8 reviews of Malton and Norton Golf Club
Played in a golf day on 16 June and thoroughly enjoyed it. Richard and Emily were a great help organising the day, and all the staff were helpful and welcoming. The course was fantastic and the greens immaculate on all 27 holes. We will definitely be going back again. Our golf day is an annual event where we tend to go to different courses for variety Malton however is the clear favourite for all the group.
Malton & Norton golf course is in the best condition ever! The quality of the greens and fairways are out of this world.
I have been fortunate enough to play lots of courses and I can honestly say Malton & Norton is right up there for me. ( best in Yorkshire ) in summer it's far better than Ganton bold statement but true.
27 holes of a superb layout plotting your way round, greens that can be easily 3 putted if not read well.
Definitely worth playing you won't be disappointed.
played here on the final day of our scarbrough golf trip on the 2nd may and again had some really good weather.
the course is superb. its that simple really. the first 9 holes are just beautiful and a pleasure to play on with the back 9 also been nice but not to the standard of the front 9.
we played the wellham/park set up on the day which we were lead to believe is the original 18.
far to many holes to pick out and the overall condition and presentation of the course was first class. the greens were particularly good and the practice facilities were top notch too.
i dont think there was one negative word said by any of our group of 12 about the course in the clubhouse when we finished and even the food was delicious and very reasonably priced.
a great place to play golf and somewhere i would return again at a drop of a hat.
loved it - brilliant!
overall 8 out of 10 (only scored down by some of the holes on the second loop of 9)
Played this week on our golf trip. Wow, Stunning course in immaculate condition. We played the Wellham and Park loops which I believe are the original 18 holes. Well stocked pro shop and big clubhouse. Too many good holes to mention so I will you guys to try this course yourself. Just up the road from Ganton, I am looking at a venue to base our October trip on and may plumb for this area and play this course again we were all that impressed.
A very good couse played Derwent 9 holes first very enjoyable then Welham, holes on this 9 are very good and quite hilly. On the Park course some interesting dog legs. Good welcome and all for £28 day ticket. Beware in the middle of the course for stray balls a tin hat is recommended. Also very popular with societies which gives a varied variety of golf being played, perhaps a handicap requirement may help
played this course last year 2003 what a course greens were superb my mate plays off 2 he went round in 6 under par what a great course
Taking into account the 27 holes, excellent clubhouse facilities, price and the welcome you recieve here, there cannot be many places better than M&N to enjoy a days golf. Play the Derwent course in the morning, this is a newish addition, wide open with many water hazards, but huge fun to play. After lunch get down to the serious business of the Welham course. This starts with a very demanding long uphill par 5. The first 4 holes in particular are very classy with quite a bit of elevation, the course then settles into fairly flat mature parkland and is a fine example of this type of course. Excellent in design it serves up a good selection of holes you'll never tire of playing, in a most tranquil atmosphere. Attractive, peaceful, challenging and welcoming....I wish I were there now - 8.5/10
A mature course set on a wonderful vale-side on Welham Road ,Norton, Malton, this course has everything. There are three loops of nine consisting of the 'Welham' which contains holes 1-9 developed in the 60's, the 'Park' has holes 10-18 laid out in the 30's and the newest nine 'Derwent' which was opened in the mid-nineties. Each loop has different characteristics - Welham is hilly, rising to the Wold top; the Park is a typical mature "parkland" loop; and the new Derwent has a 90's feel about it with raised greens and water hazards.
Catering is excellent value, pro's shop massive with coaching from Steve Robinson (club Pro)and Chris Tyson his assistant, and excellent practice range with bunkers and greens. This excellent facility boasts current England internationals in Simon Dyson and Emma Duggleby. It is a progressive club and has an "athletic" rather than "athritic" air about it. As for a test of golf, the package of 9 holes am, lunch and 18 holes pm is not to be missed by visitors who flock to this marvellous complex.
Check out hole 1 (longest first hole in England till recently), hole 4's views across the moors towards Pickering and hole 21 which requires skill and accuracy on both drive and approach shot over a hollow and onto a raised green guarded by water. Greens are undulating and difficult to read, but this all adds to the sense of fun.
If you get a chance - go!
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