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Playgolf London, Harrow

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  • My friend and I had talked for while about learning to play golf and had never got around to it. We recently decided to visit the 'Playgolf London' Centre at Northwick Park since we both had one windo...  more »
  • This is a good place with a good bar and restaurant. Been there a few times to meet friends in there bar for a drink. Good for car park. Nice you can see and watch people playing golf even if you do n...  more »
  • My boys age 5 and 7 always enjoy the driving range here. I like the automated ball teeing system as this saves your back from having to tee up each time. We all love it and they lend you the kids club...  more »
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  • Range and course both need work. Just doesn't feel like they are maintaining them very well. For some reason the range has nets at approx 175 yards. Why? Also the dispensing machines often have problems - and the other day I came and they had run out of balls! On the plus side the range has adjustable height tees which is good for me! The course itself is fine - pretty average condition. Playable but greens are in so so condition.
  • Arrived at about 5pm (Sunday 11th June) and all the range ball machines out of order and apparently no-one around to collect the 1000's of balls already on the range. Went to reception and they basically said the range is closed (which means they will have lost lots of money during a prime time). They didn't seem particularly concerned that they inconvenienced many customers or losing lots of revenue (you would have thought they had a contingency plan for this scenario because its happened quite often). I think I'd better use up my credit on my range card asap. Will no longer take the risk of topping up my range card with a £100 at a time just in case they go bust (just got a sneaky feeling that things are going a bit sour for them). Plus spent £5 to go on the short game area which is in a terrible neglected condition. Skid marks on the putting greens , the other practice greens dimpled and in a bad state. Rocks and debris in the bunkers and virtually no sand. Waste of money really and this apparent neglect is a bad sign that their business might not be faring very well.
  • Shop and shop team are great. But the driving range is awful. Mats torn, machines out of order and no tees for the mats. Whoever heard of a driving range without tees. Shop is 4-5 but driving range is 1 at best
  • Everything you expect to find at a golf driving range with a good bar, decent cafe and good golf store. Excellent value for money.
  • A decent 9 hole course. The driving range is on 2 levels, so has plenty of bays. There are loads of other facilities at the venue: gym, dance classes, golf store, cafe, mini golf, batting cages, and restaurant. So if the parking lot seems crowded, it doesn't necessarily mean the course is busy.