Royston Golf Club
|Red (W)||71||5485 yards|
|White M: 67.2/113||478||321||364||440||179||147||301||365||505||3100||220||346||236||346||352||372||131||533||340||2876||5976|
|Yellow M: 66.1/112||466||304||351||397||168||147||295||356||493||2977||222||335||217||323||338||335||131||525||324||2750||5727|
|Red W: 66.1/111||450||279||344||417||136||147||249||298||401||2721||217||335||207||319||325||304||116||500||318||2641||5362|
Excellent golf course and experience
Royston is a unique golf course being a local nature reserve and area of scientific interest on common land. Therfiled heath was a wonderful place to spend an afternoon and we had the entire course to ourselves. Definitely would recommend as an experience and the club shop and clubhouse staff were extremely helpful and friendly.
Challenging in the rain!
This is a unique course, which plays longer than it actually is. From the white tees it is quite a challenge. Lots of uphill shots make club selection interesting. The course is exposed to the elements, so when the wind blows it is tricky. We thoroughly enjoyed our round. I would recommend getting a buggy because it is quite a walk between holes. We parked at the tennis club to get access to the first tee.
Brought back memories
Course as ever in great condition and the hills are as draining on your legs as they always were. Used to play here a lot as a youngster, removal of road holes diminishes the course a little but such is life. Never too busy here because of the physical demands but beware the walkers and families with dogs who often don't show you much consideration- they can ruin the odd shot for you! Very different to most courses in our area and worth so long as your legs can take the slopes