Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa
Garden, Broxton,
Chester, Cheshire CH3 9DQ
Tel : +44(0) 1829 731000 Fax : +44(0) 1829 731032

Extensive golf and hotel complex with 4 star hotel and Jack Nicklaus residential golf school. A comprehensive range of quality golf facilities have been created to cater for the needs of all golfers from complete beginners to scratch players.

14 km south of Chester on A534

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Course Details

Course Name: Nicklaus Holes: 18 Yardage: 7010 SSS: 73
Jack Nicklaus designed course as 'a thinking man's golf course'. Built to the highest standards, it incorporates several double option holes such as the 7th and 15th where golfers will have to choose which fairway to attack the green from due to the positioning of hazards.

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Course Name: Cheshire Holes: 18 Yardage: 6891 SSS: 72
Opened in 1993 is a stern but fair test of golf from the back tees and has played host to several Championships including the Cheshire and North Wales Open. Redesigned by Nicklaus Design, now even mere mortals are assured of a thoroughly enjoyable game on this course with its wonderful mix of open parkland, feature bunkers, water, coniferous forest and a sandstone cliff. It has an interesting combination of long and short par 3s, par 4s from 360 to 470 yards, a short par 5 on which many will hope for a birdie, and three other par 5s that are real testers.
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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ian Mak 11/98

    Ian Mak wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    The Cheshire Course is the older of the two. Opened in 1993. Fairways are tight and many blind shots. A good golfing challenge The greens are not as good as the Nicklaus course but green fee are cheaper. The Nicklaus course was opened in 7/98. Not as much water featured here as an average Nicklaus-designed course. Five sets of tees and there are a few holes that have got more than one route to reach the green. Golfers of all standards can all enjoyed themselves without feeling frustrated (i.e. the course being too easy or too hard for them). The greens are definitely one of the best in England (fast and true). The course being relatively new, many trees along the fairway are still short. This leaves the course quite exposed. There is a links feel to a few of the holes and the course plays a lot more difficult when the winds are up. Greenfees are quite a bit more expensive than Cheshire and carts are compulsory (which again cost more).