9 reviews of Lees Hall Golf Club Ltd
what a great course this is,been back three years running now and still find it demanding for a 12 handicap. the staff couldn't do enough to please and the course was in excellent condition.a big thankyou to all involved at lee's hall, see you next time.
Excellent shop friendly and helpful staff. Course in poor condition on temps and mats. Talking to members best time to visit is around there invitation day in June two weeks ether side it is the only time its is worth a visit. Genrally lots better value courses in the area and kept better all year round give it a miss food was cold and slightly overpriced.
....Played on the 17th June 2010
Not sure if the course had a few problems in months gone by judging by the previous comments but I'm pleased to say no such issues for me.
Good condition throughout, the greens were probably the best I have played over the last 3 years, a credit to the greenkeepers. The course is mature so plenty of tree lined fairways to go at the fairways were in very good condition and a good cut of semi rough before the tress or heavier rough. The only issue I would have is the layout, unfortunately you have to cross over 2 fairways in order to reach a tee and then it becomes very 'Tin Hat' time. Luckily the course was relatively quiet when we played but I'm sure during peak times you can hear cries of 'Fore' at most times. At £25 for a day ticket the cost was very reasonable too.
Off Course -
Members were polite and the course staff were friendly and helpful. The Pro in the shop was friendly and the shop was well stocked. Bar was good and the lunch was excellent both in value and quality
As previuosly mentioned very very reasonable at £25 for the day ticket.
A most enjoyable day as most golf days are, I would recommend the course which can be quite tiresome due to a couple of steep climbs, having said that most of the members we saw were of the older generation so they appear to cope ok.
Played at Lees Hall last week along with 3 friends. having read the write ups i was a bit apprehensive to say the least. My apprehensions were soon put at ease. We were met by the professional who was curtious and helpful who explained that the course was in good condition but the greens had just been hollow tinned.A reduction in our visitor fes was reduced accordingly without any request from our party. It was a pleasure to play the course and a chellenging experience testing all aspects of my golfing ability. The reports that i read prior to attending Lees Hall in my opinion were grossly unfounded and advise to ignore the earlier comments. I will be re-attending later in the season when the greens are at there best.
Phill. Notts. member of Coxmoor.
i played lees hall with my local society and payed £32.00 for the round for this price i expected it to be in good condition however it was a complete tip the greens if you can call them greens they were shocking , i have played most of the courses in sheffield but this course is nowhere near the best i would put it behind birley and graves park . my message to the comittee at lees hall would be to get in the real world and lower your prices yes people will pay £32.00 for a round but they will not come back.
Played the course in a 2 ball for the 1st time 10/2/08 and to be honest i was not impressed at all:(
I would put it in the same catagory as concord golf course(Sheffield) which is 1/3 of the price.
Never saw a greenkeeper for all the round,the Tee and next Tee information was poor,there were 2 temp greens in which 1 was well away from the proper green and hidden beind a tree.
I just hope that the summer brings the best out of this course but it definetaly needs upgrading.
After just the first hole, i knew the course wouldn't be getting any better. Out of all the courses within sheffield and the surounding areas that i have played, i would class this as the worst!! I was under the impression that this was a leading club, but found the tees to be like mud baths, fairways like playing fields and the greens like sponges. Very disappointed.
Lees Hall is a well maintained course with some challenging holes and great views across to the Steel City. However while happy to accept visitor bookings and hence their cash, the experience for myself and my friend as non-members was less than welcoming. We encountered a definite 'attitude' toward us, bordering on suspicion and hostility, more akin perhaps to what you might expect at Muirfield or Carnoustie than an unheralded inner city course in Sheffield. In my opinion there are better courses around South Yorkshire offering greater value for money and a more welcoming atmosphere.
Great...had a great game on the park land course, good food and a warm welcome from all the members.
Well worth a visit.
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