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Perivale Park Golf Club - Middlesex, United Kingdom

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Perivale Park Golf Club, Greenford, Middlesex, UB6 8TJ, United Kingdom

020 8575 7116
Length: 2267yds | Holes: 9 | Par: 34

About the Golf Club

Perivale Park is one of the three course owned and operated by Ealing Council (Brent Valley and Horsenden Hill). The course is 9-hole situated amongst the meadows running alongside the River Brent. As a consequence the course is of a flatter landscape with riverside surroundings.

The course is suitable for both beginners and more experienced golfers, this 2733 yards (with competition tees) course has a SSS 65. Resident club based at the course is Perivale Golf Club. Facilities include practice area, changing facilities, club

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

I learned to play golf on this course when i was 13. I still go back and play this course every sunday because of my love for this place, very helpful staff and they make a nice cup of tea in the cafe. I have heard many say they lose balls in the brook on the 6th and i must say i have found lots of balls in that little are of trees. Try aiming left and drawing the ball in if you hit it into the brook often.

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