The Bristol Golf and Country Club

Course Type
Parkland
Designer
TBC
Par
72 (Championship course) 
Slope
 
Rating
4.5
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
2

Course Information

ADDRESS:
St. Swithins Park, Blackhorse Hill, Almondsbury , Bristol, BS107TP, United Kingdom
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
jump.sugar.petty
TELEPHONE:
01454 620000
DESCRIPTION:

The Bristol Golf Club is part of the Crown Group of Golf Clubs (32 courses).

The clubhouse is ideally situated with magnificent views of both Severn Bridges, the Severn Estuary and the surrounding countryside, and provides the perfect venue for both business and pleasure. The whole family are always welcome to relax, enjoy the scenery and soak up the atmosphere.

Set in 200 year old historic parkland and comprising a 9 hole 'par 3' course plus a championship 18 hole course with stunning views across the severn estuary, its mature trees and numerous water features provide the golfer with 18 truly memorable holes.

The course is built to a high standard within the natural contours of the existing grounds bit the renowned construction company Piersons who have worked on projects such as The Belfry, La Manga and Vila Sol.

Whether you visit The Bristol for business or pleasure it is a must for your golfing calendar.

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Overall Course Rating
4.2 / 5

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Golf Club Reviews

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very nice course

hilly but well looked after with a good mix of holes. Will return
Date Monday, 07, July 2014
TSG
36.0
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Play this course.... but take a buggy

What a fantastic course.

Apart from the 1st you won`t get bored playing here, no holes play the same. If your into thinking about shots as opposed to `going for it` then this is the place for you.

The 3rd is a dog leg right par 4 tee-ing some 60 feet above the fairway, with a water hazard to catch out us high handicappers out, you eventually play onto an elevated green !! Just pull out the big dog and let it rip!!

The signature hole is the 165 yard par 3 16th. Again tee-ing off from a slightly elevated tee box, you play down into a small green- across the water, avoid the overhanging trees and try not to leave it short or it rolls back into the drink -A great hole.

The views from the course are great, with the Severn estuary and South Wales making a very picturesque backdrop. 3rd & 18th offer the best views.

I`m not to sure how it would play in the winter months, I imagine with the wind howling up the estuary then it won`t be a particularly pleasant place.

Although set on the side of the valley the walking isn`t to strenous, though the walk back up to 18 is an absolute killer, if you have any illness or struggle physically then take a buggy (£22).

The Pro Shop were excellent and couldn`t help enough.

The food in the bar was `ok`, we had to send our Cheeseburgers back to have the grated cheese melted! Like I wanted stone cold cheese on my burger???

All in all it was a great experience and one which I`m repeating in July.

Date Wednesday, 18, June 2008