Milbrook Golf Club
Milbrook Golf Club, Cuffley, East of England, England, SG13 8RD
12 reviews of Milbrook Golf Club
Played Milbrook on lovely Friday in October. The course played well was a challenge and has some interesting and varied holes. It certainly is a long walk and you are seemingly going up hill on most of the holes. However it was hard not to be a little dissapointed by the course. Its very poorly signposted and the tee boxes are either not completed or in need of some maintenance.Our fourball enjoyed the course but felt with some decent investment it could be a real gem. For us the plus points a course relatively empty and hence relaxing to play, with plenty of variety. The negatives tee boxes, signposts and bunkers all need some real work. Cost us £18 a head when we finished the club house was closed so we went to the pub over the road. Would we play again? Perhaps but there is plenty of competition in the area offering deent alternatives at around the same price
Played Milbrook this weekend after avoiding for over 2 years due to very poor greens, tees and bunkers. I am happy to report that the greens, although not brillant are much better than before, the tees have improved although they have cut different colour poly pipe to mark competion, mens and women. The course itself was very challeging as before and quite a trek to walk. To be able to turn up on a Sunday at 1pm and go straight of without booking and not queing on any hole was brillant. £20 a bit steep but would happily play there again. The staff are very freindly and i am happy for the bloke who runs the course as he seems like a nice guy. Still room for improvment that i am sure will come with time.
I was apprehensive looking at the previous reviews but this is not the worst course in the world. No queing at the weekend the fairways are in good condition. The bad points poor tee's, the green's are like putting on concrete though it was a little frosty. Whilst not worth £20 not as bad as I feared. A tough course but it does make you think on almost every hole.
This has to be the worse course I have EVER played. Endless blind tee shots and very poor greens. All that was missing were some grazing cows as this place really is a cow field. £20 for a round is outrageous for this place, some where in the region of £4.50 would be a more realistic price. Play somewhere else.
I'm trying to be more optermistic that the last review buts it difficult. It was wet but then again its Feb and the weather has been poor. There was lots of work going on but no workers but and i can see they are trying to improve the course from when i last played here which was when it had just opened. Went over for twilight but had to pay £12 for 9 holes (fair enough).The tees are non existant, greens just not improved enough from when I was last here, but least they are trying to shape the course in places. No bunkers at all and I'm not convinced on the new hole plan (ie hole 1 being a par 3) My main gripe is the price being £18 for a round this is far to high for this course especially when others not far away are far better. Nice staff and i hope they get the course looking how they wish but for now I would leave alone.
one word ...awful. Despite being described as being an inland links do not be fooled. Haven't played a worse course in years. Awful mossy greens, terrible tee conditons and poor course maintenance. Not one bunker in play! Need i say more. Don't waste your money!!
A fantastic golf course which is improving all the while, with great views of the countryside and nearby forest, very testing greens with many contours and tiers, big hitters will feel at home along with shot shapers, no waiting around in queues due to over excessive tee times crammed in together, a very enjoyable course I thought.
A great new course, played it many times and the more you play it the better it seems to get. A real golfing challenge, definetly a course worth playing!
On arrival it is an inspiring sight and immediately you know you've got a challenge on your hands. It plays very well and is a great challenge. The greens are hard to access on some holes but overall it is an awesome experience. One of the hardest holes is the 'fifth'. An uphill hole with an elevated green with trees down either side at all times, and a mischievious bunker which will catch a stray drive. Well worth the money. Expect to work hard to keep to your handicap.
Played here midweek January 06 ( £16 each ). Horrendous slog set on the steep slope of an old farmers field. Possibly the least enjoyable course that i've played (& i've played quite a few )& a course that looks as if it was built on the smallest budget possible . I can't think of one positive thing to say about it. Wormcasty fairways , patchy tees & severely sloping greens infested with moss. The 1st bunker i went in i damaged my club by hitting a stone that was in the sand under the ball & i subsequently dropped out of all future bunkers. Repeatedly traipsing up & down the steep hill becomes a real chore & the layout & particularly the design features are disappointing. Described as an inland links but this must be a joke. One to avoid. Kevin B.
One of the finest par fours I have ever played "6 hole", The best challange I have had on a golf coarse for years,
the hardest par 70 ive ever playedlooks like its been there forever considering its only 3 years old...the only thing missing is a driving range. if you play it bring lots of balls!
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