Heydon Grange Golf Club
Heydon, Cambridgeshire SG8 7NS
Tel : +44 (0)1763 208988 Fax : +44 (0)1763 208926

7 km east of Royston on A505. M11 Junction 10

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Course Details

Course Name: Heydon Grange Holes: 18 Yardage: 6512 SSS: 71

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Course Name: Course2 Holes: 9 Yardage: 3249 SSS: 71

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jack Massmann 09/99

    Jack Massmann wrote on: Aug 31, 1999

    Heydon Grange is not for the faint hearted or the player with no spare capacity with the ball bag. The rough lives up to its name, and in many instances when striking a wayward shot off the tee, it is impossible to retrieve the situation even if you were indeed fortunate to find the missile at all.
    Having played all three of the nine hole courses, It is a distinct advantage on the very hot days on such an 'open' course that each nine terminates near the clubhouse, where instant refreshment was available.
    The greens are particularly demanding, and only the most lofted of approach shots or slowest of 'pitch and runs' seems to stand any chance of staying on the greens, as they were fiercely fast the few days I played the course.
    There are some interesting holes where water comes into play, but in the main most of the holes are quite bland, Although there are some stunning views over the Cambridgeshire countryside from the Herts.
    Course is under construction was a new driving range which will make this course one with more facilities than perhaps any other in the region.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mark Reichelt 06/99

    Mark Reichelt wrote on: May 31, 1999

    This course has improved immensely over the last 12 months, although the chalky ground means that the fairways will always get very hard and dry in summer, although this also means that in winter there are never temporary tees or greens. The biggest hazard is the rough, which is deceptively tough to recover from. If you keep it straight you should be OK, although a lot of the greens are still too small. There are three 9 hole courses. The Essex and Herts make up the most interesting 18. The Cambs has some of the most interesting holes, namely the 3rd and 9th (water hazards), but also the most boring in 5th 6th and 7th (long and flat). The Herts is the most exposed, so avoid it if it is very windy (and it can get VERY windy), and also has the thickest rough, but is the most satisfying if you play well. If you fancy a laugh, play the championship tee on the 6th on the Herts backwards to the green on the 7th - about 220 yards, with 150 yards of the thickest rough on the course, with a water hazard blocking half of the approach to the green. A very enjoyable course with the most picturesque clubhouse in the area.