Copt Heath review: Dan Murphy enjoys a game at one of the Midlands' best-conditioned parkland courses – and a Harry Colt design to bootThere is so much good inland golf to be found around Birmingham yet few of us from beyond the immediate area get much past The Belfry and, perhaps, Little Aston. I had visited Copt Heath a couple of time before, but to report on the McEvoy Trophy (see below) rather than to play myself.
With the new 54-handicap limit now in effect, single-figure players are crying foul. They should stop whinging and get on with it, writes Dan MurphyThe handicap club knockout, a version of which takes place at every club up and down the country, typically attracts the biggest entry of the season – from the scratch champion to the newly handicapped junior.
No tour of Surrey’s courses would be complete without a Camberley Heath review. Just when you think you’ve experienced all of Surrey’s countless special heathland courses, along comes another one. I’ve been wanting to see Camberley Heath for several years but until now was always sidetracked by the likes of Woking, West Hill, Worplesdon, Hankley Common and New Zealand. So I knew it was going to be good – I didn’t fully realise how good. Camberley Heath Golf Club is in Surrey.
@veggieboy7274@NCGmagazine So what is the problem with him playing off 45 or whatever and being able to compete? He sounds like he plays the game for enjoyment. More shots might well enhance his enjoyment. He might even play more often
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