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Crowne Plaza Resort Colchester - Five Lakes

Address Crowne Plaza Resort Colchester - Five Lakes, Colchester Road, Tolleshunt Knights, Maldon, CM9 8HX
Telephone 01621 868888 (Hotel)
01621 862326 (Teetimes)
01621 862 326 (Tuition)
Website Click here
Email enquiries@cpcolchester.co.uk
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Holes Links Course - 18
Lakes Course - 18
Built to USGA green specification and with two amazing
Yardage Links - 5,981 / Lakes - 6,313
Par 71 - 72
Visitors Weekdays unrestricted, handicap certificate not required, weekends & bank holidays unrestricted after 1pm
Golf breaks at Five Lakes
Societies Advanced booking is required. Corporate & Golf Society Packages.
Green Fees
Links: Peak time D per round
Lakes: Peak time E per round
Preferred rate for hotel guests
Course Designer The Lakes: Neil Coles
The Links Course was completed in 1975
Location Set in 320 acres of countryside, 8 miles S of Colchester, off B1026.
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Facilities
• Selection of restaurants and bars including the 2AA Rosette Camelot restaurant
• Conference and banqueting rooms, including one of the largest exhibition arenas in the south-east
• Country Club and Spa
• Golf Academy
• Driving range (see information below), short-game practice area for chipping, pitching and bunker practice, three practice putting greens
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Course Description Easy walking layout combining man-made lakes new trees and well placed bunkers with mature trees and hedgerows.

The Lakes, with generous fairways, large greens and water hazards, is used annually as a PGA European Tour qualifying course.
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I played The Five Lakes Golf And Country Club on Sunday 12th July 09. There are 2 courses at this venue, The Lakes but I played The Links.
The Links as you would expect is a very open course but in this instance fairly bland and unchallenging, although the last few holes were a bit more interesting. The fairways were in excellent condition with very long grass hugging each side, however what lets this course down are the greens which were by far the worse I've ever played on (I've played for 30+ years). They were dry, cracked, bare and basically were basically un-playable. I would have abandoned the round had it not been for a new driver I was trying out.
I complained about to the club house and in fairness the pro offered a voucher to play The Lakes next time I visit free of charge. My view is that the course needs to be closed and remedial works undertaken.
Dwilkins July 13, 2009
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Hours N/A
Bays 8
Covered Yes
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit Yes
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