Hunley Hotel & Golf Club - Millenium Course
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Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities, Internet Access
Last before lockdown
Always a fantastic round of golf! Green keepers must have worked extra hard to even make the course playable as very wet/boggy in some areas but greens were brilliant and ran superbly love Hunley and can’t wait to get out and play again
Nice course, let down by very poor signage
The first hole, with absolutely no protection from the driving range running parallel, was an interesting sight... And after the second we were utterly lost. Despite the staff’s promise of ‘loads of signage’ there is absolutely no direction between holes 2 and 3. Considering the third hole was at least a 400 yard walk down a track and under a railway bridge, this was quite simply ridiculous.
The score card had no map, again a stupid and lazy decision by the club, and we ended up letting a group play through just so we had someone to follow!
The course itself is nice enough, although rarely does one feel that they’re on the coast - besides one hole showcasing the view of the headland, there is little to no attempt to incorporate the great scenery. Compared to somewhere nice further north such as Warkworth, this course suffers from a distinct lack of imagination and creative setting.
The staff in the clubhouse were pleasant, although it was difficult to attract their attention even in a virtually empty bar, and after speaking to other golfers, this club’s pricing scale - essentially gouging a single player and rewarding a four ball - illustrates a clear contempt for non-members.
No doubt we’ll be back; once you know your way around, the course itself is well kept and all three of us shot 30+ points, but I hope that the club use this unfortunate second lockdown to improve the signage and general attention to detail. Could be much better than it is.
Had a good day as 4 ball group enjoying the golf, food and views.
Played Imperial course, there a 3 courses. Although things look open don’t be drawn into ‘going for it’ there are many hazards and difficulties. Getting a reasonable score takes care and planning.
One star less for conditions only because we played shortly after some heavy rain.
The layout of the course was very unprofessional.
Guess work,,looking for Your next tee . No information on the tee . Very frustrating. I won’t be back .
Good course - worth considering
Played the course for the first time after torrential rain the previous day so I can report the course drains quite well, it was in fairly good condition. As a course it has its challenges and offers wonderful views.
For some reason they had removed most of the hole signs which would have made it very difficult for anyone playing fr the first time fortunately I was playing with someone who had played there before.
Nonetheless I liked it and will come back.
Unfortunately we didn’t play on the millennium course which l was looking forward to, but the course we played was in good nick, besides one green which had G.U.R on it.
Very friendly staff and locals
Interesting course, a couple of non-distinct holes (particularly 6th), but in good condition, excellent fairways and greens, only let down by the bunkers that had wet and baked sand. Wind made the course a challenge, even though it was generally generous. The staff and locals were exceptionally friendly.
Our first time playing golf in Saltburn by the sea and we had a super time. Great course, plenty of variety. Lovely greens. Course played like a links. We will definitely be returning. Very helpful and friendly golf pro.
We played the Morgans Course [6,794 yards] – enjoyed it but it’s a tough test for the average amateur player with some blind approach shots into relatively small raised & undulating greens – very difficult to post a good score. Semi-rough is punishing and if you are unlucky enough to hit into the full rough you might as well forget it as the chances of finding the ball are almost nil. Sea views out to the East over the cliffs are very picturesque but the course is a bit hilly and exposed to the wind.
Round cost £17 on Golf Now
Facilities are okay, food and drink well priced
Would visit again
Most scenic course in the North East of England
A beautiful and well maintained golf course, with challenging but fair holes if you can it the ball straight. On this day I did and it is the second time this summer we played the course and both times the course was in good nick and a pleasure to play. A friendly pro and the members on the course make you welcome.
I definitely recommend to play here but on a nice day, but then I only play on nice days.
Great course, greens are immaculate. Tough course but very enjoyable!