Kent, United Kingdom
Beckenham Place Park Golf Club
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Kent, B8 BR3 5BP
Bursting with wildlife and greenery, Beckenham Place Park really is one of London's best-kept secrets.
The park was acquired by John Cator in 1773 and he quickly restored the mansion to it's former glory. His father in law, Peter Collinson, an early landscape architect and botanist, introduced to the grounds many exotic trees and a lake (now drained). The Cator family became one of the largest landholders in the area, and at one time the Cator estate spread from Shortlands to Sydenh... [more]
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jpjeffery - 4/8/11
Winter tees? After the lovely, not to mention mostly dry March and early April we've had in 2011?
I'd mind them a lot less if they were actually in half-decent shape but in one instance I couldn't get a steady stance thanks to the only slot that would hold a tee upright...no great surprise that I sent my shot right in to the trees.
Considering all this along with the dreadful state of the green (lumpy patches of sand all over - thanks, in part, to all those golfer who can't be bothered to repair their pitch marks) the cost was too high.
And then there's no open bar to get a drink from.
But I still like the course overall. :)
jonkerm - 2/23/12
mikkel.svenstrup - 6/9/10
cajani - 10/24/09
Nammun Baek - 9/25/09
retrome - 6/10/09
NathanJay - 6/8/09
Best Score: 87