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Milford Golf Club - Surrey, United Kingdom

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Milford Golf Club, Milford, Surrey, GU8 5HS, United Kingdom

01483 419200
Length: 5960yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 69

About the Golf Club

Opened in 1993 the 6,000-yard, par 69 course incorporates the natural landscape of woodland, meadow and lakes. Designed by the noted design pairing of Peter Alliss and Clive Clark, Milford provides great variety of play.

Tees and greens are constructed to a high modern specification and, along with the fairways, benefit from an extensive irrigation system. This combined with the naturally sandy soil, ensures that excellent conditioned are maintained year round.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

Played this course yesterday and was quite impressed. All the staff were very friendly and extremely helpful. Fairways, rough etc.. were bone dry but the greens were in excellent condition. It didn't appear too challenging at first, but the design meant that control of both distance and direction are essential to get away with a reasonable score, the short 17th and the tee shot on the 18th being prime examples.

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