Pryors Hayes Golf Club
|Red (W)||69||4996 yards|
|White M: 70.0/120||445||478||223||434||448||336||122||380||163||3029||361||333||398||352||163||313||181||494||337||2932||5961|
|Yellow M: 66.2/111 W: 67.2/113||437||444||178||382||407||328||117||370||155||2818||334||275||387||324||156||302||161||444||323||2706||5524|
|Red W: 64.0/108||371||400||162||321||385||314||101||363||144||2561||290||230||340||311||135||286||153||431||259||2435||4996|
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Pre lockdown round
We grabbed a quick round here before the latest lockdown started and we had a cracking day!
Weather report was awful but we avoided rain until the 18th fairway. There had been a lot of rain before we arrived but the course seemed to cope pretty well, although a little muddy where people had been walking.
Greens all in decent condition
As a beginner this course had a nice mix of challenge with long drives and a good number of shorter holes too.
Fairly easy to navigate your way around between holes although on a couple the signs that show the hole layout seem to face the wrong way, and on the 11th its by the white tee, which is a long way from the yellows. But with an app to check it wasn't the end of the world.
£23 seemed a little on the high side.
Friendly staff in the pro shop and bar after, will definitely play again, should be awesome in summer
Cracking open course
Played today with a friend. The course is very open, with the majority of tree lined holes still offering forgiveness for the slicer. It's a nice and flat course with some interesting par 3's to test the more experienced player. There is a little practice green just before the first tee, but unfortunately no driving range that we could see to warm up before going out. Despite this, I absolutely loved the round, and will definitely be returning next year!
A little Gem
Let’s start with the welcome, very friendly pro shop. Scottish gentleman very hospitable.
As for the course it’s all generally in front of you with generous wide fairways so you can open up the arms.
Greens considering the wet weather were good and it’s expected that paths and rough get a bit muddy.
Overall a nice challenge and will definitely play this course again.
We played here for the first time, only thing I would say is what should have been a 3 1/2 flounder of golf was ruined by a four ball that became a three ball after 9 holes. 18 holes of very slow play all because of bad etiquette of them.
Given the recent rain , greens where in excellent condition. Some wet areas, but totally expected.
Club house and staff where excellent, even the so called unfriendly lady in the pro shop was good with us.
Many thanks for a nice game of golf
Nice course in good condition
Whilest many courses where closed due to excessive rain, the course was only slightly wet and well playable. Nice Breakfast and friendly staff. Some great variation of holes, well worth a visit.
Thoroughly enjoyed playing the course, it’s quite a flat course but nice features. I will definitely looking to play again
Poor greens, strange layout
Very odd how you have to double back on yourself for some holes and the greens had been really sanded And chanalled.which meant putts didn’t run true and the ball hopped if you putted across the grain..
Nowhere near as good as Leek, the previous course we had played for the same money!!
Does this course want visitors?
Course is OK for the money, maybe a little busy but expected on a Sunday.
Why is the lady in the pro-shop so agressive when you arrive if booked via teetimes? If they don't want visitors then don't advertise! If you do then expect people to book via this route.
Nice course, poor greeting
Apart from some of the greens looking tired and little sand in bunkers the course was in nice condition.
The woman on reception when we first arrived was unaccommodating and rude, she seemed to take exception that we’d booked through GN instead of direct.
Great condition and much better than some others recently played. The course is tricky if you are not familiar with the layout, watch out for the hidden water at the 17th! Really enjoyed it, thanks
Got there and the women in the golf shop looked at me like I was lost. Told me rudely to took my polo shirt in and basically looked for any excuse to not let us on because we’d booked on the hot deal on golf now. Thought the days of old farts running every club were over. Very poor because it has put me off trying new courses if you get treated like they clearly don’t want you there.
Good true greens
Good summer day, course was in good shape. Greens were true.
Pro shop staff helpful to a degree due to COVID-19, understandable.
But could not issue a pull trolly as the tokens were to much to clean/ sanitise?
Maybe a few could be taken out of the stand and issued as needed, sanitised by the user with the cleaning equipment provided?
We socially distanced and enjoyed the course
Would recommend to all to check it out.
Played here 3 times in last 3 months. Course is always immaculate. Big wide fairways and rough is kept short. Relatively flat course, with some challenging holes. Greens run true.
Course in great condition
Very busy day predominantly made up of visitors by my reckoning but pace was pretty good considering. Course in great condition very well maintained and particularly enjoyed the greens which were in very good condition . Pryors is always a reliable option for a good game of golf on a fun course.
Booked as a single player, big mistake. Course was very busy with mainly four balls. Played about 5 holes before asking the 2 ball behind me to join up which was good as one was a member and gave good advice on how to play certain holes. Really enjoyed the course, good variety of holes with options on how to play from the tee. Will go back but I will take friends with me to make up a four ball