Archive for July, 2000
Wokefield Parkis set in the lovely Berkshire countryside, the long layout consists of many mature trees, nine lakes, beautifully contoured greens and large American style bunkers. A nice feature is an intercom on the ninth tee where you can order refreshments so they are ready for you at the halfway house before carrying on your round at the tenth, a nice touch.
Nice course with some tight wooded holes at the start, opens up after then and is more forgiving to the odd wayward shot. There is water on every hole after the 13th and the lake at the clubhouse makes the 17th and 18th holes very interesting.
The 17th would be easy if it was all grass but it is a 170 yard carry over water, I bet a few thousand pounds worth of golf balls are in that lake.