6 reviews of Ross-on-Wye Golf Club
Day 5 of our tour, homeward bound after we had dropped in on this course. Very easy to find, just off the M50, but beware, very strange exit off the motorway, straight to a Tee junction. We arrived an hour early, but the friendly pro shop allowed us out behind a group of ladies, we gave them 20 minute start and never saw them again. A nice course, tree lined, so accuracy very important to keep the ball in play and hit the fairways. Several holes rather up & down and I can’t really remember any particular hole, some inclines on the back nine but nothing too severe. Constant traffic noise from the motorway, but bearable, pleasant clubhouse but not many people using it, quite reasonable prices. The good weather held for our round and the 3 hour drive home, overall a good week, topped by our return to Rolls of Monmouth earlier in the week.
played here yesterday 23 August in their 4 Man Open and found the course in great condition. Almost every hole is tree lined and driving accuracy is paramount. The greens were excellent and quite fast with subtle borrows which we struggled to read. This is not an easy walking course and an electric trolley is advisable. The reception we received was friendly and efficient but it is obvious that this club has strict dress codes etc and is somewhat old-fashioned (not a bad thing). The golfing experience is wonderful (if you drive well) and is quite a challenge with several long par 4's and only three par 3's. I would immediately place Ross-on-Wye amongst the best courses I have played and would be most happy to return, although I will not carry next time. The cost in the comp was £32.50 with food but I suspect the normal green fee is much more than that.
Played here on30th march with 7 friends...thats makes 8 people who had a cracking days golf. Although there were a few temp greens due to the rain the day before this by no means made a bad day of it. in fact it brought the fee down to 15 quid and what a BARGAIN. Every single hole had something about it, be it narrow tree lined fairways (nearly all of them, straight drives are a must) or neat dog legs, towering trees in the fairway it all made you think what you needed to do as opposed to just bombing it miles with no chance of trouble. The staff in the pro shop could not have been more friendly (thanks Kate) even down to phoning us prior to the round to inform us of the course conditions as we had a 2 hour journey to the course. Greens were in great condition, true, fast and challenging while not being too troublesome. All in all a fantastic little course that we've all said we are coming back to in june when the many trees are thick with leaves just to make it that little bit tighter!!!! Go play it, you won't be disappointed!
We received a very freindly welcome at the course, on the 1st Nov, a bright sunny day & had a great time. The course is quite challenging with wayward drives being severely punnished but good tee shots can be very rewarding. The leaves on the ground made it quite difficult to find your ball at times but the greenkeepers were working hard to remove them. The greens were in very good condition and had a true roll. This is a thouroughly enjoyable course with very friendly staff and members.
played this one with a county card for 1/2 price, lovely course very well kept greens were excellent, fairways neat and tidy, had a bad days golf all my own fault played awful,shame it,s a really good course, would have gone into the club house but i felt to young (i,m 50)it,s a very posh club, and no i,m not knocking it
One of the finest Inland courses I have played. Narrow tree lined fairways and superb greens. Very friendly reception.
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