Moore Place Golf Club
Moore Place Golf Club, Esher, South East, England, KT10 9LN
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15 reviews of Moore Place Golf Club
A nice little querky course. The course par is only 33. If you fancy having a good score come here (37). You can get to most greens in one and the doglegs in two. Although if not on your game and can be demanding to the lower h/c player. The greens and general condition if fairly good. My only gripe would be at the state of the tee boxes, they are not only bare, but most are not flat. Making driving the longer holes a bit more of a challenge. Very nice starter course.
i played moore place yesterday, it was my first round of golf ever i was quite impreseed with the design and seein that im only 14 i found it was still challenging for such a short course. i would recommened anyone to go and play there. the badf point was the greens were not very well maintained.
Love the course as it's a great challenge and one of the best maintained public couses in the area. One or two "big hitters" don't seem to like it much but it favours the accurate and as a result, is a wonderful practice course. You should be getting around with nothing bigger than a 3 iron and if you're not hitting "two's" on the first, then maybe bowls could be your bag.
What a great little "real" course for novices.The Green Fees are now £9 weekdays and £12 weekends.
I shall certainly be back.
Last year this course was OK for a relaxed knock around and like others have said at times, quite a challenge; this year is it terrible. The greens are either long grass or mud and the tee boxes are just a disgrace. Yesterday there were far too many people on it and the sight of somebody being escorted off the course with blood pouring from their head was enough for more than one group. Even at 9 quid this place is a waste of money. Go down the range; at least you will be safe there.
I played there today and had the course to myself. Fairways in better condition than alot of other more renowned courses in the area, greens a bit fluffy and teeing off areas non existent.But for seven quid, no complaints.
A tight course to teach you good course management. A good place to learn the game and practice on.
I loved it! Only my second EVER round of golf, I skipped my way round it like a prankster in a joke shop. Scored 102 which is about forty over ( for nine holes) but its only a game right? Bit windy which affected my direction, but thats a hot curry the previous night for you isn't it?!
Will be back asap.
Chris the Kwong
I have only been playing golf for six months, so this course proved a bit of a challenge. I have played the course 5 or 6 times now and my only gripe is that the tees are hacked to bits. Still it's cheap a chips compared to most other 9 holes and a lot more fun too.
In summary this is a great-fun but also very challenging course. As I am local I use it for practice. It is probably one of the more "gradient challenged" courses I have played and it will make the mearest boast of a handicap very transparent, very quickly. Prepare to play many a blind shot over hill crests, and make sure you do not succomb to the tough greens that await. Only downpoints (come on this is good value) being winter greens and tees.
I think that Moore place is a challenging and lovely 9 holer that offers a challenge to everyone
A great little course in my opinion, despite some negative comments here. Interestingly, for those who know the course but haven't played it in the last few months, the design has undergone a revamp of late, and what used to be the 3rd and 5th holes have been altered, in favour of two completely new ones, and the remainder have been renumbered. Not many courses these days are changed so radically!
It is true to say that some of the fairways are adjacent, but they are fairly wide and any player with reasonable accuracy shouldn't struggle. That said, it's quite easy to lose the odd ball in the trees, but tell me a course where that isn't true. What's been said about the winter greens is totally accurate - in fact it would be a liability to call them 'greens' as there isn't much grass to be seen. But in the summer a transformation occurs and they are of excellent standard.
If you're in south west London/Surrey, it's an excellent value course (about £6 weekdays) which will give you enough challenges to keep you interested.
Very good course - hugley varied , doglegs left/right , short par 3's longish par 4's , great features, very well maintained greens,(in summer) undulating fairways, hilly areas, set in a quiet rural environment. Best nine holer around
Desperate for a quick game of golf I played Moore Park recently but frankly will not be rushing back .A s a golfer of about 24 handicap standard ,coming back to the game I need to play on fair courses and 3no temp greens on the first 4no holes is not a great help. Add to this the poor winter tees and keeping your score down on this tight course becomes difficult .In a way this is a pity because the setting is nice but my advice would be to wait untill the summer .
Great little course to practice on.
This is a small 9 hole public pay and play course set in woodland outside Esher. The first hole is interesting as it involves a downhill carry over water. Three of the nine holes allow the keen golfer to use a wood/driver, and the last hole is a challenging 180 yarder par 3 over a small valley with trees making it difficult on both sides and overhead. Winter greens are a poor standard, but the course plays well in the summer.
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