Roe Park Golf Club
|Light Blue||70||5587 yards|
|Red (W)||71||5036 yards|
|White M: 68.7/115 W: 70.2/118||409||560||210||463||394||139||391||398||160||3124||420||340||165||414||345||262||498||234||425||3103||6227|
5 Star golf course
Booked online, when arrived 8am tags and cards ready for collection.
Advised that if we where ready to play we could head straight onto the course, no hold ups.
Course in immaculate condition (apart from the odd lazy sod not replacing their divots).
A few challenging holes, great layout and greens very inviting.
Definitely recommend and will return again.
Hired a trolley(£3) and walked around in 3hrs.
Hilly in places.
Excellent round....Thank you!
Well maintained course
Love this tree lined golf course. Good open fairways and we'll maintained. There is a driving range and excellent club house facilities.
Great course to play on a great day
Had a two ball reserved for early tee off on bank holiday Monday. We got a hot deal and the round was very reasonably priced. Pace of play was excellent and we were never held up at the tee even though there was a four ball in front of us. Course was in great condition greens and fairways firm and quick and very well kept. Would recommend to anyone looking a good challenge especially the par 3 17th, what a hole!
Great value for money ' Micheal and Wallace at reception are first class ! Very friendly and well informed .will return soon
Very poor temporary greens
Have played course several times in past. We were advised that temporary greens were in use but we could play the course as often as we liked on the day. I have never seen worse temporary greens - basically a hole cut in the middle of the fairway with little effort to cut the grass short. Spoiled our game totally and we gave up after 11 holes. Not worth a visit until normal greens in use again.
With the normal greens in use this is a fine course.
A very muddy 13 holes!
While the weather on the day was very good for January, the condition of the course most definitely was not! It was incredibly muddy (I almost fell a couple of times) and the majority of the 13 greens that were open were saturated. In places there was so much casual water that trying to find relief was a totally pointless exercise. One of the greens, a short par 3, had a huge puddle in the middle! The winter card bears no resemblance to the actual layout on the course. You start on 6, which is 1 on the card, and it just gets confusing! How hard would it be to put some temporary numbers out?! I remember playing this course about 10 years ago in the summer and being quite impressed but not this time. In my opinion it shouldn't even have been open. I'll probably give it another chance in the spring or summer but my advice would be to avoid during an especially rainy January!
A great Parkland course which suits both the lower handicapper and the novice golfer. The course condition was very good which made it a very enjoyable. Pro's in the golf shop were very helpful also.