Addington Court Golf Club
Addington Court Golf Club, Surrey is a 45 hole club with the 18 hole, par 68 (5599 yard) Championship course, 18 hole Falconwood Course and 9 hole Academy course. A private, parkland golf course.
Featherbed Lane, Addington, Surrey, CR0 9AA United KingdomTel: 020 8657 0281 | Fax: 020 8657 0282
Golf Pro: Paul Oliver | Tel: 0208 657 0281
Contact/Secretary: A Weller 020 8651 5270
Tee Time InformationPrice Guide: £££
- Midweek Guide: Championship: £16.00 per round; Falconwood: £18.00 per round *
- Weekend Guide: Championship: £21.00 per round; Falconwood: £23.00 per round *
* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.
Facilities & Visitor Information
Course Information: Other holes | Par Championship Course 68; The Falconwood Course | Championship Course 5599; The Falconwood Cour yards | Private | Parkland
Facilities: Driving range, Golf clubs for hire, Golf buggies for hire, Golf pro shop, Changing rooms, Golf clubhouse, Bar, Food available, Available for functions, golf course.
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Addington Court Golf Club Reviews & Information
3.26 ... Overall Rating
3.22 ... The Course
3.11 ... Facilities/Serv.
3.46 ... VFM
631 ratings from Golfshake members - Ranked 1699 out of 1932.
HIGHLY RATED - 93% would play again or recommend
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What the club says: The challenging Championship course was designed in 1932 and has the feel of a long established and challenging course. If you don’t feel quite up to the demands of the 9 hole course or the Championship course, why not try the 18 hole Falconwood course that will test your golfing skills.
What Golfshake says:
Most Helpful Review
I played the Falconwood a couple of days ago. I had actually played here earlier in the summer and at that point it was in reasonable condition and is a simple, but enjoyable challenge. Not so this time. To call the greens dry would constitute gross understatement on my behalf. My suspicions were aroused on the first when I hit a towering sand iron into the green which then bounced 20 feet in the air. At first I assumed i had hit a sprinkler head or a stone, on reaching the green however, it became apparent that this has not been the case. I use the term 'green' loosely, 'light brown' would be a more appropriate definition. Every single green on the course is barren. It is no exaggeration to say that not a single living blade of grass exists beyond the fringe. Not only is each green dead, they are also cracked and have the appearance of the grand canyon in miniature. These cracks, similar to tectonic plates seem to have pressed against each other and have formed large ridges which make putting impossible. Even the greenkeepers at Augusta National would be horrified at the speed the neglect of the course has these greens running at. Anything over a 3 inch back-swing with the short stick and you will send your ball running back off the green. One benefit is that the soil is so parched of water it has had a shrinking effect around the hole itself, making the diameter a solid inch wider than usual.
It is truly impossible to state how appalling the Falconwood is. I am convinced that the greens have not been watered once all summer. Even though cheap bookings are available online they are not worth it. The Falconwood is more likely to send you into a state of deep self loathing and depression than provide anything approaching an enjoyable round of golf. - Aug 31 2016
Golfshake Team Review
- Jan 14 2013
Golf Course Reviews for Addington Court Golf Club
its short with the yellows at under 5300 so it is a confidence booster compared to average 6000 plus local tracks.more hilly than I recalled so some serious cardio at times.most bunkers awfull or were G.U.R and greens were not great but what would you expect for the price. I enjoyed it pace of play was good and shot 87 which is good for me.Poor signage means a first timer could get lost
This is where I started playing golf. I do like some of the holes. Not too tough, but still a nice test of your game. Played when it was completely frozen. First 13 greens were like concrete so please with the score. Nice clubhouse but changing rooms need to be seriously updated. Overall a good day and would recommend.
(Round played: Feb 2018 - Score: 83 Handicap: 11.5)
(Round played: Jan 2018 - Score: 91 Handicap: 23.1)
(Round played: Oct 2017 - Score: 92 Handicap: 24.3)
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