Tylney Park Golf Club

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Parkland course listed by English Heritage as a protected park and garden. The Rotherwick Course at Tylney Park is an example of the very best inland golf available in Britain. In 2003, a leading firm of golf architects was asked to re-design the 1974 golf course in such a way that would do justice to a site which has long been felt could unlock more potential as one of the finest parkland settings in the south of England.

Golf Course Details:


Yardage: 6109
Number Of Holes: 18
SSS: 69
Club Pro: C. de Bruin
Green Fees: Call for details
Club Shop: Yes
Tee off times: Find available tee times
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Address & Contact Details:


Main Contact: martinkimberley@msn.com
Address: Rotherwick, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG27 9AY
Map: View directions for Tylney Park Golf Club
Telephone: 01256 762079
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Tylney Park Golf Club Reviews


1. Challenge for all

Tylney Park GC is a Parkland course set in natural landscape. With two entrances, you will get the feel driving to Tylney, as down the lanes in Rotherwick. Over 7000yds long of the Black Tee's, 6600yds off the White tee's. 6300yds off the Yellow's. 5860yds off the Green's and 5400yds off the Red's.

Standing on the 1st Tee, you will notice that a good tee shot is needed on the Par 5 dogleg, with Car park on the right, tree's down the left. Getting to the green will not get any easier, as the green is undulating, as is most of the 18 holes on the course, giving you a very good challange. The Rough however is nasty, if you go in, be lucky to find your ball. The good thing this year, 2009, the Rough has been cut back to help those wild Tee shots, but not too wild. Bunkers are placed all over the course, around the greens and in Driving distance, just to add to the challange.

With every Tee shot and every hole giving you a different challenge, you will have to map your way round the course from start to finish. The 4 Par 3's will also give you something to think about, the 17th is the shortest at 162yds off the whites, this will be no less than a 5iron in the summer, with a elavated green with Bunkers down the right and a tree placed nicely on the left front, this could break your score card.
All the 4 Par 5's are here to get you thinking, Tree's, Rough, its all in play. The 10th Par 4, at 480yds off the whites is a lovely and long challenge to say the least.

Coming up the 18th, you will know you had played a challenging course, but a lovely one at that.
If the wind is blowing, this also comes into play, will make a difference to anyone's score.

Tylney Park GC has a Driving Range, a 3 teared parctice Green, playing shots from as far out as 150-160yds and a Putting Green. The only downfall is the ClubHouse looks, it is the nicest looking Hut you will ever see, but the Drink, Food and service will not dissapoint you. Ham egg and chips, Burger and chips for £6-7.00 and Sandwiches £4.00.

Tylney Park Golf Club reviewed by Jahmoo -

4.0

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