16 reviews of Pinner Hill Golf Club
An excellent course.
I had often been told that Pinner Hill was a lovely course which was both challenging and also beautiful to look at but unfortunately I was never free to be able to play on the public open days before. As luck would have it however I was very lucky and won a works competition to play a round of golf at Pinner Hill with Francis Lee the guy who created TALES OF MIDNIGHT So I filmed him going around the opening holes on what turned out to be a very windy day and yet he still managed to par the first two holes. Not only did he turn out to be a really nice guy but he also proved to be a very competent golfer who had managed to tame Pinner Hill course which as I discovered is NOT an easy thing to do. It was such an enjoyable day playing that beautiful course that I decided to post the footage that I shot on YOUTUBE to show people that EVEN ON A WINDY DAY that you could play this lovely course and still have lots of fun shooting a very good score if you respected the course and played sensible shots. If you want to see the footage on YOUTUBE just click on the following link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZeRyB9oqjk Needless to say I will make sure that I am back at this great course before too long, however hopefully it will not be so windy.
Absolutely Fantatstic. One of my favourite courses in and around london. playing tomorrow cant wait
I've just played my upteenth hugely enjoyable round of golf at Pinner Hill and I remain astonished that on a glorious June day the car park was practically empty. People, you must play this course. It is visually stunning,unbelievably peaceful and whilst not long, it is a good test of your game and it is simply a great days golf. Played on a Public Day(Weds + Thurs)for £18.50 and if theres a more enjoyable days golf to be had for that price inside the M25 then i must be missing something very special indeed. Full marks to all at Pinner, greenkeepers especially, as this year it is in the best nick i've ever seen it. A word of caution to those who don't do hills. It's called Pinner Hill with good reason. Not at all easy walking but your effort is rewarded with spectacular views over all of London and all in a wonderfully tranquil setting. Friendly clubhouse ,cheap beer and some evil greens. Great fun. Go there.
Hiya keep it up pinner hill! lovin the club loyld is fab :d girls if you want to play golf join pinner hill :d Rahee B 15 years old xxx
Played this course over the last two saturdays just gone 16/07/05 and 09/07/05 mainly due to a previous recomendation on this site. I would like to say that this course is a true test of your golf game give it a go you won't be disappointed From the moment you enter Pinner Hill its self it gives you the wow factor because of the beautiful house's on the estate The course is not the longest but it is very technical. The days we played it the fairways were very dry which made it play even shorter greens in very good condition though Great views over London and in general a lovely ambience around the whole place, maybe because the weather was so good that probably helped I truly recommend this course and I play a lot in Kent, Surrey, Herts, and Essex this one is up there regarding a test.
A tough course that if you play regularly will make all others seem easy. Large undulating greens, long par fours, and never an even lie. At £17 a round on Weds and Thurs, one of the best value courses in the London area. Well worth a visit.
Pinner Hill is a unique golf club as it has a huge junior section with its own personal organizer (Lloyd). Lloyd is fun and friendly he is just the best. The members are all wonderful. They'll all be willing to help and be at you're assistance if need be. Pinner Hill is perfect for any standard of golf and most importantly it makes playing golf just that little bit more fun!
Im 14 years old and have been playing at Pinner hill for around 6 months. the course is nearly always in excellent condition and the junior organiser Lloyd is fantastic
I play this course a couple of times every year and the only way to describe it is a hidden gem. Tucked away on private estate, with an imposing Victorian clubhouse, this course defies all first impressions and is a friendly club open to the public on Wed and Thurs with a tricky, quirky course. The par fives can be reached in two with a driver then a long or mid iron, but there are some long par 4's which only the longest hitters can hope to reach in regulation. The secret to Pinner Hill, however, is its greens. Small, fast and with some severe slopes, these can be a real test of your nerve. If you manage a round without 3 putting you're a genius!
Played this course for the first time at the weekend. Absolutely agree with the other favourable comments. The greens were in amazing condition for the time of year (mid Jan), it didn't feel like an urban course at all, many of the par fours are testing but fair and there's great variety. The pro was very friendly too. Don't be put off by the location or rather exclusive sign on the members' carpark - it's a lovely course.
Played on a public day, some reachable downhill par 5's and some challenging 400+ yard par 4's. Friendly staff as well and overall great value at £15.
At £15.00 a round on public days (Wednesdays and Thursdays) it's a bargain. It is the best course open to the public around London. I know. I've played them all!
Public days Wednesdays & Thursdays, green fees £15 per head, book in advance (cash & cheques only). The course is in pretty good condition at the moment although the greens are a little slow. Improvements to the course have been worthwhile. Watchout for the 464yd(Yellow)par 4 7th!
This is one of my favourite treats. To play Pinner on Wednesday or Thursday (public days). Great value with very nice atmosphere. The course is well laid out and maintained and provides some tough challenges. Quite a gentle start (providing you don't hook your drive) that leads into a nicely balanced round of golf. Pinner should be congratulated on openning their course to us public golfers. It's a pity that more clubs do not do this.
A quite unexpected golfing wonder on the edge of London suburbia. This course is great fun offering all manor of challenges, the 17th really unusual. Seek out this awkwardly located course, especially on public days, great value for money and grand facilities.
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