10 reviews of Cheadle Golf Club
had a great day, course is good, winter greens are as good as the summer ones, the new drainage has made dry fairways and the greens are flat, needed to use sat nav as new course to me, i went round in 75 and my mate 87, great food afterwards and the pro gave back my cleaned clubs and free voucher for buggies next time
played bank holiday monday, quite busy as they have the bank the money comp. everyone who plays pays a £1, the pot is for the best card of the day, everyone can enter even guests, as the course was dry there was plenty of run and the greens are fast, the leaves are on the trees now and makes the course narrow, you have to be a good straight shot, any off centre shots then you are in the woods or in the stream, the brand new buggie had sat nav and a cool box, on the 15th if you do it in 2 you get a box of balls (12) and go in to the monthly draw, to win a weeks golf trip to spain, after the game we had a few drinks on a nice meal, all you can eat buffett £9.50, (mon-thur) i went round in 97, Dave 78, pete 82, and cool colin in 77, he plays of 4 , overal would play again, not for the beginner as it is a hard course
We recieved a very warm welcome and was offered a very fair price to play 9 holes. The course was in good condition even if the green were a bit on the long side therefore making them a bit slow. Tee boxes good and bunkers good (at least that's what my playing partner told me).
Only disappointment was that when we came off at 3.30 there were no facilities for either a drink or something to eat.
this was a fun day, got here late, hoped to be there for the morning song, but got stuck in traffic.
played with my old friend gladis smythe, boy she can talk, after 4 holes we had lost 7 balls, this is a hard course when the stream is full, the caddie thought he had got enough balls but had go back and get more, if you love wildlife this is a joyful course, we had squrills, greenwoodpeckers, long tail tits, wrens, robins, goldfinchs, song thrushs, pied wagtails, coal tits, and a heron.
after a nice meal we went to the shop and bought some more golf balls, ready for our next visit, how fun the internet is, my grandson showed me how to use it so now i can write emails and can now do reviews, if any one can suggest a nice day out on a flat course let me know, thanks daisy hockle
it was raining when we turned up and thought that the course would be closed, but no it was open, we were given a plastic mat to use on the fairways, as we set off we could tell that the drainage was good, once we got to the first green we were amazed how fast it was, the stream was full and was too deep to get the lost ball, the fairways are narrow, so you need to be straight, after 9 we stopped for lunch, BIG MISTAKE, we were so full it took us 3 holes to walk it off, the food was brilliant, it is a hard course to us (15-19 handicaps), it makes you think and need to be staight, a wet walk but enjoyed it, back soon
played here sunday 23.11.08, on a wet and cold day, due to the weather we had to play on winter greens, there was a lot of leaves and had a few problems finding the ball, the buggie got stuck on the up slope to the 3rd green, but we enjoyed our day out, the winter greens are as good as the normal greens and considering how much rain we had, the course looked good, it was the last weekend to use buggies and they are going to replace the buggie pavements, so next year they are hoping to be able to use buggies all year round, and the stream was full and lost a few balls in it, the club house is very smart, and the sunday carvery was stunning, (all you can eat for £15)
while we were eating the pro took our clubs, steam cleaned and polished them for £5 per set, they were like new when we collected them. all in all a good days golf, thanks cheadle it was worth the 2 hour drive, (2 for 1 taken here)
Squirrels, squirrels, squirrels, that's all i saw all afternoon, this is a lovely course, full of wildlife, i even saw a woodpecker, it was quite wet and there was a lot of leaves, that's what you would expect i presume at this time of year, the greens are easy to put as they are well kepted and the rough is short, the fairways are narrow so you need to be straight, and watch the stream it make a couple of holes very tricky, my fav hole was the 5th (squirrels jump), after the long walk, (we will use buggies next time), we had a sauna and massage, and felt very refreshed. we had a nice meal and our waiter was entertaining us with stories of all the famous people who have played here while the piano player played expertly, we will be back soon.
this is a lovely nine hole course, only only problem is, it has a steam running through most of the holes and i keep getting my feet wet, if you want a friendly game of golf this is the place to go, its only ten mins from the airport, so i was on a business trip and stayed at the village hotel which is 1 mins walk, i just turn up, and not having golf clubs i went to the pro's office, all he did was shout out to the members in the bar, "anyone lend the guest some clubs" i was offered ping, nike and john letters, but i took the callaway x-16's, the caddie i got was great, he told me all about the course and what club to use, he cost me £3.00 but tipped him £20.
what a night, i went round in par, (+2 HC), steak and chips after and drank the bar dry with the very friendy members, all in all nice game of golf, but you need to take £300 pounds extra to buy drinks for every one
I played Cheadle as recently as 23/4/07 and found the condition of the course very good. It is a challenging 9 hole parkland course and you can spoil your score on many holes if you are not accurate. The greens have been treated and tined and will be excellent in a few weeks. The catering was very good and the Steward was friendly and helpful. I will return when next in the area. Good value for money
Played Cheadle @ the end of March having recommended our Golf Society to play there as I had played with some members a few times in previous years. What a difference !! The Greens were in appalling condition which made the afternoon disappointing for all concerned. The members we spoke to afterwards were also very disgruntled and it doesn't seem a happy club @ the moment. After each paying £18 each for a round, we were then handed out vouchers to play again for £10 a round at a later date !! Cheadle is a 9-Hole Course, flat, but with two very long par 4's. There is a small brook that runs through the course that affects a number of holes. I don't know what is wrong @ Cheadle @ present but I won't be returning for a while. Not like it used to be !!
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