Southview Golf Club

Southview Golf Club, Skegness, East Midlands, England, PE25 2LA

01754 760589

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5 reviews of Southview Golf Club

Played here tuesday 12th Oct 2010,costs £20 for a day ticket or £15 if you are staying on the site.
First impressions not good,fairways not cut and covered with weeds also some greens weedy with holes made by rabbits and filled in with sand.
I enjoyed the layout of the course dispite the negatives and found the water hazards interesting,the best green being the 9th surrounded by water.
I think £10 to £15 a day would be about right.

Posted by Chris Robinson on 17/10/2010
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A very well kept course in a very pleasant and well landscaped setting. The water hazards on the course can be quite challenging with a high rate of ball loss. A decent shot on the ninth can land in water, the green seems to be surrounded by the stuff.
The geen feee of £5 for a weeks golf cannot be missed, makesure you take along a supply of cheap balls.
It would help if 'Cheap golf balls' were be on sale at the club house.

Posted by Michael Dakin on 14/07/2009
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Played this course last week. Green fees are now £8.00 but you can play all day on weekdays.
The course itself is very pleasant and the greens are very well kept. In terms of difficulty, the water hazard holes are a big challenge for beginners so don't use your sunday best balls on these!
The club pro is also cheerful and knowledgeable.
Note: Bring pound coins for the machine if you want to play staight off!

Posted by John Flaherty on 19/08/2002
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Turn up and play for £6. You'll need 6 pound coins, but there's a change machine in the leisure centre. Narrow fairways, ditches and ponds make this a testing course, particularly when the wind blows, as it often does on the East Coast.

Posted by Gary Parker on 07/11/1999
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I nice little course, although the greens could do with a little more TLC. We played this course twice in the week and the greens were really the only let down.
Off course a pleasant caravan site surrounds the course and the pro shop staff were very friendly

Posted by Tony McNally on 07/08/1999
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Number of holes 18
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Style Parkland

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