4 reviews of Bridgend and District Golf Club
As a beginner to golf I had a great two days here in October.
Like other courses in Scotland Bridgend has suffered due to the seemingly unending rain of frankly biblical proportions but no-one can control the weather...
It is a 9 hole course on undulating pakland.
I thoroughly enjoyed the course, finding it both challenging and rewarding. There are really some grand holes. Blind greens, short par 3s - with out of bounds close enough to the greens to plant bogies on you card - and long long par 5s.
I recomend the course. It was fun, value for money and kept me buzzing all the way around. Ideal for a novice as during the week it aint mobbed.
The greens were kept very well.
This must be one of the poorest golf courses in Scotland. It is really dire. On the day I played with a friend the course was frankly a mess. Clover covered all the fairways and the whole course seemed badly designed. I appreciate that they have limited space but a lot more could be done with the space that they have.
Just played the course yesterday along with a member of Burntisland and another from Canmore. Both visitors agreed that it's a superbly maintained course and is maturing well. Having just joined, this was my first round, and I wasn't disappointed. The course isn't going to feature on the European tour in the next six months, but it's good value for money and it's challenging enough for a beginner like myself and my two guests who are far more experienced golfers. Overall, a well laid out course using the land to the best advantage, with sufficiently technical sections on some holes to make you think about your game.
An uninteresting, badly planned, and on the day we went it was badly maintained, 9 holes. I also believe it is over-priced in comparison with other 9 hole pay and play courses in the area.
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