Centurion Park Golf Club
Previously known as Wallsend Golf Club.
|Red (W)||73||5463 yards|
|White M: 69.4/121||391||413||363||174||488||405||287||266||240||3027||457||171||302||158||412||464||136||352||181||2633||5660|
|Yellow M: 68.4/117||379||401||348||169||469||395||263||256||179||2859||454||158||293||155||400||453||161||344||174||2592||5451|
|Red W: 71.8/129||367||392||300||157||421||388||247||247||161||2680||438||145||279||148||389||411||130||286||169||2395||5075|
Food & BeverageBar
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Locker Rooms
Available SportsFitness, Squash
Photo submitted by Samuel1955 on 08/12/2022
Lots of trees Photo submitted by Samuel1955 on 08/12/2022
The bunker conditions Photo submitted by Pudzila on 07/24/2021
This was a walkway Photo submitted by Pudzila on 07/24/2021
dead fairways Photo submitted by Pudzila on 07/24/2021
Damaged signs Photo submitted by Pudzila on 07/24/2021
Photo submitted by Keith1987 on 04/11/2021
Long parkland course
My local course close to public transport approx 1 mile, no membership course awaiting development.
Was pleasantly surprised as not sure what to expect. Club house was not operating as soon to be demolished however there is a small booking in room open. Very impressed with the course both condition and the challenge, greens were immaculate and very fast. Overall a great round and will certainly book again.
Nice course but not much else there
Course is a nice course with some challenging holes, was in quite good condition other than all the bunkers being water logged. played on a Saturday and hardly saw another player out. Driving range is worn, and an empty field. There is a shop but it only sells bottles of coke and a couple of chocolate bars no golf accessories so make sure you have plenty of tees and balls because you can’t get any from here. Buildings all look derelict which is such a shame as the course itself was good
I used to play this course a lot many years ago and it has certainly changed a lot. But the last time I played I actually missed a par 3 on the front nine as I couldn’t see where it was. It was only when I walked quite a distance to what I thought was the next tee to find out I had missed hole!!!! If I had decided to go back I would have impeded the players behind me so didn’t bother….. a but disappointing really
Greens were getting treat and were covered in sand and huge holes. Not worth £25 at all. Sand in the bunkers were poor also. Shame as this could be a lovely course.
This course needs a lot of attention, and has no facilities, needs a few sign's for the next hole,such as between the first and second and twelfth and thirteenth.
Not for the slicers or hookers
Course pay and play while waiting an upgrade,
No competitions since beginning of covid.
Keep it on the fairway
Fairways second cut and greens are excellent but some bunkers need work.
Lot of trees so need to keep it fairly straight so long hitters and beginners (slicers) take spare ammo !
Still a quality course with unlimited potential, always love playing here
Wow the course has massively improved
I last played this course 21 years ago, it’s like a different course, very good looking course now, makes you think about your shots, some challenging long par 3’s and 4’s as well as dog legs. Would definitely come back, best round I have ever shot in my life
Not worth the price
Granted it's in a great location between Newcastle and the coast. The course isn't great, bunkers where just mud, one par 3 had a thick layer if grass and roots in the sand. I'd happily pay 15 quid a round.. I think that's reasonable, considering you can drive 5-10 miles in any direction and get better courses for 25quid and under. I.e Ryton. Whitburn. Ravensworth.
Paying a premium £25 on a twilight round for a substandard course
Putting green awful
No signs on tee boxes
0 facilities not even a toilet
Don’t waste your time or money