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West Hill is a very good course, but suffers from a few goofy holes (including the 1st). It was the warm-up course for most of us at BUDA 2011, and it didn't quite reach the heights of our main courses, Hankley Common and Liphook. That being said, it is a very enjoyable course and the clubhouse is very welcoming and has some great cricket memorabilia from the famous Bedser brothers, who golfed there.PS--does England still play cricket?
Speedy (soon to be shortened to Speed!)Do you think you could reach the agua in summer?
A cross hazard off the tee on a par 4 is goofy? Who knew?
there have been lots of cases of sliced shots bouncing down Hook Heath Road.
Sean,Thanks for this tour. Like Spangles I much prefer West Hill to Worpy. Worpy may have a couple of holes better than any hole at WH but WH is much steadier and has none of the weak holes that Worpy suffers from.
Quote from: Mark Pearce on December 22, 2013, 07:55:53 AMSean,Thanks for this tour. Like Spangles I much prefer West Hill to Worpy. Worpy may have a couple of holes better than any hole at WH but WH is much steadier and has none of the weak holes that Worpy suffers from.Despite the tree issues, it also has much more Heather than Worplesdon which when I played it felt more parkland than Heath. It also looks like itís survived the ravages of English summer better than Berkshire Blue.
BrianWhat did you think about the use of water on the course?Ciao