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Porters Park Golf Club - Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
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Porters Park Golf Club, Radlett, Hertfordshire, WD7 7AZ, United Kingdom
About the Golf Club
Porters Park offers golfers of all standards a challenging but enjoyable experience. The course is laid out over very attractive undulating former parkland which emphasises the need for players to show good course management if they wish to score well.
Porters Park has been a regional qualifying course for the Open Championship on six occasions and is the home of the King George V Coronation Cup for men and the Ladies Centenary Cup. Porters Park is also the founding club for the England Boys Malcolm Reid trophy.
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Brilliant parkland course only 12 miles from London and about 25 minutes by train from St Pancras. Even though the first is short it is still tricky,then it gets harder and harder with placement,length and accuracy all needed,streams and bunkers are well placed to catch any errant shots.We played in May 2006,the rough was not high but tricky,the greens were magnificent and with a howling wind causing chaos. Great facilities,very pleasnat pro shop who could have not been more helpfull,bar staff after the round very welcoming and affable. A must play
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