East Horton Golf Club - Greenwood Course
|Red (W)||71||5211 yards|
|White M: 70.7/121||264||486||394||377||487||122||360||196||373||3059||472||459||166||475||138||409||352||160||496||3127||6186|
|Yellow M: 69.2/117||245||453||350||362||481||117||350||177||337||2872||412||395||144||467||125||396||331||150||488||2908||5780|
|Red W: 66.1/111||227||413||341||331||409||117||284||156||315||2593||407||373||122||423||114||330||322||125||402||2618||5211|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Conference Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Really nice set up
The course was great, it was boggy but that’s to be expected this time of year.
I paid for a full green fee we ugh GolfNow but when I arrived at the golf club I was informed that only 9 holes were open. Also due to the COVID restrictions it should’ve been strictly 2 balls only, it took us so long to get round because we were stuck behind 2 4 balls!!
Bit boggy in places
Good to get out for a round on the Greenwood course. First few holes very boggy in places but generally improved once you got onto higher ground.
Would be concerned that part of the course will become unplayable pretty soon and with more wet weather...
Unplayable in Winter. Rip off.
I have played this course previously and thoroughly enjoyed it, however it has been left to perish. The course was in a terrible state (the weather was not ideal but should not result in a golf course sized bog). The least i would expect is the leaves to be removed from greens and fairways, this was not the case which led to losing balls that fell in the middle of the fairways. Bunkers were ponds and teeboxes were like something out of the trenches of WW1. If this is the situation, either close the course or charge a reduced rate! £27 is extortionate.
Unfortunately it rained in the morning and the course was very wet. Good value though.
Good winter conditions
Upon arrival we were directed to a COVID-secure check in.
The free side bar was open and serving food as well.
Overall the course was in extremely good condition especially given the recent wet weather and general winter conditions.
The fairways were fairly firm and the greens were all firm and played reasonably true.
The tee boxes need a bit of TLC but impressed for the time of year.
Greenwood is a nice course well kept
The covid social distancing has been completely abandoned at east Horton we walked off after 3 hours to do 9 holes. Queues 7 deep at first tee when we came back to clubhouse, allowed to go to the bar for drinks it should be table service people sat everywhere no social distancing whatsoever all about profit. Tee times need to be 10 minutes apart like everywhere else not 6 minutes, with what’s going on in the world at the moment I found the whole experience shocking to be honest.
Excellent value on the Greenwood course. A better challenge than the Parkland corse. Greens had just been treated, but still ok.
worst greens i’ve ever played on, clearly green staff are out of their depth. Fairways also poor, barely any grass in tees and weeds everywhere. Very disappointing
Greenwood - East Horton
Course was in poor condition for the time and year. Greens were being maintained, which is understandable, but had been done to such a standard that putting was pointless. Bunkers were full of stones and poorly maintained too.
Pace of play was slow and players were not calling others through despite having a clear hole ahead.
It was a disappointing experience and won’t be returning in a hurry!
The greens were being maintained and sanded which needs to be done but no indication of this when booking or any discount. Tee boxes really scabby and uneven. Course has really gone downhill over the last few years no where near the likes of boundary lakes that is cheaper.
11th Sept - afternoon
Great course, well laid out and good variety. Only down side was lots of four balls in front of us!