Iver Golf Club
Iver Golf Club, Iver, South East, England, SL0 0JJ
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14 reviews of Iver Golf Club
I played Iver Golf Club with my society last month.
Found the golf course not too challenging but really enjoyed it nonetheless.
The staff were very helpful and friendly and they also served a nice pint of 'Genius' in the club house bar!
I have played several rounds of golf on-and-off at Iver Golf Club over the past few years, and in my most recent visit, have noticed a marked improvement in the general standard of the course.
The greens and fairways on all nine holes now appear to be very well kept, and the clubhouse looks to have been spruced up.
Since taking over Iver Golf Club, we have made a lot positive changes to the whole of the course. As you will appreciate at times the course conditions will vary according the weather conditions and of course, our favourite, machinery.
It is never our intention to let the course be unplayable, and we endeavour to keep up with the best courses in the area.
Iver is an enjoyable golf course which is now been extended to par 70, with 2 par 5's, although there is still room for improvement and we apologize for those who might have had a bad experience, and we challenge those few to come to Iver to play again and give us their feedback on the improvements.
I have been a frequent player at Iver for many years but, having played on Sunday 4th May for the first time for a month, I was disgusted at the rate at which the course has deteriorated. The fairways were uncut, the rough was really rough and we spent a lot of time waiting whilst the players in front tried, unsuccessfully, to find lost balls. When the new owners took over you could see that an effort to improve the course was being made. The greens improved and the grass was cut but, the effort appears to have been abandoned. It must be remembered that Iver is not a championship course and does not attract the type of player that can hit the fairways regularly therefore the rough must be kept down or the number of balls per round will treble as they get lost. Plus, of course, the cost has gone up considerably.
I will not be playing there again until vast improvements are made.
the course is good but not brilliant the course over the road is well im speech less its not good at all . every body there was very nice
i left there 3 years ago it is good for your money
having left the club i have been literally stabbed in the back by most of the members. still some of those have sta=yed loyal and belived that i have not done this
this being the report earlier in this section witch i would liek to clear up it was not me.
but on to the feed back that has been written about me.
firstly dean ive seen your handicap it is 18 not 3. if you could easily play to a handicap of 3 then why arnt u off that or at least lower than 18.
now im not here to put the club down as it has surved me well in my progression through the game. although i had been the epicenter of some trouble as being "the best golfer their" i was stopped from winning competitions and should be on the bord several times more than am credited.
but in all fair ness there are nice members thier and is a strong club to start your golfing carrer.
even though the pro who had been one of my closet friends belived that i had wrote the earlier article and has literaly stopped talking to me and does not want to be assoiated with me.
The good news is that the course has changed ownership and it is now being maintained properly with the greens, that at one time weren't even being watered, now rapidly improving to at least half decent thought there is still a long way to go. The tees need lots of work. the new owners promise lots of improvements andjudging by their hard work so far I remain hopeful. During the last year usually the ownly group on the course but the word on the course's improvement has got round and it is now buzzing again. Unpretentious and friendly and great for nine holes after work
I would like you all to forget those stupid comments from jed russell. you must remember he is stil only a baby and doesnt no much about value for money and enjoying a game of golf.
if you are looking for a cheap and cheerful round of golf, iver is the place to be, there is a friendly atmosphere and fantastic staff.
yes the course may not be championship style, but its a nice challenging course which requires accurate shots.
i find it easy enough to play to a 3 handicapper round iver, i just think jed was a lil disapointed he wasnt good enough to crack iver golf course.
what you pay for is what u get, so if you would like to pay loads of money for a nice course but moany members, rushing you on your shots, always wanting to play through then dnt cum to iver.
but if you after a peaceful game, no hassle a friendly enviroment and a none expensive day out, im sure u will leave iver, thinking about a joining the members.
as for jed, great golfer but needs to realise how he got a gd as he is, and he should be recommending the club and not putting it down!!!!!!!
lets be honest the corse is not in good condition is it realy. i joined iver when the corse was just the standerd 9 i was about 12 and now am 15. i left iver about 7 to 8 moths ago and since then being stuck on a 12 handicap ive come down to 6. whem i was there the corse was in awfull condition compared to the other corses i played.
if you were to play this club i would be prepaird for the shock of a life time if u are a private or a decent public corse member.
this corse is superb though for beginers and men or women looking for a membership witch would include superb friendship with most but not all of the members.
the pro there Jim Lynch who is a close friend of mine and my coach is a superb teaching pro who enjoys teaching kids so if you have a child how wants to learn golf go there but then progress to a better corse unless the new owners can make it back to what it was once.
i left iver golf club about 4 years ago when the 9 they had became a terrible 18. I have just rejoined and am pleased to see the club has been taken over and the plans are to bring back the 9 holes. This is great news for a great club with alot of potential. the course isnt in bad condition and the members and staff are great people to socialise with.
I am a member at iver and must say that the front nine is as good as any and the greens are superb. It is currently being sold and a lot of money is being speny to make it even better.
The staff are nice and it is a lovley enviroment.
The course is tricky with a 300+ par 4 number nine in which you have to put fade on to hit a good shot.
From Alex 22 04 06
I played the course last week and must say the course is in good shape and then i reached the greens. the pin placements were silly and the greens were in terrible condition i had a very bad round as did my playing partners. I feel that if the course is made 18 holes it would be dangerous and therefore would also lose a lot of members i feel they should spend the money on doing up the current 9 holes instead of making 18.
Played for the first time on this course, thoroughly enjoyed it. Played my best round yet.
If you play here you will enjoy the greens, which are superbly looked after.
Nice course, which prides itself on its greens which are exceptionally kept. A couple of testing holes primarily the Par 5 (495 yards) 3rd hole and the Par 5 (497yards) dogleg 6th hole.
It looks like the course is being expanded as there were works going on to build extra holes but this didn't interfere with my round.
Try the course, for the price you won't be disappointed.
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