5 reviews of Beaconsfield Golf Club
Played as a first-time visitor on an overcast Saturday in late-March, as part of a club-match, and had an excellent time: this is a testing and excellent layout, with no hole the same and never boring. Members said a new greenkeeper was working brilliantly of late to re-do most bunkers (and similar things), and I'd love to play here again in the height of summer. Clubhouse was traditional and impressive; members friendly. A railway seems to bisect the course (but has no negative impact). An unsightly tower-block startles in what otherwise seem rural surrounds (it overlooks the 15th green) but apparently it's being pulled down in the coming years. Very enjoyable: I'd love to have another crack at this course.
Lovely course, in great condition.Not a boring hole anywhere.
Measures 6575 yds off the back, which is a good length.
Not flat at all.A lot of holes are on side slopes, so even a good tee shot will leave an awkward second.
Great value for £30 with a County card.We are definitely going back!
what a superb course, a pleasure to play, lovely true greens, well presented and always in great condition.
A great course in every sense,infinately playable for all standards of golfer,flat but not boring,excellent clubhouse,greens always good,easy access from London via Marylebone train station to Seer Green25 mins to doorstep,best to call first but hardly ever busy,good value even at over £30.00
The course has been established for around 100 years and it showed in the best possible way. The clubhouse had an old worldly charm lost by so many courses where you have wear a jacket and tie in the main bar after 7pm. The changing room had leather Chesterfields and lockers were the old Oak variety. That said everyone was very friendly.
The real beauty was the course where every hole was tree-lined and the whole course greens, fairways and tees were well irrigated. The greens were the fastest I'd come across except the West at Wentworth. The roll was true and they held a flighted ball. Most of the holes were visually appealing purely because of the well kept nature of the course but the best two holes were probably the SI 1, 6th a dogleg right which requires a 250 yds shot to the top of the hill and 5-iron over a deep gully to a well kept green. Apparently the house next to the 7th tee is the perk of the Secretary - nice work if you can get it.
The other great hole was the Par 3, 12th which had OB on the right and anything short or right went into ravine (where I ended up, bring your ice-axe)
In summary a great parkland steeped in tradition go play it if you can.
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