Pryors Hayes

Course Type
Golf Professional
Green Fees

Course Information

Willington Road, Oscroft, Chester, Cheshire, CH38NL, United Kingdom
01829 740 140

A John Day designed meadowland course which, although still relatively new, is maturing rapidly. Although relatively open the strategic use of water hazards (affecting 7 of the holes) introduces plenty of challenge and the first few holesare reputedly very tough. Visitors are always welcome.

Courses Rating

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Overall Course Rating
3.7 / 5

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Course Scorecards

Course Tee Holes Par Rating Slope
Pryors Hayes Yellow 18 69 67.9 121

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Golf Club Reviews

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Nice, easy walking course

Well maintained course. Very flat so an easy walk. Playing in Feb on a cold and damp morning, the tees and fairways were good. Bunkers were fine too. Greens had a bit of wear but the fine to putt on - better than they looked. Very good clubhouse. Happily play there again.
Date Thursday, 16, February 2023
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A parklands course quite tight at times straight drives essential , got to be the most welcoming golf club we have attended a bit wet in places but understandable due to the weather we have had of late ,the overall experience was enjoyed by the 4 of us , the staff and members were truly welcoming and helpful throughout a time on an off the course , the food was worth the money and the chef who I'm sure was finishing for the evening cooked us up some lovely food all in all a must visit .
Date Tuesday, 11, December 2012
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The Friendliest Club in the world.

Pryors Hayes appears at first to be a fairly easy course to play but once you begin you quickly realise it is full of challenges not least the signature 16th, Par 3 which sees you having to hit your ball straight to the green avoiding a steam on your left and a pond which reaches out in front of you on your right. It is no wonder it is rated stroke index 4 from all tees.

The club is constantly making improvements and have recently employed a new chef who is offering an excellent menu which includes all fresh and where possible locally sourced produce.
Date Monday, 30, March 2009