12 reviews of Chorlton-cum-Hardy Golf Club
Played Chorlton yesterday in the Cheshire Handicap Trophy & EGU Gold Medal Qualifier. I was very impressed by the course playing it for the first time. Played it off the whites and looking at the overall distance you would think it would be easy, think again its a good but fair test as theres plenty of variety, good tough par 3's, long and short par 4's and par 5's hitting to raised greens. The greens were excellent. Well worth a visit if youre in the area as the green fee wont break the bank.
The clubhouse at Chorlton cum Hardy is fantastic and makes the trip worth while without even considering the golf course!
The course is nice as well...it is a nicely laid out parkland course and it was in very good condition when we played it. somehow yhe course is very peaceful despite being so close to a motorway and we enjoyed a nice drink on the terrace ovelooking the 18th.
Overall we had a great time on our golf break to Chorlton cum Hardy and may well be back in the future. We booked through yourgolftravel.com and got 2 nights accommodation, two rounds of golf and a cooked breakfast every day all for just £195! Excellent service and value for money to be had at YGT and will be using them in the future for sure.
Upon driving into the Car Park, one could not fail to be impressed by the fantastic 13th Century Barlow Hall which provides the clubhouse for Chorlton Cum Hardy Golf Club!
A friendly welcome greeted us in the Pro Shop and the members were just as welcoming.
The course, although not long provides some good tests for golfers of all standards and offers some fantastic views.
Course was in excellent condition and greens rolling well.
It's hard to believe that this course is only a mile away from a busy motorway and in the heart of the busy suburb of Chorlton as once entering the gates you are immediately enclosed in to a beautiful wooded area with little sign of the hustle-bustle taking place only a couple of hundred yards away!
Very enjoyable day and we will definitely back back sooner rather than later!
Food was also good and the opportunity to relax on the sun terrace overlooking the 18th was also too good to pass up!
Highly recommend a visit here, you will not be disappointed!
In good condition considering the dry April and wet May we had, which isn't a bad achievement as this is a parkland course close to the river which looks as if it would flood easily.
First impressions not good, as smoking still allowed in the clubhouse as late as the end of May 2007 - I thought most clubs had banned it well before the July 1st deadline. The feel of the clubhouse is of an old fashioned club, but there is a friendly Northern welcome, even to a Londoner like me! I liked the patio and decking area outside, where on a peasant summers day you can spend many an hour watching people play the 18th.
As a test of golf the course is not that tricky. It is a pleasant course with hazards, but stay straight and avoid trouble and you'll be OK - on a good day you can score well.
I would happily return to the club (albeit when smoke-free) and would be guaranteed a good welcome and nice game of golf in good surroundings. It isn't Augusta but it doesn't pretend to be. It's just a nice club with a course ideal for relaxing golf.
Played the course with my son Sean on 17.8.2006. Mature parkland course in the middle of Manchester, 6000 yards off the whites with 4 par 4's of less than 300 yards - so not too demanding in terms of length, but there are plenty of bunkers! The course was in good condition with good greeens and plenty of interest - well worth the £27 we paid each for 1 round. Very good bar prices (2 pints for £3.20!) and good fresh cod and chips lunch (£5.50) on the decking overlooking the 18th green. For a fun day out on a very decent golf course - you won't go far wrong here. Recommended
£32 was a lot to ask for considering the state of the course - lots divots not replaced, pitch marks unrepaired and the tees were not of high quality. The pro was friendly and the clubhouse was very pleasant. The course is not a tough one. Not many holes that stood out of note. Will not be rushing back - wait till 4.30 on a Sunday and you can play for £16.
played this course yesterday - what fantastic condition it is in, from the velvet fairways to immaculate greens which are of excellent pace.
Played the course with my Society on 6th June. Found the course not too challenging but really enjoyed it. The staff were very helpful and friendly. I thought the meal was really delicious. Would definitely play this course again. They also served a nice pint of Wiersteiner in the bar!
We are extremely sorry about the unfortunate incident mentioned below. The golfer was actually hit, not by a golf-ball from one of our members, but by a member of another visiting Society. This Society caused several problems on that particular day and has since been barred from the Club.
Our golf society visited this course and have vowed to return when conditions improve excellent stewards and exeptional food.However some of clubs members let the club down by being rude and agressive to a certain member of our party in fact he was it by golfball while putting on the green and no shout of fore to be heard.Apart from certain snotty members I would strongly recommend this club.
My Father's old course. He died in 1993 before I took up the game in 1996. Played the course in October 1999. Very emotional.
A lovely course. Plan to play it on or around his birthday each year.
Cracking course. Great pint of Becks.
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