Abbotsley Golf Hotel
Potton Rd
St. Neots, C3 PE19 6XN, United Kingdom

+44 1480.474.000
Forty-five holes of golf are available at this resort; the 6,311-yard, par-71 Abbotsley Course is regarded as one of the best in the county, while the 5,739 yard, par-69 Cromwell Course is available on a pay-and-play basis. A 9-hole Huntingdonshire Course is also available.
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General Manager:Peter McCawley
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Semi-Private CourseColmworth & North Bedfordshire Golf Club
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Semi-Private CourseBourn Golf & Leisure
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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
9/22/18 adammellick 77
7/15/18 Steve Mantle 98
4/12/18 moth33 96
2/23/18 AndyGJ7 83
2/17/18 AndyGJ7 79
7/29/17 AndyGJ7 79
6/2/17 AndyGJ7 80
4/6/17 Matthew Young 81
4/6/17 moth33 92
9/11/16 moth33 102
9/4/16 moth33 90
8/19/16 Ewok 91
8/19/16 Ewok 42*
8/9/16 AndyGJ7 80
8/4/16 AndyGJ7 79
8/2/16 AndyGJ7 88
8/1/16 AndyGJ7 80
7/31/16 AndyGJ7 85
7/27/16 Michelle Little 105

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Recent Reviews

  adammellick - 9/22/18
Both of the courses are closing due to management issues. Cromwell course only one open today and in poor condition. A shame for golfers in the area.
  Ranj - 9/25/14
Not a bad track but the greens weren't in the best condition. Some really nice holes that will test anyone. Not too long either so plotting your way around is a must.
Facilities were good and the food looked superb.
Good place to visit of you have a society and want to stay over.
  melvyn1 - 1/27/13
i find it a good course although its way too long for the average handicaper
  AndyGJ7 - 10/6/12
As a member I should have a bias - and I do this. I find the Abbotsley course to be an excellent challenge for all handicaps, but can be intimidating to the high handicap golfer, particularly off of the tee

The management team have put much time and effort into the presentation & playability of the course

I would recommend this course as one of the best in the area
  ydjones - 1/17/11
Bad news first, the tee's are shambles and really need to be boxed in as every tee box is uneven. With Wyboston down the road with perfect tee boxes, you would think they could see the way to go, but ignorance prevails and unfortunately this is the same for sister club Cromwell. There is a boxed tee for the ladies on the 15th that is in perfect and even the 11th that is half boxed is better shape then the other holes. In way, it's good news, because if this was sorted out, this would be one of the best clubs to play at and I would imagine very difficult to get a tee of time.
Once you get past the tee boxes, the course is magnificent and getting better all the time. The course has been removed from The Crown Series as they were putting no money back into the club. The owner is now whipping the course back into a lovely yet challenging course with more trees and bunkers in strategic locations to make holes more complex and requiring strategic play. The course over the past year has switched around so that the old 10th is now the 1st. A new pro shop has been added and though still small is quite nice and spacious.
Side note, I have a love hate relationship with the 2nd and the 5th. The 2nd has OOB to the right and the 5th to the left. These can kill your game straight off in a competition. But saying that, if you took this away, it would be too easy to recover without penalty.
I've been a member ever since I started golfing three years ago. Good food at both the clubs, though I personally find the people at Cromwell a bit more inviting and relaxed where as Abbotsley can vary (just like the majority of clubs I've been to on any given day). The new practice area's at Abbotsley are progressing very well and a needed welcome. Overall, Abbotsley is really moving in the right direction and in 5 to 10 years after the changes have all bedded, it will be pure class (as long as they sort out those tee boxes.
  JohnNorrey - 4/15/14
  NASalisbury - 6/4/13
  JanSpencer - 1/19/12
  silver surfer - 4/29/11
  Gaz Baines - 11/27/10
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