Woodlake Park - South Wales - Wales

Woodlake Park Golf & Country Club,
Glascoed,
Monmouthshire,
NP4 0TE,
Wales


  • +44 (0) 1291 673933

  • Michael Wood

  • David Feherty of Hand Made Designs

  • Gavin Evans

Established in 1993, the course at Woodlake Park Golf & Country Club was built by David Feherty and Hand Made Designs on a naturally rolling landscape with all of the greens constructed to USGA specification.

Stretching to just over 6,300 yards from the back tees, the course plays to a par of 72 (36 out then 36 in) with water coming into play at the 196-yard 16th (“Moorhen”) where a pons protects the left side of the green

Highlight holes include tough par fours at the 6th (“Coot”) and 15th (“Lapwing”), along with the longest of the par threes at the 231-yard 4th (“Snipe”). There’s also a chance of ending with a birdie on the short par four 18th (“Swan”) which doglegs slightly left to the home green.

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Description: Established in 1993, the course at Woodlake Park Golf & Country Club was built by David Feherty and Hand Made Designs on a naturally rolling landscape with all of the greens constructed to USGA specification. Rating: 4 out of 10 Reviews: 1
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David Baxter

I have played Woodlake Park a number of times, in various weathers, and one thing you are always struck by is the location by a reservoir with views to the Brecon Beacons (stunning when the peaks are snow capped). I've much admiration for the owner Mr Wood who established the course in the mid 1990's, although I do feel in recent years the quality of the much heralded American style greens have lost a bit of their gloss. The course is hilly and a good walk (bit of a slog when wet) and offers a variety of holes. You start with a 90 degree uphill dogleg, followed by a really really tight downhill dogleg par 4, then an uphill par 5 and that theme seems to continue. Quite a few interesting holes, but one or two bland ones (par 3's at 10 and 14 feel like fill in's) and the front nine has more interest than the back nine with holes 17/18 a bit bland/weak. Having said that the 16th is a good par 3, with the green sat beside a lake.

August 20, 2022
4 / 10
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