9 reviews of Patshull Park Hotel, Golf and Country Club
Played our annual golf day there Monday and this is a top,top venue. Great course, good variety of holes, some reachable par 5's, short par4's and some long par 4's. great test for all aspects of your game. Greens were in superb condition and very receptive. All in all a great course set in fabulous surroundings. We had bacon roll and coffee for breakfast and chicken, potatoes and veg for main meal with profiteroles for dessert, all really nice. Will definitely be returning!!
Played here recently in good weather as part of a large group. This can be a busy course with not only a large club membership, but the venue seems popular with golf societies as well as a hotel offering golf packages. On a Friday afternoon our 4 balls took 5 hours to complete the round. I think the majority of our group found the course difficult with only a few playing their to their handicap. The course is a relatively flat and open parkland course with just one hill coming into play on 4 holes. Several of the early holes play with water on the right hand side so prove a challenge for players with a slice. We found the holes near the water to be a bit damp under foot and we suspected the course could be a bit wet under foot in the winter. The first hole is a bit strange playing adjacent to the clubhouse and car park on the right hand side. If our group is anything to go by the car park and hotel grounds must get showered with balls. It's a long first hole and wouldn't be any less enjoyable if they brought the tees forward by 70 yards. The last few holes I found disappointing, being relatively open and close together and with a lot of 4 balls playing there were golfers everywhere! Greens and fairways seemed in reasonably good condition and for the price paid (£15) it was good value.
A very pretty course, played in Oct 10, it can be difficult with a gew card wrekers, the 5th especially, was boggy and the greens were generally poor. not worth £40!!
Played this course on 14/10/2008 as part of a 3 ball booked at a discount thro direct tee times.com. The weather was super for autumn and the scenery midway round the course was spectacular. Apart from the slightly tatty areas around some tees the course was in fine condition. My only niggle as a first timer to the course was a lack of signs between tees particularly when crossing to the tee on the other side of the lake. There was a good variety of holes which should challenge golfers of all handicaps. The large greens and occasional long par 4 (e.g par 4 459yd 12th) certainly tested our group! Despite not playing anywhere near our handicaps we all thoroghly enjoyed our day and have vowed to return. Just a comment on the food-the chilli and chips in the hotel restaurant was tasty and fulsome and just what we needed to end our day out!
What a course found it most enjoyable, greens were nice and quick fareways in excellent condition,bunkers all raked and free from debris, very friendly folk, starter was very helpful,cant wait to play it again. 100% to the green keepers.
I stayed at the hotel and played over a very wet weekend with a group of mixed ability golfers. All enjoyed playing the course, especially the high handicappers. It was in good general condition (ignoring flooding greens and standing water on fairways - the weather was exceptional). The course is packed into too small an area and there are too many very short par 4s. However, there are also many good holes with elevation changes, ponds and ditches to negotiate. The scenery is outstanding and there are several manificent specimin trees around. We came across some unfriendly members who demanded to be let through despite the entire course being full. The hotel and food were very good.
Played in a six ball on the 09/08/05 on a 2 for 1 voucher, just as well I would have been very upset to have to shell out the full £40. The course is very pretty but is well worn and quite tatty in places. We got as far as the third when the green staff decided to dump sand, (why in Aug with no rain beats me), on all the greens, making putting a joke, no explanation, no reduction in fees. This is a very tight course and with the holes running parallel to each other in a relatively tight space, take your crash helmet! In summary some interesting holes, but definitely not worth the price, with or without the sand.
Played here on a golf break in July 2005. The course was suffering from lack of rain, and most of the fairways were very hard and brown, although the greens were well watered and rather slow for the time of year. The hotel and surroundings are lovely, but overall the course feels a bit squashed in with a lot of tees and greens very close together. Good for higher handicappers, but not much of a challenge for better players.
Well worth a Golf Break. Once over the Lake, the holes on the 'island' were lovely with the old cedar trees towering around you. The greens were well manicured as were the fairways. A good test of golf for all Handicaps. The hotel was nice with plenty of facilities and great food. Prices were reasonable.
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