Cranleigh Golf & Leisure Club

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Address: Barhatch Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU67NG, United Kingdom
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Holes: 18
Type: Woodland / Parkland
Length: 5263
Par: 68
Rating/SSS: 65
Green Fees: Weekends £33, weekdays £30
Offers: Open fairways; accepted 2-fore-1; accepted Contact club for other special offers.
Tel No: 01483 268855
Location: View Map
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Clubhouse/Hospitality Rating: 3.0
Quality of Course Rating: 3.0
Practice Facilities Rating: 4.0
Value for Money Rating: 4.0

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Clubhouse with bar, restaurant, leisure facilities, function rooms and changing rooms. Pro shop with club, trolley and buggy hire. A driving range is also on site.

A challenging parkland course is set amongst beautiful natural countryside which is home to a variety of wildlife.

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Number of Reviews: 1

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29 Sep 2015, 22:40
Clubhouse/Hospitality Rating: 3.0
Quality of Course Rating: 3.0
Practice Facilities Rating: 4.0
Value for Money Rating: 4.0

Short but tricky

Don't be fooled by the length of the course because there are some tough, tight holes here, with the 10th and 12th being especially tricky to navigate. There are only two par 5's on the course and six par 3's. Possibly the toughest of the par 3's is the 1st hole, which has a stream running across the front and right, trees left, and a big bank behind a fairly narrow green. An easy start it isn't.

The course itself was in decent enough shape, with quick greens and tidy tees and fairways.

The clubhouse is actually part of a country club with (I think) a gym and swimmng pool, and it's all pleasant enough. I felt that the food was a little on the expensive side though.

Worth a trip, but make sure you're hitting it straight.


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