14 reviews of Sutton Hall Golf Club
as a new member i would certainly recommend sutton,i played sutton many years ago as with plenty of other courses,what has appealed to me is how sutton has matured and developed.it is a challenging course with long par4's and long par5's,the greens are very challenging with plenty of slopes and tiers(real tears after 3 putting).if you like golf and you want a challenge look no further you wont be disappointed.the clubhouse im yet to tackle fully but i bet that's not as challenging.
A very warm welcome in the pro shop which had some good deals.The course was in great condition. This was my first time playing this course and would certainly reccomend this course to any player of any ability. after the round the staff in the club house were friendly and made you very welcome. All in all it was a great experience and will be returning very soon.
A great track that plays really well throughout the year. We play it casually during winter and it is the best around under foot. A great selection of holes very up and down and some monster hits required to hit some in regulation. Best hole the Par 5 11th probably due to my eagle on it today. Great bargains in the club shop and a decent pint in the bar.
Played on a society day in early September.
From making the booking to leaving the course we had a great time. The welcome in the morning with bacon and sausage barm and as much tea/coffee as you could drink was warm and sincere. The manager will organise your nearest the pin and longest drive for you if you want. Lunch was sandwiches and chips and plenty of it. Dinner was again very generous.
The course is quite testing with some very tricky greens and some impossible ones.
I've been playing this course as a guest since it first opened. You could tell back in 94 that it was going to mature into a lovely course, and this has been the case. I finally joined this year and it is wonderful to play. The course is in great shape and remained so all winter - only one winter green in use this past winter.The course is a challenge, with the back-to-back par 5's at 14 and 15 being round-killers which follow the meanest out of bounds both sides par 4 you'll ever see. My tee shot on the 13th is gradually coming down to a 5 iron since I'm sick of going out of bounds on either side with longer clubs. The Pro shop is terrific, staffed by knowledgable and very friendly guys. The food in the club house is excellent - the toasted sandwiches being great to finish a round on, or even to have one in your bag for a mid-round snack.
If you're in the area and fancy a round, I can't recommend Sutton Hall enough - it's a little beauty of a course.
Played this course on a fine March Sunday, and was instantly impressed with the welcome received. We started with a wonderful full english breakfast, readily prepared for our arrival, and then proceeded to the 1st tee were our starter got us going(great touch). The course itself was in great condition, each hole presenting a different challenge (the par 3's especially good), and the greens a real test. The day was rounded off with a couple of pints in the prodigious clubhouse, with steak pudding & chips being sampled from the menu. Perfect.
Very challenging but very enjoyable course. Its hilly and long; every par 4 requires a well struck second shot often with a medium or long iron or even a wood on the hardest holes. The par fives might just be reachable in two by the longest hitters.
We played on a saturday afternoon in october in a four-ball; the pace of play was excellent with no hold-ups.
The only disappointment was that the club-house was closed to prepare for a captain's dinner so no refreshment after the round.
All in all a hidden gem which is maturing very well.
just played at this course today and it was wicked man, boy its solid and challenging course too with plenty of bunkers and them tall grass could seriously mess up your score man so big up to the sutton crew for keeping the green in a fine style yeah safe. also the green fee is just right innit!!
Played the course yesterday (24/10/05) after 24 hours of heavy rain. Apart from some water-logged bunkers the course was very playable; the greens especially had drained exceptionally well. This is a modern challenging course; a true but fair test of golf with no weak holes. Very enjoyable.
this course really is the greatest new course in the north west stunning greens and sand as soft as air , breathtaking doglegs and wonderfull panaramic views of the weaver valley when the trees grow a bit more open style spec. this really is a hidden gem .
The par 3 6th wills den is possibly the hardest par 3 you will ever play whilst the back to back par 5's on the back 9 are a real test of endurance . unreal quality in such an undisclosed location you have to play this course
I played on a wet dismal Saturday afternoon on May 18th yet the course shone through. A well manicured picturesque layout with magnificent greens. A real test of golf with loads of dog legs and hiden holes. One of the finest courses i have played in the north west. Please note: this club provides one of the best breakfasts ever seen.
I have recently become a full member of Sutton Hall golf club, having only played the course once before prior to joining. I can see this course in 2 or 3 years being up there with the best in the North West. Don't take my word for this why not try if for yourself.
Our juniors had a friendly against Sutton Hall in April. We had a super day and enjoyed the course. A well designed course using the lay of the land to its best advantage. Many very interesting holes with well protected greens.I am sure this course will mature into a real tester.
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