Mill Hill Golf Club
|Red (W)||72||5384 yards||72.3||132|
|White M: 72.1/130||430||141||282||357||531||431||376||172||471||3191||393||156||439||363||330||450||214||417||393||3155||6346|
|Yellow M: 71.0/131||423||130||282||348||516||424||366||163||471||3123||384||153||424||353||315||440||191||400||365||3025||6148|
|Red W: 72.3/132||400||92||267||286||476||389||318||151||330||2709||337||145||414||260||247||425||172||359||316||2675||5384|
Food & BeverageBar
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Lounge
Great course for value
Excellent condition for the time of year, lovely layout and good greens, for a very good price
The course is in fantastic condition given the weather we have had recently. The fairways were firm and well kept. The greens were running true and well looked after. Thinking of becoming a member
Golf in a swamp
Winter golf on the clay of north London is never pretty but this is certainly the boggiest excuse for a golf course I have experienced. The fairways were in terrible condition - a small minority were relatively dry to be fair but on the whole I had to pick my plugged ball out of the fairway before every shot. On two occasions my foot sunk deep into the fairway. This was not golf, hence I walked off on the 14th hole. MHGC should not be charging money at this time of the year and instead should close the course for 2-3 weeks to allow the turf time to recover. Aside from the course’s chronic drainage issues, the greens were overgrown and badly kept, resembling more a fairway on other courses in North London.
Firstly by inexplicably booking 2 tee times you chose to pay £62 for a £30 green fee. The day you chose to play more than half the surrounding golf courses in the area were closed due to the rain and preceding storms so naturally the course was wet as it is located on London clay. Half the course has been drained and those holes were eminently playable. The rest will be completed this year. Your comments are grossly unreasonable.
Good layout but
Played dinnertime behind 3 fourballs and very slow round . Drainage work obvious but still very wet in places after overnight rain.
Good course layout and probably a lot better to play in summer when dry and not worried about going sliding down hills.
Greens ok but just been treated etc.
Some great water holes
Great course with a fantastic layout, the 17th is a real card killer! Good paths from the tees saves the course from being boggy in the winter month's.
Only downside is getting to the 1st and back from the 18th but nowt they can do about that and only a small grumble!
Best shoe cleaning service EVER!!!
One of the best shoe cleaning service EVER!!!
Power water, air, brush!!! Shoes have never been so clean!! Even cleaned my spare pair!
Course needs better drainage, which they are working on.
Nice course layout. Makes u think about club choice.
True greens. Look forward to seeing it the summer
First time we played here.
Was rather strange layout, in terms of the course being the other side of a major road meaning u have a good 5 minute walk to the 1st.
Course was very wet.
But considering the time of year and the price.
I would definitely recommend and.likely to play again in the summer.
Not a bad course
Trolley was not allowed as it was wet and muddy from the previous days of rain. Course is flat and well marked so no issue with walking. Drainage was so so - shoes and pants were more or less ruined. However, I could see it being a pleasant course in spring/summer time. Liked the layout a lot. Played on a hot deal so money for value was good but wouldn't pay more than £30.
Course in immaculate conditions (bar the drainage lines all over the course) but they are clearly preparing for winter. Spongy fairways and through greens. Was so easy to hit irons off these fairways. Only negatives are the fact you have to cross the road to get to the course from the clubhouse and that the traffic is super noisy for the first 3/4 holes. Will play again. Also got hot deals for £25 each. Great value for money and would happily pay £35-£40