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Bourn Golf Club

Bourn Golf Club, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire,England
Address Bourn Golf Club, Toft Road, Bourn, Cambridge, CB23 2TT
Telephone 01954 718057
Website www.bourngolfandleisure.co.uk
Email info@bourngolfandleisure.co.uk
Holes • 18-hole parkland course designed as 2 loops of 9 holes
• 9 hole par 3 academy course
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Yardage 6594
Par 72
Visitors Warm and friendly welcome.
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Monday - Friday prior arrangement. Packages can be tailor-made to suit your needs.
Green Fees
Weekdays D / Weekends E
9-hole course: A / B
First opened in 1991.
Location Bourn Golf Club is located in quiet, rolling countryside on the outskirts of Bourn and 8 miles from Cambridge on the B1046, about 5 miles from the M11 J12.
• PGA Professional / Lessons Call 01954 718057 / Golf Club Repairs and Golf Shoe Repairs
NB Buggies available in dry months - booking advisable
• Driving Range (see information below) and Automated Practice Net / Two Practice Putting Green
• Adjoining fitness club with swimming pool, exercise equipment, sauna, well-being suite, etc.
• Camping and Caravan Club Site
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About the
"A river runs throughout, which in combination with 3 lakes results in 11 holes having water hazards.
Overall it offers an enjoyable, peaceful challenge to all levels of golfers."
Exc. from Bourn's own Website

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This is a decent enough but quite unremarkable golf course . The layout works fine, it's reasonably scenic, the greens are quite fast but the bunkers are filled with a curiously coloured substance that is difficult to play from.
My main problem with this establishment is off the course. When I walked off a shade after 7.00 pm, after a 5 hour round (even the light rough was super lush after continuous rain and there was much ball searching) in July, as a society member I was looking forward to a drink. However, this was not possible as they had decided to close the bar. I found this strange, as I had always assumed that the bar was an important income stream to clubs (my usual orange juice and lemonade in a glass half full of ice must offer a very handsome profit at 3+ quid a go). But even if I am over-estimating the financial attraction what about customer service? True we were a group of one-off customers but to be treated in such a way is neither courteous nor good business. And how about the more regular users? If I were a member playing a high summer evening round I'd expect the bar to be available long after 7.00 pm. So without slaking my considerable thirst I sloped off to the changing room for a nice hot shower. Second disappointment. The men's changing room is very drab, basic and not very clean. The fittings are more like those of a 60s comprehensive school than a private members golf club and it didn't look as if the room had been decorated for a considerable time. After multiple and persistent prodding of the shower button I managed to obtain lukewarm water in which to shower.
All in all a rather dull and un-enjoyable experience.
Mark: 4
D Johnson July 18, 2012

This course is now 15 yrs old and is already maturing into a fine parkland course and a tough test of golf. The clubhouse facilities are excellent with a fitness centre attached. The food is superb and worth playing there for that alone. Great value.
Brian Buncombe (Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours Day light
Open throughout the year
Bays Choice of 2 covered, 4 artificial or grass teeing areas with target zones and flags.  Also practice bunker.
Heated 0
Floodlit 0
Range balls are available from the Pro Shop either by the tube at £1.50 or baskets at £2.50.
Note that these prices may have changed since date of publication

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