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Brockley Hill Golf Park - Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Brockley Hill Golf Park, Stanmore, Middlesex, HA7 4LR, United Kingdom
- 020 8420 6222
About the Golf Club
Brockley Hill Golf Park has a 9 hole golf course designed by Martin Gillett. Plus a two-tier, floodlit, thirty-eight bay driving range.
Tuition is also available.
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This is a nine hole, par 3 course which winds itself around the excellent driving range. When I visited I was impressed by how well the course was maintained and presented. Most of the holes are, however, bland and relatively uninteresting. Presumably this is on the grounds of cost and maintenance as several holes play downhill and could easily be made more attractive and challenging. Play is from good tee mats but, with eight holes within 34 yards of each other in length, you won't need to carry a full set of clubs. The greens are flattish with no severe slopes or undulations but seem to be nicely paced and very true.
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