Brierley Forest Golf Club
|Red (W)||72||5346 yards|
|White M: 70.7/121||251||176||402||524||322||521||418||529||291||3434||250||155||369||502||205||261||313||108||419||2582||6016|
|Yellow M: 69.2/117 W: 70.2/119||226||156||391||478||317||508||412||450||280||3218||238||147||358||494||173||252||288||100||409||2459||5677|
|Red W: 67.1/113||226||156||391||447||317||475||340||450||280||3082||238||147||359||331||173||252||257||98||409||2264||5346|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Good value for money decent layout greens a little slow and a bit worn but didn’t affect putting bunkers full of good quality sand so overall really enjoyable days golf cheap pint in clubhouse/pub would definitely play again
good for local course
Followed members competition which was fine until we caught up with a 3 ball on the 14th Tee that had let others through and although very slow indeed offered to let us through on the 18th Tee, a little late unfortunately. Course in reasonable condition some fairways require work on them nearly all the greens very quick and true but not receptive to balls hit in from a distance regardless of approach angle majority hard top surface mown very low for the time of year, worth a visit for the price some good challenging holes.
A most enjoyable round of golf. We hope to come back in the summer when I'm sure it will be even better
Will be back
Very friendly people
Nice course but bit flaggy due to rain
Greens bit ropey bit it was winter
Some mats didn't take tees very so may need winter tees next time we play
Interesting course with some quirky holes
Nice course with a combination of short and long holes. Overall the course is doing well in spite of the ongoing heatwave but the Greens have suffered badly.
Played in under 3 hours (as a 2 ball) with nobody else in sight. Well worth a visit for £11, you can't fault it.
"The Hot Weather Saved the Day"
Arrived at Brierley Forest Golf Club and was met with a friendly welcome at the bar and by the locals putting away their golf clubs. The saving grace was that it was a vey hot summers day. The pace of play was tediously slow all the way round culminating with 4 groups playing hole 11. We skipped holes 11 and 12 and played 13 through 18. Interestingly we had finished hole 18 when the 4 ball who appeared to be holding the field up on 11 had only just got to the 16th tee!!! The course had some pleasant and challenging holes though the course was in poor condition. Tee boxes required more attention and the greens had been lost; blotchy and patchy areas of soil. It could be a hidden gem with more green keeper attention...
No too bad
Played Brierley Forest today, still using winter tees, this course is improving, but there is still too much rough. They are installing extra drainage. Good greens and bunkers