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Sweetwoods Park Golf Club, Cowden

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • Wow loved this course. Very interesting holes. Greens were the best I have played on this year! Pro shop has great sale. Misses brought some FJ shoes at a great price. Club house was excellent and the...  read more »
  • This is the perfect place for chilling out - I love to come here after playing tennis and going to for brunch. The food is delightful! The course itself is gorgeous, well-kept and overall an enjoyable...  read more »
  • I have been a member of this club for a year now, the atmosphere is great, very friendly. The course is the best in the area and the swindle is played between a good bunch of blokes and ladies. want t...  read more »
  • I have played Sweetwoods Park a number of times at different seasons of the year and enjoyed both the course and the catering afterwards. Today (1st May 2015) at 16.30 I telephoned the club to book a three ball game on Tuesday 5th May. I didn't use the online booking as we all hold County Cards and there was no way to obtain the reduced green fee applicable to County Card holders when booking online. When I telephoned I found that I couldn' t speak to anyone: all I could get was a recorded message telling me that I could book online. Sorry Sweetwoods I will play elsewhere.
  • Always enjoy a round here. Nice clubhouse
  • I have played here twice now. The first time it was difficult to come away with a very positive experience as the weather was not the best, fine rain for the whole round, and thus the scoring suffered a bit. The last time though the weather was perfect and showed the course off in a much better light. It's no pushover though and presents a good challenge for all levels of player. The greens were very fast too, so the short game needs to be spot on. To give you an indication of how easy it is to err, I three putted a hole where I won nearest the pin (i.e. about 5 foot away). It's always difficult to remember every hole when it's a year apart that you play it, but I do recall that the first is quite an intimidating tee shot for starters, with a tough uphill approach to the first green not making it any easier even if you get your drive away. The par threes are all tricky, apart from maybe the 5th if you ignore the water in front of the tee. One of them is around 210 yards, so quite a test for the mid to high handicapper. There's no real let up either. Once you've negotiated the tough par 5s on the back 9, 18 is daunting, particularly if, like me, you are looking for 2 points to play to your handicap. Who put that bloody great tree in the middle of the fairway? And the approach shot is tough too, to a downhill green protected by three bunkers. All in all, an enjoyable experience if your game isn't too off, and somewhere I'd be happy to go back to again
  • Well preserved
  • Fantastic golf course.
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