Cannock Park Golf Course

Course Type
Parkland
Designer
TBC
Par
67 
Slope
 
Rating
3.0
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
1

Course Information

ADDRESS:
Stafford Road, Cannock, Staffordshire, WS112AL, United Kingdom
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
01543 578850
DESCRIPTION:

Cannock Park Golf Club, formed in 1988, is an excellent council owned, undulating 18-hole parkland course, at 5,150 yards long and a par 67 it provides a good test for golfers of all levels and abilities.

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2.9 / 5

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Lovely little course

This isn't the longest or toughest course that you'll ever play, and my first impressions weren't especially good either. However, once I'd played a few holes I really started to appreciate the course. The first hole runs alongside the car park of the leisure centre that it's associated with, but after that it starts to improve.

There are some lovely views and some pretty holes, my favourite of which was the par 3 7th.

Apart from the 5th at 359 yards, every other hole is 340 yards or less. Added to that you have mostly forgiving fairways, so good players will shot low scores here. I would suggest that this course is best suited to Mid to high handicap players.

The condition of the course was especially good considering they only charge £15.50 for a weekend round, with the greens being very quick and true.

They could do with some better distance markers, with only a red disc from 100 yards in available. There isn't really a clubhouse, with only a few tables and chairs available where you pay your green fee (you could hardly call it a pro shop), and no alcohol. Maybe there's a bar in the leisure centre?

Overall I was really pleased I played here.



Date Sunday, 19, July 2015