Golf Kingdom Family Golf & Leisure Park
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Address: Whalebone Lane North, Chadwell Heath, Essex, RM6 6SB United Kingdom
Tel: 020 8597 1120
Golf Kingdom Family Golf & Leisure Park Reviews & Information
4.00 ... Overall Rating
3.83 ... The Course
3.50 ... Course Cond.
3.17 ... Facilities/Serv.
4.17 ... VFM
3.83 ... Pace of play
4.33 ... Hospitality.
3.67 ... Prac. Facil.
2.33 ... Food + Drink
6 ratings & 5 reviews on Golfshake. Ranked out of 2183.
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Golf Course Reviews for Golf Kingdom Family Golf & Leisure Park
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Very nice course
Decent CourseGreat course on a sunny day. The social distancing made access to the facilities limited but really nice, friendly staff made up for it.
(Round played: Jun 2020 - Score: 85 Handicap: 22.2)
Very nice courseThis is a very nice course and gives you a combination of challenging tight fairways as well as some easy short par 4s. Good value for money and great course to learn to tighten your game. Greens may not be best and tee boxes could do with some work, but overall, enjoy playing there. There are no practice range or practice green which is a shame and could have added so much value to this course. Though Hole 1 is straight and short and helps getting your swing warmed up through to the par 3 second. Don't go right on the 3rd or you are either in the water or cant see the green/blocked by the trees. 4th tee deceives you to aim right and many times you end up in the trees on the right if not on the 5th tee box! 5th hole is a par 3 which plays a bit longer than it looks, so take a club more if in doubt. 6th is challenging tee off as you need to avoid the water, but if you play off the banks on the left, you should get a nice roll back to middle of fairway. Green rolls uphill so club up again if flag at the back. 7th is short and nice par 3. 8th is tricky as water lines up the whole right side, but this is a nice hole to hit your driver if you don't slice/fade it too much. Green is raised, so take a club more to reach. 9th hole gives you a nice par 3 before the tough 10th. From the 10th tee, the fairway seem accessible via the narrowest of gaps between the tree line, and with water on left and thick rough on right, could be scary for some. The next par 3 on 11th should calm you down a bit if you had a big score on the 10th but the 12th is the hardest par 3 and could end a good run right there. You can barely see the green some 212yards away and the gap between the trees appear deceptively narrow. Good to get bogey and move on. Next two holes should result in good pars until the 15th. Tough hole as you need to get on the correct spot on the fairway on the left and also far enough to clear the trees for second shot to raised two tier green. Another potential round buster. But from there, the next par 4s should give you chances for birdies. Playing 18th from the white means a long walk to the tee, and the drive can appear daunting from there. Challenging hole to finish but great par 5. The big tree on the approach to the green seem to block all routes to the green but this is mostly only for the big hitters trying to go for the green in 2. All in all, very enjoyable course.
(Round played: Jun 2020 - Score: 96 Handicap: 26.1)