Hampton Court Palace Golf Club
|Red (W)||71||5529 yards|
|White M: 72.1/121||396||344||331||348||555||405||407||160||372||3318||395||300||211||355||529||410||409||151||436||3196||6514|
|Yellow M: 69.7/119||381||338||321||338||506||397||348||152||368||3149||390||295||199||342||476||384||400||142||431||3059||6208|
|Red W: 69.2/117||327||325||303||334||441||388||290||107||359||2874||384||291||129||336||424||279||342||131||339||2655||5529|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Conference Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Lockers
Good course. Some green work going on
For course with no water (that I can recall at least) some green work going on, which we weren’t aware of. Good round with the other greens in impeccable conditions!
Fairways have got new grass growing, so give it another two months and this course should be impeccable all round.
Friendly staff and steady pace, not too slow. We were a two ball and I spend my time well reading the greens.
Course very dry
Can see that this could be a great course, however the fairways were very dry / burnt out. Felt like playing off soil, very patchy burn our grass on the fairways.Tee boxes and greens are watered. Shame as potential is there, needs a lot of water!
Excellent value for money.
Considerinng amount the course Is played on a daily basis it is in good condition.
Great course, but not an easy track...
Hampton Court Palace is a classy in-land links golf course overlooked by the the palace; my home course (Lymm GC) runs parralel to the River Mersey so a pleasant and very picturesque change.
The layout of Hampton however is not for the faint hearted with big indulations, whispy-links tough ans some holes which are penned in by large oak trees. Some of the holes are superb, and it’s a very fun course to play, albeit for the better players.
The only reason I didn’t give it 5* is simply because I found it too hard and unforgiving. For context st my home course I can spray it 80 yards left or right off any tee and simply play from another fairway, wedge it on the green and take a par and a small ego brush. You won’t do that on Hampton.
I was shooting mid-high 70s gross at my home course Lymm but has to dig really deep for a 94 gross round Hampton.
I hope one day game will be up to the beautiful challenge that is Hampton, but for now, I need an easy Parkland course in my life.
Nice Course to Play
A perfect Golf day, a nice place to be (Nature & Park Land, Hapton Castle...), very kind & friendly staff, good & friendly Course, the back 9 with a better Look & feel (a little bit like a links course)...
Great course have placed twice and felt like a different course each time due to weather conditions. Course in great condition and in a great setting.
A picturesque course, well maintained. Excellent value for money, a challenging course for a beginner like me but thoroughly enjoyable!
Great value for money
Good quality and well kept course, overall great value for money
Slow but steady
We were stuck behind the world's slowest fourball who kept driving back down the fairway to play provisionals when they couldn't find their balls. The rough's long and makes finding your ball difficult if you stray and the deer have right of way so you can get some tricky lies, but it's a nice course, well maintained and provides plenty of scoring opportunities for better players.
Enjoyable round if a bit samey
Despite groups teeing off one after another we had no issues with the pace of play as a two ball - finished and sat with a beer three and a half hours after first drives.
Course was in great condition, especially the greens. The surroundings of the palace, deer and the park add to an enjoyable round. Overall the course is pretty forgiving.
One criticism is there isn't much variety in the holes. No water hazards, long carries, undulations.
One of the worst courses I've ever played. Bad greens, scabby fairways. Pace of play is a joke. Nearly 6 hours for a round. It's not exactly as if it's a nice course worth the wait. It's basic and not very well looked after.