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Reading Golf Club - Berkshire, United Kingdom

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Reading Golf Club, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 8SG, United Kingdom

0118 947 2909
Length: 6256yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 70

About the Golf Club

Welcome to Reading Golf Club. The course at Reading Golf Club is a great test for golfers of all levels, making splendid use of the undulating wooded terrain of the Chiltern Hills. The trees and bunkers on the course, combined with the undulating ground, place a premium on accurate driving.

There are indoor nets in addition to an outdoor driving practice area and putting green. The Clubhouse is no smoking and offers a bar, spike bar, restaurant and full changing facilities.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

Relaxed,friendly & welcoming club. The first 4 holes on this established ,pleasant parkland course are a bit up & down .Then the course really gets going .From here to the end there a good variety of interesting holes (i didn't think any of the back 9 holes were weak). The four par 3's are excellent (the 15th is a real beauty).They're all between 120 - 155 yards (short doesn't necessarily mean easy as they're well protected & have elevation changes ) & are great fun to play.It's a pleasure to play short enjoyable par 3's like these rather than long, bland 3/4 iron 190/200 yard par 3's which feature on some courses almost as if they think they're somehow compulsory. It's also a well designed course which makes you think off the tee & has very well thought out & clever bunkering

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