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Crook Golf Club - County Durham, United Kingdom

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Crook Golf Club, Crook, County Durham, DL15 9AA, United Kingdom

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01388 762429
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http://www.crookgolfclub.com/
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info@crookgolfclub.com
Length: 6052yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 70

About the Golf Club

Established 1919, the course is situated some 12 miles from Durham, 7 miles from Bishop Auckland, the gateway to the Dales.

A true test of golf and a challenge to all categories of golfers, with rolling fairways, a couple of blind second shots and some excellent greens, the pace and consistency combined with natural borrows make them very interesting.

Par is 70, with a standard scratch of 69 taking in 6076 yards.
Including 5 par 3’s and 3 par 5’s.

From the 6th tee one can enjoy some beautiful scenery around the course and views for miles around.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

This has got to be one of the best courses I have played in the north of England. the course is in fantastic condition and the scenery is amazing. Holes 3 and 7 stand out for the fact your tee shot sails over a former quarry which if your ball lands there your in serious trouble. The lay out of the course means you always seem to be going up hill but its all worth it. Some of the holes leave you with a blind second shot, which for high handicappers can cause problems if your shot happens to go off target, you can quite easily lose your ball and take a high score.

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