Fynn Valley Golf Club

Course Type
Golf Professional
Green Fees

Course Information

Witnesham, Ipswich., Suffolk, IP69JA, United Kingdom
01473 785267

Situated only three miles north of Ipswich, Fynn Valley Golf Club is set in a picturesque undulating river valley. The Valley Restaurant and Courtyard Bar are situated in converted Edwardian barns, which retain many of their original features, resulting in a unique setting. The course is a undulating parkland course set along the river valley. look out for the wickedly contoured greens. Visitors are always welcome.

Courses Rating

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3.3 / 5

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Location / Map

Fynn Valley Golf Club map and location.

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Course Scorecards

Course Tee Holes Par Rating Slope
Fynn Valley Golf Club Yellow 18 65 68.1 119

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Golf Club Reviews

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Take a field pack and compass with you.

I agree with Paul Houghton's review. One of the problems is finding the tees after each green, very few if any signs to point you in the right direction. Still enjoyed it though. good day out.
Date Tuesday, 23, July 2019
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If you want a challenge, Fynn Valley is for you!

Second time I've played Fynn and still not a clue how to play it? More dog legs than on any course I have ever played. Very tough par threes on greens that were pretty much unplayable, hard and dressed some were very quick and all positioned ona slope. So three puts were invitable and you could not hold the greens on approach. Fairways were hard with inconsistant bounce. Ist and second cut were penal. The club house hospitality is superb and everyone is friendly. This course is very tough for the visitor because you just don't know where to go.
The seventh is impossible if you have not played it before or not with a member.
There are electricity pylons all over the course I hit the wires it scorched my ball, they do put you off when aproaching raised greens.
You'd need to play this course a dozen times to get the hang of it. If you want a challenge then give it a go, but not for the novice or beginner!
Date Monday, 05, October 2015
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Cracking good course

A challenging valley course with very interesting and unique doglegs. The 1st is based on the 10th at The Belfry. The 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 17th are all unusual, even quirky. Recommended.
Date Sunday, 07, June 2015