15 reviews of Wexham Park Golf Course
Decent but short course. Greens needed cutting and were very slow.
Some decent holes but not one we'll return to.
But is very cheap for a 18 hole course
Have played both the red and green 9 hole courses recently. Both are great value for money and ideal for the beginner/high handicapper. Previous comments re the greens being bobbly are true, and a general lack of care by some players (absolutely loads of divots on the fairway and ball marks on the greens left unrepaired) let down what otherwise is a great place to play. We found the players and pro shop to be very friendly and welcoming and will return to tackle the blue course at some point in the future...probably when the ground dries up as last weekend was a mudbath!
As previous reviewers have said, a great value for money course, with different loops to play to add a bit of variety. Played the full 18 hole course, which isn't long, but has some interesting holes.
What does spoil it slightly is one or two blind shots and 'quirky' holes. The greens aren't the best, someone in the club was raving about them, saying they were the best they'd ever been - I don't know anout that - they are rather lush and bobbly.
I think once you've got used to the speed of the greens and you've played a few times to work out the little quirks that exist and know where to hit the ball, it could be quite a fun course to play. It is good value for money at under £15 and has an excellent bar and clubhouse, as well as a driving range. The relaxed dresscode and large numbers of youngsters isn't everyone's cup of tea, but is a sign that they are willing to invest in the future. If they could get the course into a better shape, mayne lengthen a few holes and get the par up to 70/71, they would have a very good course here!
Great value for money. Played in January so it was wet and cold but no temp greens - just a few tee mats. I thought it was a good test for any golfer with ditches running across a lot of the fairways and trees to shoot over to reach some of the greens. Makes you think a lot about positioning of tee shots. Long par 5 15th hole was a good test - right into the wind when we played. Most of the holes are close to each other so there wasn't much of a walk between greens and the next tee. Our fourball whipped round in 4 hours. £15.00 for a weekday - well worth a visit. Clubhouse had water supply problems when we played - not their fault.
I played the Red (9 hole course) here during the week in the morning.
For mid October, the course held up really well. It was very pleasing to the eye and although not difficult, very enjoyable to go round.
Greens and fairways were very well maintained and the rough was not too damaging. There was enough of a sprinkling of bunkers, trees and a little water to ensure you had to manage your shots.
All in all the course was a good practice 9 holes for any main event and would highly recommend it to anyone wishing to find such a venue.
If the 18 hole (Blue) course plays anything like this and like the other comments i have read in this forum, i'm going to enjoy playing that one some day soon.
The staff we came across at the course were very friendly and accommodating. The other facilities were also very good including the clubhouse, practice greens and chipping area.
For the money this is a very good option for a shorter game of golf in pleasant surroundings.
Played the blue course (18 holes)on a Friday evening which represented excellent value for money at £15.
Although only a short track,5,200 yards, with only 2 par 5's, 6 par 3's and no par 4's over 400 yards - The course is set up to protect itself a little with most holes having bunkers protecting the entrance to the green.
Some of the par 3's also have very narrow greens front to back. The 5th is probably the nicest, although only a wedge, there is water at the front with the gree gathering towards this.
As written below, there is a good mix of holes, with 1 and 18 pretty and tree lined.
Staff very friendly and relaxed in pro shop and no attitude and snobishness as seems to be creeping into a lot of places I have played recently.
I would definitely recommend a round here - you should score well. Leave the driver at home but make sure you are on good terms with the lob wedge....
Having been a member of Wexham Park for 9 months now, I can say that I have yet to find better, in terms of green fees and course condition. There are many challenging holes, rather than an up and down golf course, which few need the driver to come out of the bag.
Everyone in the Pro shop contains extensive knowledge of the course, and of the contents of the shop.
Just a few comments about this course. The comments above could apply to one of the three courses at wexham. The green course is a wide open 9 hole course great for high handicappers and beginners. The red course is challenging 9 hole with some nice holes. The blue course is the full 18.
I have been playing here for about a year and can thoroughly recommend all three courses.
I have justed started to play this year around Easter time and have been totally addicted.
As a begginer and now played on a couple of courses I find this one challenging but also a little for giving for those novices like myself.
The course is general is very well maintained, some real good holes and and overall a pleasure to play on. In my short career as a golfer I have enjoyed some real good times on this course, a couple of birdies here and there always helps.
For those of you looking to play here, I totally recommend it not just for the course which is impeccable but also the facilites and the people.
PS - Remember this is a beginners view, you pros may think differently.
I have played this course a couple of times now and find the green course much more forgiving than the red course.
i have played the blue course a number of times and everytime i have had a pleasant, enjoyable round. It is a fair course which allows golfers of high handicaps a chance but a good challenge at the same time. The course is kept immaculate and the greens are deceptively fast. I would recommend anybody to go there.... the sausage sarnies are superb aswell
I played today on the Blue course (18 holes) and the holes were very nice. Everything is nice and well maintained, bunkers are exeptionally great with real sand ... a real pleasure even for an amateur like me! All this for a small price!
The fairways are great with a dry weather as the ball goes fast and far.
Next time I'll have a pint in the terrace of the club house which looks very attractive.
I played the blue (18 hole) course for the first time last week, and was very pleasently suprised. It's not a long course (5,200), but there were some very good holes and the greens were excellent. I played it on a very wet day and the course handled it very well. I saw few areas with surface water, and at times it really chucked it down. As I said, it's not a long course, but I certainly want to go back and play it again. This time though on a dry day!!!!
I have played this course several times in the past year. As a beginner with a handicap of approx 30 this is a good course. Wide fairways and large greens are excellent for the beginner but probably not challenging enough for the better player. Course is in goog condition and it is a very scenic part of west London. Recommended.
Played this course in the rain of april and it should have been closed it was so under water. To short with many shots of mine bein a 5 wood and pwedge. There is better around.
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