5 reviews of Long Sutton Golf Club
Long Sutton Golf Course is really at its best right now it plays really well you must have a good front nine as the back nine is much more testing it will require alot of patience and skill to shoot a good score but a great selection of challenging holes will give you a great deal of enjoyment and you can rest assured of a warm welcome in the clubhouse the food is superb and the Sunday Carvery is second to none all in all great value for money
We have just played this course on our golf tour, on a society package. The course was in very good condition and enjoyable to play. The welcome was very friendly and as for the food, you will struggle to find better. (in the 11 years of touring we have never had full breakfast as big as here) If you are looking for a society day in the area then for value I suggest you look no further than Long Sutton.
As a keen am golfer,the course is very well set out.Having moved to the area in feb this yr,it is great to known there is a good course and club house with friendly staff on my door step!I will be becoming a mem soon,so i can get myself a respectable handicap.
Nice new clubhouse. Friendly pro shop. We played on a Saturday morning and found the course a bit busy. The course is young and therefore fairly open. Good for beginners, although there is some tough rough. Not the most picturesque but pleasant nonetheless. Fairways and greens all in good condition.
This is not an easy course to play. It is quite a newish parkland course with lots of new tree plantations. Water features strongly especially around the middle of the front none. Back nine is a little easier than the front. Toughest hole is long par 5-16. easiest probably short 17. Course suffers badly with waterlogging in winter months so driving range gets plenty of use. Pro shop is small but well equiped, bar is welcome especially on a hot summers day. Marks out of Ten - 8.
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