Bridgend Golf Club
|Medal (18-hole)||67||5451 yards|
|Yellow (18-hole)||67||5076 yards|
|Red (18-hole)||69||4993 yards|
|White M: 30.1/102||354||207||139||298||206||438||392||282||340||2656||2656|
|Yellow M: 29.0/101||344||200||129||294||160||401||384||279||316||2507||2507|
|Red W: 30.5/100||339||193||121||294||153||401||379||272||312||2464||2464|
Food & BeverageBar, Snacks
Available FacilitiesLounge, Banquet Facilities, Showers, Locker Rooms
I am not a golfer used to fancy courses but this was by far the worst I have played in Scotland. Greens were sandy and cored. The course was in poor condition, the greens especially but also tee boxes not cut, and not sure we're the fairway or rough started, bunkers were a mess with rabbit holes in them.
Maybe it was better previous times? Not worth £25 would have payed about 10-12 for it
Very nice course. Markers ball cleaners. Set up nice and easy , a bit over priced should be less than £15 considering but I enjoyed it nice to try something different
Course layout is ok and is a challenge due to the hills and mature layout but is very wet in sections and the greens and bunkers are in poor condition compared to other local courses. I think £15/16 is expensive for the course and should be about £10 for 9 holes.
Unlikely to play again as other local courses are in better condition and better priced.
Not great value for money
Greens very bare and bobbly and in general poor condition for this time of year.for 9 holes £10-£12 would be fairer.
Not worth the money
For £25 this is not value for money. This is a 9 hole course and not in the best condition. It doesn’t help when teeing off and people are kicking football across the hole for footgolf. I would pay £10 for this course at the maximum
First time on the course
After the lockdown restrictions were lifted we played Bridgend and was very surprised on the condition of the course, lovely fairways the approach and the greens were in excellent condition, a enjoyable day out and we would certainly go back!!