this course for the first time prior to a competition in Dorset. It is truely a hidden gem. The course is Parkland with stunning views, quite long with the 18th on cardiac hill. The staff and members welcomed us as if we were members ourselves, we have already booked a society day at this hidden gem.
Alex North Lincolnshire

A great golf course with many testing holes. A tricky finish that can spoil many cards. Each hole is a test in its own right. If I have a gripe, it is the bunkers are a little sparse with sand in places and I lost three golf balls when the ball was from a blind tee shot down the centre. Fabulous views of Sheffield, open to the elements in places but all in all a great course for under £20 per round.
Garry Walker

I played Grange Park in January of 2006. The course layout is great for a course of its type with great views over Sheffield and Rotherham, but take heed of this: DO NOT PLAY THIS COURSE IN THE WINTER. I was told (after paying a non refundable green fee) that trollies were banned, not ideal when you only have a 10 inch trolley bag with you. The course was so wet it was unplayable, so quickly became an ordeal I endured for 11 holes before I gave up. The clubhouse is comfortable and the welcome was warm until the stroke of 3pm when we were unceremoniously ejected with the words of the stewardess ringing in my ears "we close at 3 you know". Thank god I hadn't played 18 and trudged up hell hill at 3.05pm. I might have cried.
Give it a go, but wait till May.
Richie
Driving Range
Hours 8am-8pm
Weekdays 7.30am-8pm
Bays 32
Covered 32
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit 32
Prices No Info






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