5 reviews of Chedington Court Golf Club
The lovely Chedington Court GC has finally closed for good Mid december 2010. After a few years of mal-administration, the club was put into receivership in the Autumn and the powers that be have decided to sell it all to a neighbouring farmer who is taking it back into farming. Such a shame that so many peoples hard work over the years has been allowed to get to this situation of permanent closure
I played Chedington Court twice in July 2010. My reception was first class and I have nothing but the highest praise for the staff, particularly KATE who was great. The course is most picturesque and was in jolly good nick when I was there.
A delightful course that we really should not have been allowed to play. Without a doubt the course should have been closed or at least on temporary greens. The design makes for interesting challenging golf on the majority of holes. We all left feeling like we'd like to return in the spring or summer, but wondering at the same time what condition the greens and fairways would be in after a long wet winter of heavy use !
Green fees now cost 18.00 weekdays and 22.00 weekends and bank holidays. The 10 hole green fee is no longer available.
A very picturesque course set down in a valley surrounded by Woodland, some challenging holes with genuine course management required all round the course. The 7th and 10th are both drivable but with trees in your way its a brave and accurate shot required! Described by 2-fore-1 as one of the prettiest courses in the country. Doing a winter deal of unlimited golf, and any meal from the menu, weekdays only - £17.00
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