18 holes | par 69 | 5802 yards | Parkland
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Designed by architect Tom Dunn, the par 69 parkland course is spread over 5,802 yards of undulating terrain and is consistently maintained to a high standard, providing a great round of golf. Many challenging holes are featured throughout the 18; in particular the par 5, 14th, all of which have been designed to test all abilities regardless of handicap. However, aside from a challenging game, Meyrick Park ensures a picturesque round of golf. The course itself is laid out within 120 acres of scenic parkland, with beautiful tree-lined fairways and provides a number of stunning country views throughout your game.
Meyrick Park is located in Bournemouth town centre
A great test of golf, good par 3s, tight tree lined fairways and the condition of the greens were excellent! Worth the £22 green fee. Best to play it from March-September otherwise you might be playing a couple of temporary greens. Well worth a visit.
I recommend this course
I recommend this course
After arriving at the complex we soon realised that the facilities and the lodge itself were definitely worth the money as were the first 4 holes on this ‘Championship’ course however as we got to the 5th Hole this all started to change. As one of us walked onto the tee box we were approached by a dog that was jumping up at us and was neither on a lead nor under control, I understand after playing that there is some public foot paths across the course (not mentioned on the website) so thought it was just a one off, which if it was the case we wouldn’t have minded so much however seeing as this happened multiple times on this course I do not believe this to be acceptable again for a Championship Course. This was not the only problem on the course, half way through mid swing there were inconsiderate dog walkers calling their dog’s names and playing fetch across our fairway, not to mention running across the green as we were trying to putt!! As we headed onto the back 9, there was someone flying a remote control aeroplane from a tee box which as you can imagine was extremely distracting as you are trying to tee off it was more like playing on a public park than playing on a ‘Championship Course’. We got to the 14th green yet again to be approached by another dog which ran onto the green and not only moved one of our balls but continued to try and chew it and run off with it, for us this was the final straw and at this point we walked off the course. After this experience we would not only never recommend it but we were certainly not playing it again the following day. NO REFUND OR RESPONCE TO VARIOUS E-MAILS.