Thorpeness Golf Club


Overall Venue Rating
100% would recommend this venue to a friend
(Based on 3 tells)
Golf Course
Greens - GREAT
Bunkers - AVERAGE
Tees - GOOD
Fairways - GOOD
Food & Beverage
Clubhouse - GOOD
On Course - Not yet rated
Staff Attitude
Golf Shop/Reception - GREAT
Food & Beverage - GREAT
Starters & Rangers - GREAT
Greenkeepers - GREAT
Golf Shop - GOOD
Clubhouse - GOOD
Practice Area - GOOD
Summary of 29 ratings:
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Very well worth a visit, highly recommended
Blisters246 played 07/12/15
Practice Area
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Golf Shop
Blisters246 played 07/12/15
Blisters246 played 07/12/15
Blisters246 played 07/12/15
Blisters246 played 07/12/15
Clubhouse Food & Beverage: Excellent freshly cooked breakfast set us up perfectly for our round. A post round pint of Adnams and a sandwich completed our experience.
Blisters246 played 07/12/15
Food & Beverage Staff: Excellent staff throughout made the visit a memorable experience.
Blisters246 played 07/12/15
Golf Shop/Reception Staff: New staff in the pro shop improve the experience of the visit over my last visit. Very helpful and welcoming lady who got us off early.
Blisters246 played 07/12/15
Please note: the comments/replies above are the subjective opinions of golftell members/venue representatives and not of Golftell or its employees.

About The Course

Throughout the club's history the 6,421 yard par 70 James Braid course has attracted major amateur and professional events, including The English Seniors Championship and the PGA Super 60's Tournament, which regularly features former Ryder Cup players and European Tour stars. Thorpeness Golf Club has been described by the Sunday Telegraph Golfing Guide as "Reminiscent of the inland glories of Sunningdale and Woodhall Spa". Regarded as one of the best golf courses in Suffolk, Thorpeness belongs to a unique group of worldwide golf courses identified by a single special landmark. Turnberry and Harbour Town Links have their lighthouses and St Andrews has its Swilken Bridge – Thorpeness has the 'House in the Clouds,' a curious and dramatic spectator which watches over our fairways.

About Thorpeness Golf Club

Scotsman James Braid was one of the greatest golf course designers in history. He respected nature and let the lie of land dictate the path for his fairways, tees and greens. In 1922 Braid laid out a golf course on low lying heathland just a stones throw from the Suffolk coast in an area of outstanding natural beauty. His creation was Thorpeness Golf Club.
Telephone: 01728 452176
Address: Lakeside Avenue, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP16 4NH, UNITED KINGDOM
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