18 holes | par 72 | 6653 yards | Woodland
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Considerably longer than the Nicklaus Course, the Cheshire demands quality ball striking in order to obtain a happy score. The golf course is an exquisite blend of heathland and woodland, and takes full advantage of its position to provide stunning panoramic views across the surrounding Cheshire countryside towards the Welsh border. The variety of tees available ensure that the Cheshire Course provides a challenging game of golf for all levels of golfer.
5 miles east of Wrexham along the A41
Great course, no complaints about the golf. But was watching football in the clubhouse and had my car was smashed into and both sets of clubs nicked. Staff said no security cameras on the car park... bit of a downer on a good day, really.
I recommend this course
I recently played the Cheshire course and I'm still alarmed that it took 5 3/4 hours for a two ball in a buggy. The pace of play was atrocious and not managed well at all. Also the greens were badly damaged from unrepaired pitch marks and most bunkers were unraked. On two occasions I ended up in someone's size 10 footprint in a green side bunker. I have played this course before but it looks quite neglected and I was shocked at the state of the greens. I understand that courses need to make money etc but when large society's are playing the course marshals should maintain the pace of play.