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Sharpley Golf CentreSharpley Golf Centre, County Durham is an 18 hole, Par 71 (5901 yard), private, inland links golf course. Price Guide: £££
B1404, Seaton, Seaham, County Durham, SR7 0NP United KingdomTel: 0191 5131100
Golf Pro: Simon Robinson
Contact/Secretary: Carole Weightman
Book a Tee TimePrice Guide: £££
- Midweek Guide: £18.00 per round; £64.00 per 4 ball (excl Bank Hols);Big Value Monday £16 per round/£54 per 4 ball Twilight from £10 *
- Weekend Guide: £23.00 per round; £84.00 per 4 ball *
Facilities: Driving range, Golf clubs for hire, Golf buggies for hire, Golf clubhouse, Bar, Food available, Accommodation available, golf course.
Location: South of Sunderland Easy access from A19 Seaton Seaham Junction of B1404 and 10 mins from A1(M)
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262 ratings from Golfshake members
What the club says: Set in beautiful rolling countryside and boasting panoramic sea views, Sharpley Golf course is an absolute pleasure to play - it is challenging Par 71 and has many unusual water features and established greens. The course has been designed with input from three top architects and shaped using an experienced team, over a number years and therefore has an established feel with greens built to USGA standards. The Head Greenkeeper Richard Hood boasts over 25 years of experince and is committed to Sharpley. An extensive drainage network built into the course boasts the newest technology, meaning whatever the weather, the course will be in the condition golfers expect, day to day, season to season.
(Round played: Oct 2013 - Score: 91 Handicap: 0)
I had a 4 ball booked for bank holiday Monday as a friend was making his yearly visit to Durham from his home in Cambridge. When he visits we usually play at my local course which is Mt Oswalds in Durham and over the years this has become a customary thing. I have recently played Sharperly & liked it so suggested that we change venues and play there instead. I booked the T off time weeks in advance with no problem and 24 hours before we were due to play I rang up again to confirm and also to check that the course had a set of left handed clubs for hire for our visiting friend. I was told that this was no problem and the clubs would be waiting for us upon our arrival.
We duly arrived the next day and on going to the club house we were told that the staff had "lost" the hire clubs and could not find them. The two members of staff were full of apologies & we waited while they tried to find the clubs. Some time later there were still no clubs. By this time we were concerned that our T time would be completely lost and our friend was growing increasingly frustrated.
To cut a long story short, the clubs could not be found, our friend ended up having to leave the course without playing and the three of us T'd off 15 minutes late.
We had been looking forward to playing as a 4 ball & this left us bitterly disappointed. The most forgiving word I can give the course is Amateurish. If there was any problem with the hire clubs, they had my number, they should have contacted me, then we would have had time to try & book elsewhere.
To exacerbate matters further, when I returned home I emailed the course to inform them of my dissatisfaction, I did receive a reply but it was very non descript and really seemed like they weren't particularly bothered. I am yet to receive a reply from my further email, I think this says it all..
This is a young course which has some real interesting holes & features. Because of this shocking customer service however I shall not be returning, nor shall I be recommending it to any of my associates.
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Visitor InformationVisitors: Sharpley is the driest inland course in the North East, unique soil, drainage and construction and has never lost a day due to rain yet.
Society bookings for 2013 Now taken. Society meals available everyday if pre booked.
Restrictions: Maximum Handicap 36
Inland Links golf course
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