Haste Hill Golf Course
Haste Hill Golf Course, Northwood, London, England, HA6 1HX
01895 250777 | Golf course website
9 reviews of Haste Hill Golf Course
Used to play here when I first started.
Great value for only £8.
Impressed there's only one temp green with all the rain we have had.
Not the toughest, but great for mid to high handicappers.
Have just played the course and what can i say, its in great shape now. Having played it last year it has come on leaps and bounds since then and is looking great nice lush greens bunkers full of sand and great course, and we look forward to playing it again
This is a very beautifully laid out parklands golf course. Some of the holes are very challenging, and the approach shots can be quite tricky. The fairways were in excellent condition. The greens were quite dissapointing and did not seem to be very well maintained. They were very hard with lots of pitch marks (not repaired). Another dissapointing aspect was the bunkers - very hard - seemed like the greenkeeper had forgotten to maintain these aspects of the course.
This is another local course to me and I've played it 5 times now.
The course is nice and varied. You don't feel like you're going up and down the same ground like some parkland courses. The condition in general is good with a few greens in bad condition. I like the view from hole five where you stand high up with the green way down a long hill.
The front nine are harder than the back nine but the back nine are still fun to play.
A round here has never been quick for me. Usually the slower group in front wait for a good few holes before letting you through (don't understand why). They are all friendly however.
The staff are friendly enough. Have not eaten here so do not know how good the food is.
Well worth a visit.
Played it a couple of times recently and I might return in the future so its doing something right.
A fairly challenging course which should offer a test to most players. A nice variety of holes means you never feel like youre playing the last hole in reverse this does happen at point but a stream in front of one green and going from uphill to down hill makes them feel sufficiently different.
Condition was acceptable but could have been better particularly the bunkers which were a little short on sand.
The price at £22 was OK but no bargain
The two things putting me off returning are the lack of practice facilities one small strip of land and a practice green mean you face a tough tee shot cold.
My second reservation was the pace of play but we were at lest partially responsible for our five hour round but not wholly.
Our society played here last week and was pleasantly impressed with layout and the challenge it offered. Considering the amount of traffic this course must get through out the year, the green staff do a great job to keep the course at such a good standard.
A couple of tips, stay out of the ditches and the bunkers. The ditches because their depth makes any shot out almost impossible, and the bunkers because of the lack of rakes, but it is obvious each bunker is raked daily by staff and then left to await visitors.
The staff in pro shop and in the bar were very helpful, the three-course meal was excellent and served at a time that was chosen by us. Overall a good day at a reasonable cost on a course that could show some private clubs how to make golfers welcome and offer value for money.
A great spring and summer track,some outstanding holes of great variety particularly the opening ones which begin with a nice looking but tricky par three and monster uphill blind dog leg par four that would be a stroke index 1 on almost any course
A couple of wek holes begin the back nine but overall a first class course and excellent value for money.
Clubhouse vastly improved of late
I play this course twice a week all year round and have done for two years. I and my friends often ask 'why pay high fees to play next door when we have a course like this. It is so well managed and the new club house puts many private ones to shame. My credits go to Golf Courses Management who manage the course for the local authority but especially to the ground staff who work tirelessly to maintain the excellent condition of the course all year round.
Nice little public course, literally next door to more illustrious Northwood, but shares the same soil. Unusually, it starts with a par three. Then a series of par 4s running rather close together. Some interesting holes, although the back 9 is quite easy. My playing partner Rob Morris (18 handicap - slices but great short game) managed to par it and went home thinking that he had "made it" only to be disillusioned when we played Northwood a few weeks later, where he went round in 22 over!
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