Situated just one mile from junction 18 of the M4 on the outskirts of Bristol, The Players Club is dedicated to the game of golf. The course has been designed and built to the highest specifications that will push even the finest golfers in the world to their limits. At over 7600 yards, it's the longest course in the United Kingdom incorporating the longest front nine in Europe at 4000 yards.
At many holes there are six sets of tees which will ensure that whatever your handicap, you will enjoy your round as from the front markers, the course dips just below 6,000 yards. Still a challenge whatever your handicap.
The course is rich in features with woodland, lakes, trees and gorse coming into play. "We have had the benefit of four years on this very exciting project" said Course Architect, Adrian Stiff who has also designed several other notable West Country courses including Cumberwell Park, The Kendleshire and Oake Manor.
The greens, large in size, have been built on stone rafts with an intermediate grit layer. Sown with a European bent grass mixture into a laboratory tested USGA greens mixture, comprising silica sand and milled peat, these greens, together with multiple layers, ridges and gulleys, promise to provide an exacting but fun test.
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