5 reviews of Marple Golf Club
A pretty short course, which is a bonus for me being a high handicapper lacking a bit of power! This isnt an issue though because your attention is focused on getting the ball around this tricky little track. The greens are fairly easy to putt on thanks to how well they are kept. Very friendly atmosphere here as well, which is a bonus obviously. Value for money is great as well so I would definately recommend it to any golfer...even you long hitters will enjoy the test!
played marple for the first time monday. nice welcome in pro shop good start. standing on first tee 4 members asked if we would like to play ahead of them really nice of them.you dont get that very often. course not long but a good test of skill. fish and chips in club after nice. great day nice course and all for £15 bargain cheers.
Visited Marple with our Society again as the members enjoyed it the last time. Marple is not a long course but it needs negotiating carefully (similar to Peover GC). The Course was very well manicured throughout. The greens are generally fairly flat and all were in excellent condition. It is an ideal Golf Course for a Society visit, and would suit all levels of Handicaps. It has good facilities and the staff were all helpful and friendly. Can be a bit tricky to find but worth a visit.
The course was in very good condition for early in the year, the green were a credit to the club. The order of play has recently been changed giving an even challene all the way round. Although the course is not long (5552yds) it is a good test of your irons, some of the holes are tight due to righ hand out of bounds (slicers nightmare). There is a nice par 3 hole it is 232yds called 'The Gamble' on which you need to have a 190yd carry. On the whole an enjoyable friendly course, with good food. A good society day course.
Although wet due to the winter storms, the course was generally in good condition (mainly due to the use of personal mats used on tees and fairways.) Although the use of the mats detracted from the enjoyment our group of golfers (11 to 18 handicaps) enjoyed the challenge. The first three or so holes offer any level of golfer a serious challenge with length being a pre-requisite. Unfortunatley this is not continued through the back nine where at least 4 of the holes are "reachable " par fours. I would recommend this course if you enjoy playing social golf, and I would expect to score near or better than your handicap.
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