Carden Park, Chester, CH3 9DQ, England
Catering facilities and driving range.
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Prices below were last checked on 17/12/2013 at 02:24 Refresh
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Golf Course Says
The Nicklaus Course at the De Vere Carden Park is one of only four Jack Nicklaus Golden Bear International designed courses in the UK. At 7045 yards with a par of 72 the “Nicklaus” represents a true challenge to the very best calibre of player. Maintained to championship standard year round it has hosted several flagship events and is the pride of the De Vere Carden Park. An undulating heathland layout that incorporates numerous water hazards and panoramic views of the Cheshire countryside will ensure that everybody who takes on the Nicklaus will enjoy a memorable test of golf.
De Vere Carden Park Golf Club is one of the country's leading Leisure and Golf resorts, situated in 750 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside. The 192 bedroom hotel and resort boasts two magnificent golf courses, the Championship Nicklaus and the testing Cheshire course.
The classic Nicklaus course at Carden Park has big bunkers, water hazards and well-contoured greens. The fairly open layout, typical of so many newer courses will certainly hold your interest with plenty of variety in setting and golfing challenge. The 7th and 15th both require a risk/reward decision on which of the 2 fairways to target. Everyone seems to ride around this course in a buggy, but apart from a few long0ish green-to-tee walks and a modest climb back to the clubhouse from the 18th, walking the course is not too onerous, provided you can keep up with the general (motorised) speed of play.
Worth making the effort to find. The course isn't one of Jack's best but it winters better than it used to. The friendliest of the Bear's four British designs.
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