5 reviews of Cawder Golf Club
As a mere english man I have played both courses at Cawder on several occasions and I have found the club and it's members very friendly.
The wee course is very forgiving but the big course can be extremely difficult.
I loved every minute I was on the course.
I played Cawder Golf Club as a guest in June this year( 20004) and found it to be in excellent condition, great fairways, fast firm greens, in short an absolute treat to play. Anyone who comments otherwise seems to me to have had a very bad day. The course is scenically wonderful, and on a clear day there is nowhere better to play. Well done Cawder!
I feel that cawder golf couse is the best in the area. Not only are the greens electric they are also far better than anybody could have expected from the weather that our country has enjoyed this year. It hosts many Scottish and British tournaments and to its great credit always puts on a greatshow. My hat must come of to the green keepers who have done a magnificent job maintaining what is a magnificent course.
I thouroughly enjoyed playing the Cawder course this year. The greens were electric and the fairways superbly maintained. The Keir course however lacked any challenge and dissapointed me. I think that this cousre should be altered dramatically and landscaped to offer an exciting alternative to the Cawder course but at the same time not penalising young and old players who appreciate the short length of the holes.
Cawder has just hosted the Scottish Boys Strokeplay Championship and the greens were comfortably the best I have played on this year. I played the course again in there scratch open tournament on Saturday 28th July and it was a pleasure. Former British Amateur Champion and Walker Cup Player Craig Watson commented that the course had the best greens he had seen this year. The Cawder course is a challenge and has many interesting holes.
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