Review for Brocket Hall (Palmerston)

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Played here in a society at the end of November, it was a very chilly day - just before the snow hit the UK. We had good breakfast, the starter was very helpful and friendly, in fact the service all round was excellent - as was lunch later that day. The course has a enjoyable variety of holes, especially if you like tree lined fairways. It's hard to believe this course is only 10 years old, as it sits so well in the landscape, it's an outstanding example of sympathetic course design. As others have mentioned the 12th is a very interesting hole with a small 'quarry' in the middle of the fairway to make you choose your club with care The only negative I would mention is bit of road noise from A1 on holes 4 & 13 on the east side Not quite as good a course as Bearwood Lakes or the excellent Druids Glen, but a glorious parkland course none the less, and good experience, I would definitely play it again.

Date: December 29, 2010


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