Mount Pleasant Golf Club

Mount Pleasant Golf Club, Henlow, East of England, England, SG16 6JL

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9 reviews of Mount Pleasant Golf Club

I have played the best courses all over the country yet can still enjoy coming to a friendly well run nice little 9 hole track that is mount pleasent. Dont get me wrong, it isnt great, but it is decent, a bit overpriced, but nearly always in good condition. My son and I tend to come here at the start of the season, and both enjoy the fact that even in Feb / early March, it's normally in good nick. Very friendly place.

Posted by martin on 20/05/2013
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Overall Rating 3
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  • Green conditions 4
  • Clubhouse 4
  • Course challenge 2
  • Staff service 4
  • Value for money 3
  • Green conditions 4
  • Clubhouse 4
  • Course challenge 2
  • Staff service 4
  • Value for money 3

Played Mount Pleasant last Friday and we were very pleased with the set-up there. Some improvements since last played 18 months ago-particularly the use of different tee boxes for the back 9 and the quality of the greens (excellent). Very enjoyable golf, good use of water where possible and very friendly staff. Recommended!

Posted by Ian Ginns on 12/06/2002

Following on from all the other comments I thought I would add my own . Ihave just plated Henlow in the wind and the rain and can report that in these condtions whilst its still a bit short it is rather more difficult .Like so many 9 hole courses the fairways are a bit tight and can have you thinking your driving is poor when its fine .I n short a nice well maintained course not ideal for the bigineer but worth trying . 5/10

Posted by Barry P on 09/10/2001

A great course, ideal for beginning/improving golfers. Greens always in superb condition, a credit to the green keepers. Good value for money with a couple of challenging holes, especially the 11th.

Posted by Dan Sims on 03/09/2001

Overall disappointing. Probably ideal for the beginner but far too open and although a young course still to mature found fairways very stony and greens of an uneven pace. In saying that ideal for twilight rounds as course is so short.

Posted by steve on 15/08/2001

a small but friendly course. Run by Mr and Mrs Simkins for about 10 years. Greens are always well maintained, and visiters are wellcome. A good chalenge for beginers, and experienced players alike. We will be coming to the course this friday and are going to enjoy a good evening.

Posted by Matthew Winch on 16/05/2001

Graham has either not played this course or he has a personal grudge. Mount Pleasant must be one of the best maintained courses in the area. It never seems to be shut except by snow! After 7 months of wet the greens are still in great shape,& the temporaries are only played when it is frosty. Beginers are made very welcome and the staff are always helpful and friendly.

Posted by Andy 25.4.01 on 26/04/2001

Very disapointing course, somewhat likened to a ploughed field, that has been grassed over. Even fairways are rough (watch out for lost balls !). Whilst on the 3rd hole, someone stole the ball off the green. No dress code, anything goes attitude.

Posted by Graham on 24/08/2000

Very friendly club, and well maintained. Exposed course but doesn't get too much wind. Still a young course with many small trees, and the ditch (with water in some places, dry in others) on the 2nd, 7th, 8th and 9th holes. Also tight out of bounds on some holes. Great value for money, especially on summer weekday evenings.

Posted by Geoff Clarke on 13/08/1999

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