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Bungay and Waveney Valley Golf Club - Suffolk, United Kingdom

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Bungay and Waveney Valley Golf Club, Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 1DS, United Kingdom

01986 892337
Length: 6044yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 69

About the Golf Club

Bungay and Waveney Valley Golf Course is situated on Outney Common, just outside the town.

The course sits in a horseshoe- shaped loop formed by the River Waveney, and is an inland heathland course, with plenty of gorse and a mixture of pine and birch trees.

Set in 84 acres of well-drained land, it is a very comfortable course to walk and rarely suffers from excessive water.

The greens are quite small and well-protected, and the challenge is therefore in accuracy rather than length. In early spring the course is at its best, with the abundance of gorse in flower and some lovely views over the surrounding marshes.

There is a variety of wildlife to distract you from your game, and skylarks can often be heard singing overhead.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

Just played this course in a recent County Mens 2nd Team match. The course itself is a heathland and played on a common, and is relatively flat, with a valley running through the course. The greens were a bit slow, just enough so that you were having to "hit" putts instead of "stroke" them. Holes of note include the narrow, long par 4 8th and the difficult downhill 11th, the fiddly 14th and the long uphill par 5 17th (the only one!)

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