Greens were fantastic. Tee boxes were a little inconsistent. Overall a good course. Same can’t be said for the bar staff!! The bar took our money for food then after waiting 40mins it to arrive we were informed they had run out. After a lot of persuasion we received our money back but not without Dan ( person working behind the bar) speaking very inappropriately to a member of our group without reason. When confronted about this by myself he was again very rude, telling me continuously to “go away, go away”. All I wanted was was a explanation as to why he swore and was being very rude to us. He was obviously finding the situation of running out of food very stressful and was unable to manage. I wouldn’t say it ruined our weekend but wasn’t a nice feeling to be going back up the motorway home with. I don’t any of our group will be returning to the kendleshire any time soon.
The Kendleshire was designed by Adrian Stiff, who also completed the remarkable project at the nearby Players Club, and is also a fantastic resort style layout.
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The club is home to 27 superbly conditioned holes that are the equal of anything in the Bristol locale, with the most recently added nine holes being formulated by the great Peter McEvoy. The Hollows, The Ruffet and The Badminton are the three loops at the Kendleshire, which has hosted numerous PGA Europro Tour events since its inception. Water affects no less than 18 of the club's holes, helping to add great drama, suspense and challenge.
The Kendleshire was named one of Britain's ten best new courses in 1999, and since then has matured nicely into one of the finest in the south of England, making it an essential part of a good Bristol golf tour.
Many new courses have created a homage to Sawgrass' famous 17th hole - the island green at the Kendleshire's 11th may be one of the best efforts.
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