18 Holes of Golf For Two (£16) or Four (£32) With Bacon Sandwich and Hot Drink Each at Cadmore Lodge (Up to 62% Off)
- Lakeside hotel golf course 5205 yard, par 68 course
- Views to Clee Hill
- 18 holes for two or four players
- Valid during daylight hours on weekends and weekdays
- Includes bacon, sausage, cheese, ham, or tuna sandwich
- Tea or coffee each included
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Equipment not included. Appropriate golf attire must be worn. Includes sandwich each up to £3.50 only. Original values based on weekend non-member green fees and most expensive drink option. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 19 April 2012 at 11am.
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A rolling nine holes of parkland winding between natural babbling water hazards and sporting views of Clee Hill, the golf club at Cadmore Lodge will pose a pretty challenge for rookies and experienced drivers alike. Teams of two or four can take to the 5205 yard course for an 18 hole round, aiming to keep balls out of the lake and their scores on track to meet a par of 68. After a bit of sporting competition, guests can head to the club house to munch on a bacon sarnie, or substitute for sausage, cheese, ham, or tuna (all £3.50) sandwich, while sipping on a congratulatory tea or coffee (up to £1.50).
Choose from the following options:
• £32 for 18 holes of golf for four people with a bacon sandwich and hot drink each (Up to 62% off)
Cadmore Lodge received a par 3/5 from both Golf Shake and TripAdvisor users. While the TripAdvisors focused on the accommodation, comments on the golf course were favourable with several users seeing it as a good challenge.
It is probably the most varied little course I have ever played on, the minute you think you have the course under control another par 3 jumps up and bites your bum! A thrilling course which I really look forward to playing again to remind me just how hard the game can be!
– William P, Golf Shake, Feb 2010
The course is fairly well maintained (greens maybe need a bit of attention) but there are a couple of cracking par 3 holes from elevated tees on to small target greens that are a joy to play. Watch for the elevated green on the 7th - very tricky! Course can be quite up and down in places so be prepared for that.
– Btbonline, TripAdvisor, Aug 2011