Thanks to everyone for taking the time to write to us
Wow! Woodlands is currently in a state of change-only 10 of the old holes are currently in play with 6 new holes being introduced over the last month or so. Ignore the tipping and landscaping going on and concentrate on what is in front of you. The new holes are fantastic -great greens that will test even the seasoned pro and some brilliantly thought out holes.With more new holes being introduced over the next two years, I can't wait for more. This golf club is being transformed-come along for the ride
Value for Money: 10
Chris Harris (England)
This course has improved greatly over the last 12 months - the greens are fantastic and for just £14 a round, it has got to be the best value golf in Bristol. Watch out for the Canadian geese!! Highly recommended.
Absolute bargain for the price, I've played right through the winter on this course & standards of fairways & greens have been maintained in tip-top condition, many other more expensive courses have not compared, its also easy to get to, just off the M5, keep up the good work Woodlands.
Phil Dolby (England)
As it rained heavily a few days before, I was expecting the conditions under foot to be soggy but found that is was not that bad, due to good drainage I assume.
I found the whole experience very good and found the course very challenging yet very forgiving. The fairways on many of the longer holes are very wide and forgive those who are not hitting completely straight yet, like I said, a very good course and I will definately be revisting in the near future.
Daniel Cable (England)
Really enjoyed playing two rounds here, one on each of the two courses. The Masters is the longer course, but the Signature is probably the better of the two. Just.
My favourite hole on the Masters was the 12th, a short but pretty par 5.
Water comes into play on the latter holes of the Signature, with a very tricky par 4 14th. It's only 260 yards from the yellows, but there's no bale out area for your approach. It's green or nothing!
The last two par 3's, the 15th and 17th (especially), will also have you thinking about the water.
The clubhouse was okay, and the guy in the pro shop was very friendly.
The course was in really good condition, although I would have liked to have seen some 150 yard marker posts instead of having to search for the discs in the middle of the fairways.
For £14 a round (£25 for 36 holes) you can't go wrong.
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Steve England (England) New lay-outs now finalised. We played the longer 'Masters' course (6,111 yards) in February when the ground conditions were very good for the time of year. Little to critise other than the obvious newness which no doubt will fast disappear. Some of the par 5s might be rated par 4s elsewhere, but not much else to grumble about.
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