Chesterton Valley Golf Club
|Red (W)||71||4996 yards|
|White M: 69.7/119||168||256||450||431||386||324||463||455||183||3116||332||456||165||338||428||523||155||150||385||2932||6048|
|Yellow M: 68.2/115||156||240||417||383||342||292||444||417||159||2850||300||424||145||310||400||437||145||140||349||2650||5500|
|Red W: 65.9/107||120||240||332||357||324||239||399||393||159||2563||300||392||122||309||375||437||130||116||252||2433||4996|
Deceptively difficult course
Course was in excellent condition, and is deceptively difficult for such a short course
Good course but greens poor
Excellent layout and very picturesque course with lots of challenging holes but playable for all levels of golfers. However the greens could have done with a cut as grass was quite long and made them very slow and not very true.
Chesterton Valley Feb2017
Our first visit to this golf course. The weather was fair, around 10C, not bad for February in the UK. Scorecard had a very good map of the course so we found our way around very easily. We tee'd off on time and pace of play was ok, about 4 hours. The fairways were in good condition considering how wet this winter has been, but some of the greens have suffered from the winter, so a little wet and quite bumpy. A few bunkers had some water. Overall we enjoyed the round, will have to visit again when the weather improves and the greens will no doubt be in better condition.
Considering the time of year the course was in good condition. We played on normal tees and normal greens, the greens were very good and the ball rolled well.