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Cottrell Park Golf Club - South Glamorgan, United Kingdom
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Cottrell Park Golf Club, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CF5 6SJ, United Kingdom
About the Golf Club
The Mackintosh course, is named after Alfred Donald Mackintosh of Mackintosh the 28th Chief of Clan Mackintosh and Chief of Clan Chattan.
The course provides 6,407 challenging yards off the white tees and has been designed around the original features of the rolling parkland, including a Roman Motte.
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My 'local' club of choice, and both courses are great to play. The Button has a reputation for being tight and technical. As a high handicapper I've never felt this to be the case (try Real Bendinat in Mallorca for a tight course!) and usually post respectable scores. The Mac is more open than the Button but also features some tighter holes, the 7th in particular. The Button is regarded as the 'lesser' of the two courses - probably due to the championship status of the Mac - which tends to also make it the less busy of the two. The views afforded on both courses are incredible. Generally, the greens are in very good condition throughout the year.
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