5 reviews of Chartridge Park Golf Club
Living locally in Amersham, and not being a member of any golf club, Chartridge Park offers excellent golf for welcomed visitors. I have now played the course over half a dozen times, some rounds in the heart of winter, and still no temporary greens. The course is seemingly always in cracking nick irrespective of the time of year, and the club are constantly improving it with new tees. The greens are excellent, and to me the sign of a well looked after course is the maintenance and quality of the bunkers (i.e. no stones and regularly raked by the ground staff). The club is always welcoming of visitors, and is actively supportive of the junior members and beginners. There are no rude stuck up members and a friendly bar with good food. In fact 18 holes of golf plus ham, egg and chips on a Saturday afternoon is ONLY £15! Best bargain in the south east of England. Highly recommended and I would become a member if I wasn’t moving out of the area. Five Stars.
Our golf team played here with the home side hosting. And i can honestly say you will not be hosted by a golf club as good as CPGC, Eric who runs things down there deserves his money he earns, a big thankyou to Eric. The course itself was immaculate for the time of year we played (December),It is a course you can not take to lightley for a par 69, as it will bite you hard where it hurts. The members themselves were very warming to making us very welcome. Infact there is nothing bad to say about CPGC, All the staff in all deparments work so hard to make your day very enjoyable.
The course is undergoing some rework which looks like it will be largely finished by early summer 2008.
It's a mixed bag of holes. From the short, open 1st hole, you'd be forgiven in thinking it was an overly simple course... however, it opens up into some longer, slightly more challenging holes. The back 9 nine are quite varied and you're frequently playing against the side of a hill, where the holes have been well thought out, presenting several very challenging holes.
It's a very good course - friendly staff, nice members and I would say by the summer, it's will be in my top 5 for the area
OK, so winter golf might not be terrific at Chartridge but the restrictions are justified when you play the course on a glorious May day as i recently have. I found the course to be reasonably interesting and it's refreshing to play a course that tests your irons more than your driver.Quite hilly through the middle but good fun and at £15 pound a peaceful and tranquil bargain.Staff were friendly and helpful. One gripe, the bar was the smallest i've ever seen in a golf club.
I was a member at this friendly club. The course is interesting with some challenging holes and natural hazards. However the course is short and some members have difficulty playing to their handicaps elsewhere.
The greens are slow and are not very receptive in summer. The fairways are hard with plenty of roll in summer but become very soggy in winter. The course drains poorly and is best played in summer.
A lot of work has been done to improve the condition of the course which is now above that of a municiple course but below that of most members clubs. The green fees represent reasonable value.
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