9 reviews of Hendon Golf Club
32 of us played yesterday in a society outing. Staff catered for all of our needs and the course was in fantastic condition. Charged £40 for 18 holes, coffee and a roll and lunch. Great value and I can't recommend it enough.
I have played all the local courses and this is by far the best. Have played it many times and yes it can be a bit wet in winter but new drainage over the last year has helped winter golf. Play to your handicap here and you have played well.Great course, great club and great staff.Best played between May and Dec.
Truly a "gem". reminds me of Kingston Heath in Melbourne. coudl be its little brother. Excellent condition given the drought - greens very good. A good course to think your way round. Highly recommended
Lovely golf course. The greens were fantastic and great fair ways. Some tricky holes with small greens, but not the hardest golf course around the area. Reduce green fees after 6:00pm (summer time).
Played here midweek June 06. ( £15 using a county card). A hidden gem .The best course i've played in the North London area so far .A secluded parkland course in a pleasant urban area. Great presentation ,good variety of holes & a nice layout.It also has a big variety of trees lining the fairways & it's a relaxing place to play . Lovely to play on a nice summers day & this would be a good society venue.There are no weak holes & a lot of holes look great off the tee .Great little 110 yard 9th & a tough last 3 hole finish. It's a very fair course & overall i couldn't find fault with anything here. Kevin B.
We have just played this course,it is a gem,the fairways and greens were in perfect condition,evidence the greenkeeper was till working away at 7 o'clock and beyond. The clubhouse has a wonderful verandah overlooking holes 9 and 18,something other clubs particularly news ones could copy.The staff in the clubhouse and pro shop were a credit. All in all a great friendly welcoming club and well worth a visit
I would highly recommend this course although it is deceptively tricky in places (bunkers often 200-220 yards from the tee, just to catch that slightly mis-hit drive) I found the professional and members very friendly and thought it was well worth the £32 green fee for the qaulity of the greens alone Nice terrace overlooking the 18th green and 1st tee for a pint afterwards (visitors welcome)
The best thing about this course is the fact that although it is in outer London it is well enclosed behind trees and so is a far cry from noise, traffic, etc. (Unless there's an athletics meet at the nearby track, in which case expect a round accompanied by blaring tannoy announcements and hip-hop). Overall it is a good course, with excellent greens, etc. Hardest holes are either par 3 6th (long, uphill) or par 4 18th (bunkers in tricky places). Easiest holes are par 4 7th and 15th (almost identical short, downhill holes).
My golf guidebook described this course as a "gem" and a sign of the genius of its designer, the famous Harry Colt (Wentworth etc). I found a well maintained and quite tricky course, which make you plan your shots. However, it lacks a little for natural beauty, being rather flat and having few views of note, other than the next door cemetary. On the plus side, it is relatively quick to get round and the members are genteel and friendly, as is the pro shop. Matt Deal, the resident pro is an excellent coach.
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