Weald Park Golf Club
Coxtie Green Road, South Weald,
Brentwood, Essex CM14 5RJ
Tel : +44 (0)1277 375101

5 km from M25 Junction 28 (A1023)

Course Details

Course Name: Weald Park Holes: 18 Yardage: 6612 SSS: 72

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  • Brentwood Golf Club - Formerly Weald Park / South Weald

    Stuart Seabrook wrote on: Nov 25, 2013

    This is a message to inform everyone that from the 1st November 2013, this club is now under New Ownership.
    We are heavily investing in new John Deer equipment to restore this wonderful course.
    More details can be found at:


  • Play Here!!!

    R Patel wrote on: Oct 4, 2011

    I played here last week and the course looks really good and the greens have been looked after so well. The third hole is newly designed and very interesting.
    The staff were really friendly and the atmosphere very relaxed. I enjoyed lunch here and the food generally is of a high standard.


  • Weald Park Golf Course

    Chris wrote on: Apr 26, 2011

    I strongly recommend you do not play this golf course anytime soon. Every green has a bad disease over the whole green. It was nearly impossible to putt the ball in a straight line without the disease stopping your ball or changing the direction! They won't let you this when you ring up and book your tee time but will still charge you £28 pounds to play on a weekend. After I spoke to the guy in the clubhouse to tell him they should inform the players that there is a bad disease on the green at the moment he told me its your opinion and we have many players which play here every day so if you don't want to play it thats up to you, we don't care if you don't play here again!
    I was shocked at the manner of the guy. AVOID THIS COURSE!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ian McTernan 10/01

    Ian McTernan wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    I have played several rounds at this course recently, as a visitor, guest of a member and on a society day.
    As a high handicapper, I find this course challenging but fair. There is plenty of variety in the types of hole to be faced, including my favourite dog-leg right par 4, where the decision is play over the trees blind and hope to be near the green or play down the hill and then around- I always go for the trees and even make it over occasionally! So unlike other up-down courses, this course makes you think about every drive and every shot. The upkeep of the course is brilliant and the greens are always in immaculate condition, the bunkers are well kept and the fairways (not that I see them that often!) are wonderful. The staff are friendly and helpful, there is a relaxed atmosphere about the place and the food is of a very high standard.
    In addition, the course is never too crowded, even at weekends, and you can get round in a reasonable time. I can recommend it to everyone- and if you fancy a challenge, try playing off the back tees, which makes some of the holes really tricky!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Nick Stagg 7/01

    Nick Stagg wrote on: Jun 30, 2001

    I rate Weald Park as the best course in Essex. There is no drone from motorways, greens are immaculate, fairways brillant. Pro shop are very friendly. Course offers everything from long par 5's to challenging short par 3's


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Michael Haddock 08/00

    Michael Haddock wrote on: Jul 31, 2000

    Pleasantly informal, is how I would sum up a recent (07/2000) extremely enjoyable round at Weald Park. It certainly helped that the sun was out all day and that I shot an 83 (off a handicap of 18), but it was definitely a course that I would be pleased to play again.
    It is set in mature woodland, but is generally fairly open. In some instances, however, you will be blocked out by huge oak trees if you end up on the wrong side of the fairway, or have to take a short iron to get over them.
    There is an interesting mix of par 4s, varying from the 12th, where most people will need a 5 wood or long iron to get to a green that is protected by water in front (the hole deserves its SI 1 ranking) to the 4th and 18th which offer a big hitter the chance to drive the green in favourable conditions.
    The course was generally in good condition and well maintained. However, the greens were being sanded that day I played, so it is difficult to judge them. Fairways were in good condition and the bunkers well edged and mechanically raked by the grounds staff (they were even raked between the AM and PM rounds). One comment on the bunkers, it appeared that they had been raked into heavy ridges. This may have been carelessness, or it may have been a deliberate policy on the grounds that being in a bunker ought to be a penalty. Whichever, it pays to stay out of them.


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