Parklands Golf Club
High Gosforth Park,
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE3 5HQ
Tel : +44 (0)191 236 4480

7 km north of Newcastle

Further Information
9 hole pitch and putt course. Driving range

Course Details

Course Name: Parklands Holes: 18 Yardage: 6060 SSS: 69

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  • RE: RE: corse

    Big Dunc wrote on: Mar 9, 2005

    Andy Heppell plays there and he is a gay boy......!!!!!!!! xxx


  • RE: corse

    wrote on: Mar 2, 2004

    brett you are a gay boy


  • corse

    brett tompson wrote on: Mar 2, 2004

    parklands golf club is shit when tony jones was allowed back into the golf club, so i recommed you tell him to get lossed and sort the corse out


      • RE: corse

        Dean Rafferty wrote on: Jan 17, 2005

        Parkands will be a good corse in the summer and will improve in years to come.They also have a grate junior team.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews R Murphy The Belfry Hdcp +2 12/00

    R Murphy The Belfry Hdcp +2 wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    The opening 4 holes at Parklands, if not completed in at least -3, you have to ask yourself some serious questions about your golfing ability. In short, Parklands is a pitch and putt golf course for hackers in the north east.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Karl Harrison 08/00

    Karl Harrison wrote on: Jul 31, 2000

    This is a course, which can be completed with ease. The only real difficulty on this beginner's course is the burn, which runs through the middle of the course, always seems to come into play. With a newly refurbished 2nd the hole is more enjoyable to play. For practising there is not a better course with lots of facilities including a driving range, putting greens and a pitch and putt. This course is good value for juniors on a weekday and good value at weekends which is well worth the money although I would much rather pay a visit to either the City Of Newcastle or the Gosforth Bridlepath and pay the extra few pounds as they are both within a few minutes drive.


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