Carden Park Golf Club
Broxton Rd
Carden, C5 CH3 9DQ, United Kingdom

Two courses are located at this resort; the Cheshire Course is a heathland layout that includes picturesque view of the Cheshire countryside and the Welsh mountains. Meanwhile, one of four Nicklaus Design Group's courses in the UK is also located here.

Visitors, corporate groups, and societies are welcome on both courses, with prior arrangement.
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General Manager:Karen Proctor
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Reserved Tee Times:Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Water Hazards:Scarce
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

Nearby Courses

Semi-Private CourseAldersey Green Golf Club
Tattenhall, Cheshire (2 miles)
Semi-Private CourseClays Golf Club
Wrexham, Clwyd (6 miles)
Semi-Private CourseWrexham Golf Club
Wrexham, Clwyd (7 miles)
Semi-Private CourseEaton Golf Club
Waverton, Cheshire (7 miles)
Public CourseSt. Margarets Golf & Country Club
St Margarets, Dublin (8 miles)
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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
9/25/20 Andy Latham
9/20/20 Douglas Brisland 110
9/11/20 John Gallagher 83
12/7/19 Graham Wilkinson 84
11/3/19 neil smith 90
10/10/19 ianrowlandspga
10/9/19 100
9/27/19 Neil Tidd 100
9/26/19 Neil Tidd 94
9/22/19 Neil Eaves 87
9/19/19 Neil Eaves 82
8/28/19 D.H. 95
8/25/19 Philip Evans 87
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Recent Reviews

  Stumax - 3/19/17
Played here a couple weeks back with a work colleague. Lovely setting, good facilites, lovely mens locker room, sofa, TV, steam room, individual power showers, nice bar with good range of hot/cold food and drinks. My only gripe and excusable was the greens had been hollow tined so were not playing their best, but the greens should be in lovely condition when the season starts properly in April. The course had drained well, we played the Cheshire - the Nicklaus was closed over winter, which offered a combination on length and subtle drops and rises in gradient as well as natural contours with mature plants from 20 yrs of growth. I would recommend for any society or serious golfer.
  stiffler1 - 7/18/14
Well worth a visit on the golf breaks deal
  grund - 4/27/14
nice course greens hard to read makes for good game
  And1 - 11/20/13
Much improved in recent years and greens at best August-end October Can be slow going if a big society are playing choose the tees that suit you handicap. Gets wet in winter and Nicklaus course often closed. Back 9 on the Cheshire best holes in the area
  vzgz9d - 8/23/13
The course was in much better condition than when I played in February. The fairways were defined and well manicured and the greens have improved 100%, back the sort of condition you would expect from this standard of course. Tip, the black tees are definitely not for mere mortals!! - 8/14/13
Well worth a visit. Scenic with some challenging holes. The Cheshire course greens were in excellent shape.
  pete_zahutt - 11/10/12
Only the bunkers let it down.
  adeh - 8/27/12
Pace of play can be slow at w ends
  asked1 - 5/29/12
Greens Poor Fairways bare and hard layout very good and scenery excellent
A lovely walk
  Deej - 4/28/12
Have played both the Carden Park courses some time ago I regret that upon returning I was very disappointed in the general condition of the Nicklaus. OK it was end of March but the general state of the greens was way below what you expec from this standard of course.
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