Springwater Golf Club
|Red (W)||71||5367 yards|
|White M: 70.0/118||470||354||346||497||156||363||377||344||151||3058||378||322||443||164||584||394||207||529||183||3204||6262|
|Yellow M: 68.0/116||465||325||336||492||148||325||372||336||146||2945||366||317||396||160||543||389||193||525||178||3067||6012|
|Red W: 67.0/112||443||271||321||468||136||290||341||304||122||2696||350||297||350||149||427||317||178||463||140||2671||5367|
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Conference Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Showers, Locker Rooms
After the rain we've had in the last few days and heavy foot fall after lockdown the course was in surprisingly good condition. The greens were great as usual.
Clay soil and rain does not mix, course an absolute sodden mud bath. Greens in good order considering the conditions but thought more could be done to keep the rest of the course drained and tidy. Maybe green staff were off for lockdown but I expected better. Also signs of buggy use recently which is a shame given the wet clay should put a total stop on their use.
Very good course BUT
I have played spring warmer a few times it is a very nice course and normally well kept. On this occasion the course was very muddy ( no fault of the staff ) but for the time of year and the amount of rain we have had to be expected. My biggest problem was with the greens they seem to be covered in bald spots witch makes putting very hard to read as you can’t predict witch way the spots will move your ball. It was hard to pick a line on the green and trust where you were hitting as on more than one occasion the spots made my ball jump left/right
There was a problem with the online booking going through to the club but they were very accommodating and offered us an alternative tee-time within 10 minutes of our original tee-off. They also went out of their way to provide us with a buggy, special thanks to Dodger the green keeper. Cheers mate.
Quality course that’s reasonably priced. There are worse courses than this that cost £75-£100+ per round.
Started well, but the course was very busy and by the 10th it we had to wait for 2 lots of players before we could tee off. Decided enough was enough and walked in.
Very nice course in excellent condition but a very hilly course and fairways have a lot of downward lies or uphill depending how the ball lies not a great course for 20 plus handicapers ,some holes are blind to green and no course managment on tee boxes so if your 1st time its very difficult to manage your shots but all in all a good course but you certainly need a buggy.
A real treat
Have played Springwater several times before, and there's a reason we're prepared to travel 50 miles to play it again. Every hole has its challenges, but not insurmountable for high-handicap players.
The walk can be demanding for less robust golfers, a buggy is recommended if not reasonably fit (I'm 67 and of average fitness/health).
The course was in fabulous condition, the staff were as ever very helpful and welcoming - I'll keep coming to this gem of a club.
Great Course on a Sunny Day
Played here on a Sunday and the weather was brilliant and the course was also in great condition. Some interesting holes and the greens were in great condition and played quick. Didn't get a chance to go into the clubhouse, but I know from previous visits that there are very good facilities.
Greens in fantastic condition, quite fast compared to other courses around the area. If your a big hitter there’s quite a few driveable par 4s on this course which makes it fun!! Only negative is that it’s quite hilly and there’s quite a few blind holes but there clearly marked where to hit your drive for best position into the green. Love this course!!!
Slow play at times, but for the money this is a great course I recommend any1 to play it