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Golf at the Bristol

As golfers of ability, the new owners take great pride in the presentation of their courses. Whilst looking to enhance the 18 hole layout, Get Golfing will maintain its intrinsically beautiful design.

On a former deer park with panoramic views across the Severn Estuary, the two courses challenge the experienced golfer as well as beginners. Enjoy the benefits of modern construction methods too and USGA specification greens, tees & approaches as well as a fully automated irrigation system.

In addition to the main course, there’s an outstanding 9 hole par 3 course as well as a 15-bay floodlit driving range inviting you to stretch out those limbs before your round.

 

18 Hole Main Course Scorecard

WHS COURSE HANDICAP TABLE

  • Local Rules
    1. Out of Bounds
    a. Beyond any fence, hedge and white posts that border the course.
    b. 1st and 2nd hole – a ball that lies on or to the left of the road.
    c. 18th hole – a ball that lies on or to the right of the road, the pathway at the
    back of the green, the patio areas.
    2. Immovable Obstructions – Rule 16.1
    a. Artificially surfaced areas (gravel, concrete, tarmac).
    b. All sprinkler heads, pipes and covers for the watering system.
    c. All wooden seats, fixed course furniture and waste bins.
    d. Man-made steps.
    e. Small bricked wall in the left hand rough on the 9th.
    f. All staked trees.
    In addition if the ball lies in the general area and an immovable obstruction,
    on or within two club lengths of the putting green and within two club
    lengths of the ball, intervenes on the line of play between ball and hole, the
    ball may be lifted and dropped at the reference point where the ball is a) not
    nearer the hole, b) avoids the intervention and c) is not on the putting green. Rule 16.1b
    3. Bunkers
    Stones in bunkers are movable obstructions. Rule 15.2.
    4. Tractor Marks, Drainage Works, GUR
    A ball that lies in a tractor mark or drainage work, may be lifted, cleaned and dropped within one club length of the reference point. Rule 16.1 Relief for a ball lying in GUR MUST be taken.
    5. Penalty Areas
    As defined by yellow stakes or red stakes Rule 17.1d.
    If the player does not know whether the ball is in the penalty area (holes 2, 6,
    14, 16) a provisional ball may be played under the options in Rule 17.1d (2) & (3).
    If the original ball is found outside the penalty area, the player must continue to play with it. If the ball is found in the penalty area, the player may either play the original ball as it lies or continue with the ball played provisionally. If the ball is
    not found within a three minute search time or it is known or virtually certain to
    be in the penalty area – the provisional ball becomes the ball in play.
    6. Drop Zones
    If a ball in is in the penalty area behind the 7th and 13th greens, including when it is known or virtually certain that a ball that has not been found came to rest in the penalty area, the player under penalty of one stroke may:
    a. Take relief under rule 17.1.
    b. Drop a ball in the dropping zone furthest away from the hole. The dropping zones are relief areas under rule 14.3.
“Beautifully designed test A superbly presented course with outstanding views from almost every hole. Well worth a visit by anyone who enjoys the game”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stephen W
“Layout is excellent with some great holes. Finishing 3 are super. Played as a two ball and appreciated two four balls letting us through very quickly with good grace.”
Rated 3 out of 5 by GolfNow
“Great course and fully recommend it, booked on tee direct and all went well”
Rated 4 out of 5 by Colin T

Golf at The Bristol