Belhus Park Golf Club
Belhus Park,
South Ockendon, Essex RM15 4QR
Tel : +44(0) 1708 854 260

1 km north of A13/M25 Dartford Tunnel

Further Information
Pay and play course with floodlit driving range.

Course Details

Course Name: Belhus Park Holes: 18 Yardage: 5188 SSS: 68

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Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment

    Mark Chandler wrote on: Jun 22, 2004

    I play this couse quite alot because it is cheap, but it does not play cheap the greens are in fantastic condition and are well maintained it is now under new management and the couse is looking 100 times better even though the putting greens are small it is a pleasure to play.


  • course condition

    Larry wrote on: Jan 20, 2004

    bad course totally out of shape useless never play here play st cleres


  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Foxall 21/12/98

    David Foxall wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    I played here about 1 week ago and I must say it has been the worst golf course I have ever had the experience of playing. The bunkers were like stone andIi could not tell the difference between the rough and the greens. Mowls had been making a mess of the fairways and I could bairly see the grass


  • Europe Golf courses reviews L.J.Condon, South Ockendon, Essex 08/01

    L.J.Condon, South Ockendon, Essex wrote on: Jul 31, 2001

    Although I agree that it is not the best course in Essex, there is no way anybody can run down the condition of the greens. Obviously playing 4 days before Christmas you would expect to play on temps [doh] come back in spring or summer to experience some of the best greens
    On a public course in Essex


  • Europe Golf courses reviews c/o L Johnson 02/99

    c/o L Johnson wrote on: Jan 31, 1999

    This is a reply to a review of Belhus Park Golf Course in December 1998.
    Reply from Peter Montague, Head Green Keeper to a review submitted by David Foxall on 21/12/98
    This winter we have experienced particularly wet weather, which together with mild temperatures has led to prolonged grass growth. Due to the wet conditions it was difficult to take machinery on to the course for necessary maintenance, such as grass cutting and spraying to deter moles. Also, the heavy rain had the effect of 'packing down' the sand in the bunkers and the continual rain destroyed all our efforts to rake them.
    Belhus Park Golf Course was one of the few courses, if not the only course in the area to remain open during the bad weather. The many golfers who played the course at that time were impressed with the condition of the course given the difficult conditions. Hopefully Mr Foxall will give the course another chance when the weather has improved and we can continue to maintain the course to its usual high standard.