Wath-upon-Dearne Golf Club
Abdy Rawmarsh,
Rotherham, South Yorkshire S62 7SJ
Tel : +44 (0)1709 872149 Fax : +44 (0)1709 878609

Abdy Farm. 2 km km south of Wath-upon-Dearne

Course Details

Course Name: Wath Upon Dearne Holes: 18 Yardage: 5897 SSS: 68

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Craig Hardeman 10/01

    Craig Hardeman wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    After recently being invited to play at Wath by my father in law, Albert Sanderson, myself and my friend Darren and my brother-in-law Mike struggled a little because of the rain. In the rain we all found Wath to be a magnificent Golf Course which was challenging right from the first hole. In the past, my father in law has achieved a hole-in-one on the par 3 12th hole (and he will not let us forget it!!) We played in two teams; myself and my friend Darren played against Albert and my brother-in-law Mike and run them right until the last couple of holes, only being piped at the 18th. Local knowledge took advantage!! Overall a fantastic course that is a pleasure to play in both good and bad weather.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews L Greaves 01/01

    L Greaves wrote on: Dec 31, 2000

    I recently played a round at Wath and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The club assistant pro provided excellent guidance when I enquired about a new set of irons. The clubs I choose were an excellent price. I am a scratch golfer and went around the 18 holes in 67. (2 under par). The newly constructed 8th and 9th offered a tough challenge. I had the experience of playing off the back tee's on the monstrous 17th. After the round I found the club house a friendly yet strict environment.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews c/o 08/00

    c/o wrote on: Jul 31, 2000

    Extended to 18 holes in 1989; Wath challenges the golfer with a meadowland layout featuring small,well-kept greens and tight fairways as its main defences. At around the 6000 yard mark Wath places a premium on accuracy both from the tee and with approach shots to find its fast-running greens that are always in fine condition.
    With the signature hole coming at the 12th requiring a mid to short iron over a picturesque pond to secure a par three, visitors find Wath an easy-walking and enjoyable location to enjoy a round. At over 240 yards from the back tees the 17th is perhaps one of the best-known (and most feared) par threes in the county and is part of a demanding finishing stretch.
    All in all an enjoyable place to visit with a friendly clubhouse boasting excellent food. Paul Godber (Hcp 11)