10 reviews of Queens Park Golf Club (Cheshire)
Played QPG golf course this morning the 25th of January 2012.The whole of the course is a credit once again to the maintainance staff and management,the greens for this time of the year are excellent and the fairways are very good,with the exception of the 4th fairway the drainage of surface water is a little poor,but all in all a very good knock for all golfers at a very low price.The American golf shop is also very well stocked with some good bargins at the moment.The club house and cafe also offer a good selection of snacks or meals at affordable prices..Yes all in all,well worth a visit.
Played the course this morning [17.08.2011] only 9 holes, but I must mention the course maintainance team have done a wonderful job on the fairways and the greens. The greens were just right,well done you guys.Also the clubhouse is now looking really good with a very good selection of food and drink at very cheap prices,and the service is very friendly.All in all a good day out for golf and a meal at a price that you can afford,please come along and see for your selves.
I LIVE IN THE AREA OF CREWE AND WHEN HAVE A SPARE COUPLE OF HOURS I WILL MAKE MY WAY OVER FOR KNOCK.FOR THE PRICE THEY CHARGE IT WOULD BE HARD FOR ANYONE TO MOAN.I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS LITTLE COARSE TO ANYONE.IF YOU ARE THINKING OF STARTING TO TAKE UP GOLF FOR THE FIRST TIME I CAN NOT THINK OF ANYWHERE ELSE THAT WOULD BE BETTER TO START FROM.IF YOU ARE SHORT OF ANYTHING GOLF RELATED THEN THERE IS A SHOP.A LITTLE GEM IN CREWE.
I have played this corse a few times this last few months and found a very big inprovement in fairways and greens and the price,well you cant get any better in Cheshire.If you have not played there for a while,then come back and have a look and play a good round of GOLF for the price,there is also a very good BAR and well stocked SHOP for all your needs.
Hi my name is Colin.
I have played this course many times and while the greens are in reasonable condition, the fairways, bunkers and lack of flags on the greens leave a lot to be desired. It would help if the committee could try and police the area to prevent children from playing on the course and in the bunkers as if they were on the beach. People who casually walk their dogs across the fairways without realising the dangers of being hit with golf balls, the occasional police car driving across the course. So come you people on the committee, get the course into shape and it could be a real pleasure to play. As it stands the course is very good value for money if your ball gets knicked of the fairway, or you have to run the possibility of getting verbal abuse or worse hit.
i am 18 years old and i started playing golf about 3 months ago. The first course that i went to was Alvaston Hall. i have played at queens park quite a few times now and i find the course very good for beginers and the greens are well kept. The fairways could be a little better kept and closed off from people walking and walking ther dog's through it. But all in all it is a good course. Liam.
I played Queenspark gc in july 2002.Even though it lacks yardage its a most enjoyable track that is challenging and can catch even the most experienced golfer out.The first 4 holes beckon you to try and drive the greens while hiding the trouble that awaits a wayward drive till it's too late.Then a par 3 that you dont want a pushed shot on followed bye couple of interesting par 4's the 2nd of which could well make a par 5 with an approach that turns good shots into a hedge and O/B.The 8th is short par 3 but is one club longer than its appearance.The 9th is a par 4 of average length teeing off over a large crater to an ever narrowing fairway for the longer drivers to a well guarded green.Then its back round again hoping to better the first 9.The clubhouse is rather small and the menu is more greasy spoon than golf club,which did'nt matter as i was informed that i was too late to eat(2.35pm)i was offered a hot pie or cold sandwich. So would advise anyone playing here to eat first then play or travel 1/2 a mile back back towards the A530 where a good meal at the Farmhouse inn can be had(i recommend the coronation chicken).
My verdict on the Queenspark gc is great little course but the clubhouse needs sorting so come on committee men
Crewe is an excellent 9-hole course for beginers whilst remaining a fair challenge for the more esperienced (A good course for confidence building ?!?). The greens are kept in good condition. Value for money and only 2mins walk from my cousins house (BONUS)!!!
This is a great little course,with some challenging greens that are some of if not the best greens in cheshire.Enjoy it TOM.
THE MOST ENJOYABLE 9 HOLE COURSE I HAVE HAD THE PLESURE OF PLAYING.
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