4 reviews of Chessington Golf Centre
Great nine-holer for a beginner to get to grips with the game. Shooting over water on the second hole certainly gets the pulse racing, the steep drop to the green and little room for error makes club selection just that little bit trickier.
Last played the course in 2006 and it was good then. Have just played the course since it has been altered. Obviously alot of money has been spent and the whole centre is in a different league, the new 2nd hole is fantastic. The two new lakes make it such a great course to play. The greens were superb and the new longer holes give it a different feel.
Judging by the number of balls littering the 1st green and it's surrounds, Gerry's comments of two years ago have been ignored. It is, however, the most attractive hole on the course,a downhill par 3, requiring a well struck long iron. It is a toss-up between the 1st and the 2nd which is the best hole. The rest of the holes are a bit so-so until the last where the narrow green entrance will get your attention. Balls falling around your ears may also get your attention on the 8th tee which is situated almost directly between the 6th tee and green!
This is a good course set in lovely surroundings. It is not too easy, not too hard but good enough to be challenging to the average golfer. The lengths of the nine holes range form 112 yards- 292 yards. Club hire is available for a fee and there is a putting green and a driving range on site. This course is well worth a visit although it may be too easy for the very good golfers.
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