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Boringdon Park Golf Club, Plymouth

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.4/5 based on 60 reviews on the web
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  • Visited here for the first time recently for a business meeting. Impressive views but hard to find. Also no one on reception to say where we were meeting or any signs. Coffee supplied could have been ...  read more »
  • We booked The Estuary Room for a family meal for 23. This on the top floor of the golf club with stunning views over the Plym Estuary and a lovely terrace. The terrace was cordoned off so no members o...  read more »
  • Went to my brother and sister in laws 25th aniversary party. The venue was well presented, clean and well maintained. Lovely views although we couldn't take full advantage because of the weather.They ...  read more »
  • As a non golfer, I have been to several functions/events and had many meals in the restaurant. I particularly enjoy the Thursday Steak Night and the Sunday Carvery, the food is both delicious and good value for money. The restaurant is modern, clean and offers a wide selection of products, with a good atmosphere created by the friendly staff. From the reception staff to the restaurant staff everyone who I met made me and my family feel very welcome. Definitely worth a visit, even if you don't play golf!
  • Been visiting Boringdon for a few months now and love everything about the place. As a non golfer myself I havent expreienced much of the course but fellow friends and colleagues rave about how good the course is and how the views are breathtaking. The food is outstanding from the carvery on a Sunday which has a wide choice of meats, veg, starters and deserts (sticky toffee pudding my personal favourite) to the lunches from the menu on weekdays, i have never had an issue. The staff are always very friendly and welcoming which makes the visit a lot more enjoyable and are very willing to help costumers. Overall Boringdon Park has everything you would want from amazing views, fantastic range of food, very friendly and helpful staff and a golf course that is kept in mint condition all year round.
  • Boringdon Park was an absolute dream to play and the views were stunning but most of all the course is a true test of anyone golf game. Considering all the rain we have had recently the course was in great condition. All of the green's and tee's where in play. The putting surfaces where true and lighting fast. This is definitely the best course in the area I have ever played and well worth the money. Our society has already booked up again for the summer. The Clubhouse facilities, food and staff are absolutely brilliant and well worth a 2nd visit or 3rd or more.
  • Fantastic food as usual
  • The course is, quite frankly, dreadful. I have played it regularly, unfortunately, since it opened and it seems to have gotten considerably worse rather than improved at all. The fairways alternate between clover, weeds and mud with rocks poking through. The bunkers are "filled" with construction standard silver sand (the cheapest possible) rather than quality sand. The greens are too firm, very patchy and pockmarked by pitchmarks all over. They neither chip nor putt well. The "water hazards" are an embarassment ... I have never seen hazards so poorly finished, with linings poking out all over the place and the large ditch between the 16th & 17th has nothing it it at all - it is just used as a rubbish dump. In addition, the course is very boringly designed - every hole goes straight up & down in the same/opposite direction over 2 large fields - like the middle 6 at Staddon Heights but for 18 holes! Finally, the course has not been built or maintained properly - there is virtually no topsoil over all the building rubble that was used to artificially construct the course, which has led to the fairways & rough being covered in clover, weeds and thistles etc., while the rough is never cut, just left to grow wild and any ball running off the slopy, bare fairways is virtually impossible to find. There are so many better golf courses in and around Plymouth & Devon - do yourself a favour, play anything else, even if it costs you a couple of pounds more ... it will be well worth it.
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