Hotel stay was very good and the food was excellent.
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|Designed by||Donald Steel|
Signature hole: par 3, 8th hole
The par 3, 8th hole is the renowned as Shrigley Hall’s signature hole and you will not disagree with this upon playing the course. The short par 3 measures in at 158 yards from the white tees and plays slightly downhill. The green is set back amongst the beautiful trees that inhabit the peak district meaning accuracy is imperative if you want a chance of making birdie here. The putting surface also has another defence, as well as trees flanking it there is also a small water hazard in front so club selection is key when looking to find the green on this short but testing par 3.
In typical Donald Steel fashion man made water hazards on the course are scarce and instead he uses the natural layout of the land to create a challenge for golfers. The narrow fairways and small green make are designed to challenge not only a player’s physical ability but also their course management capabilities as a lack of length has been substituted for tricky greens and minimal bail out areas off the tee. However, the lack of length means that the course is manageable for golfers of all handicaps meaning that enjoyment for your whole group is guaranteed. In the past, Steel has been commissioned to advise on alterations to every course currently on the Open Championship rotation, which is testament to his reputation within the design industry. The beautiful course weaves its way through the glorious landscape and gifts players with some incredible vantage points from which the stunning scenery can be observed.
The 150 bedrooms that comprise Shrigley Hall's hotel are all superbly fitted and furnished to ensure a pleasurable stay. Situated a stone's throw from the glorious Peak District, this is the ideal place not only for a golf break, but also for leisure breaks to explore with family and friends.
With a range of different guest rooms, visitors can be assured that there is something to meet all demands, while the excellent access to Manchester and the motorway network makes Shrigley Hall a great choice for many.
Having been recognised by local tourist authorities as one of the top local hotels, the quality is undoubted, making it a tremendous host for a golf break.
The Bodysense Health and Leisure Club is located inside the hotel itself, and its facilities are comprised of a 14-metre heated swimming pool, well-equipped fitness centre, sauna, steam room, beauty salon and spa, while the hotel also has outdoor tennis courts.
The innovative menu has been recognised by an RAC award and the three course dinner at Shrigley Hall Hotel is fantastic.
The Courtyard Bar is ideal for sharing a drink with friends and fellow golfers.
Hotel stay was very good and the food was excellent.
Disappointing . Very crowded with conference/ get together for camp organisers. Room overlooked two roof tops and top of a tree. Dining room lacking in atmosphere, but understand new owners are trying to update. Breakfast was so crowded and not enough staff. The building itself is lovely and the entrance hall and staircase elegant. Overall we were very disappointed.
Rooms ok but could really do with some TLC. Staff friendly and helpful. Could really do with a pool or snooker table plus televisions to watch the footie. Would return to play the course but not to stay overnight
problems started on arrival with large queues waiting to book in made worse with only 1 person plus a trainee on the desk also men working on electrics ect behind desk the room 4x4 metrs no cupboards or drawers small metal frame to hang clothes 1 small chair bad smell from bathroom these rooms are only fit for single occupancy large dogs locked in rooms barking for hours food very poor breakfasts cold even when first out room cleaners arrive to service at 5.30 as you are preparing to dress for dinner this hotel is very short of staff with no senior in attendance i could go on but this hotel would be shamed by a travelodge faulty towers comes to mind we shall not return
this venue is our annual boys weekend away, would not go anywhere else, staff, facilities hotel are brilliant, great service and great food.
The hotel is set in beautiful surroundings. We got a great room with private dressing room, so it was almost a suite. Staff were all freindly and helpful. The food was good quality with good choice at both evening meal and breakfast. Would recommend for a golf break.
Very impressive hotel. Rooms were quite small but acceptable. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Golf course was excellent and very challenging. Every hole was different. Take lots of balls as the heavy rough is unforgiving
We cannot praise the staff enough, at all levels they were brilliant. The rooms were superb, we especially liked the bedside lights. We will definitely stay here again, loved it.
10 people stay enjoyed thoroughly
Great venue. Wonderful building in country location. Staff very helpful, excellent food and service, clean, comfortable room and good bars. The hotel is spread out and does require good navigational skills but this was not a problem. Would recommend and return.
My room was tired and in need of refitting and decorating.Our booking was made for twin rooms but we were booked in doubles. I had given a list of guests to YGT so it would be sorted when we arrived. Having to ask for discount every time we used the bar is crazy, a card should be issued to all golfing guests to show at the bar. The discount we thought we were getting was not deducted unless we asked for it every time. Many of us did not get it until the second night. Very poor attention to our rights. However the food was good and plentiful although it could be hotter and the course was terrific. Overall we had a great few days Thank you.
The hotel is set within beautiful surroundings, and although we stayed during a busy time (Masters weekend) the vastness meant that we never felt on top of other people. Although the room we stayed in was slightly dated, all the amenities are very good. It appeared that some rooms were going through an upgrade so I hope this continues throughout the hotel. Overall the hotel was well equipped, the staff very helpful and friendly, and the food was also very good.
Lovely venue with bags of history and great location with striking views towards Manchester and surrounding area. The accommodation is spread over three adjoining wings so a lot of walking back and forward to the facilities if you happen to be in the third wing. Our room was very spacious and new though in the attic space and not sure I'd like it in a hot summer. Great views however. No storage space which was a little weird so all our clothes had to stay in the suitcases. Restaurant very good, let down a little bu an almost identical menu on both the two nights we stayed and the choice was limited. We both made one wrong choice of food. The food was well presented and the staff really good. It's a very popular wedding venue which can be both nice and tiresome.
Comfortable room with good bathroom. Restaurant and bar busy and vibrant. Staff very helpful and friendly.
Very enjoyable and relaxing weekend,great golf,excellent food and really good entertainment in the bar in the evening
The hotel looks and feels tired, the lock on the room door constantly had an alarm going off every time we left the room ( faulty door handle), the room was a double but felt quite basic. The spa was a disappointment for a number of reasons, firstly the changing rooms were been refurbished so you had to change in bedroom 101 then walk quite a long distance in your swimming trunks to the spa, no dressing gowns were available in the changing rooms , there was no way of locking the lockers so I had to leave my clothes in an unlocked locker, I had to take valuables with me to the pool, the steam room was faulty, I eventually found a member of staff to report it to who told me he knew and someone had been called out, so it was just a case of sauna and pool.The golf course was ok, semi rough was a little long and needed cutting as it was easy to lose a ball only a couple of feet off the fairway, we paid for a buggy which ran out of battery after 9 holes, we changed it but it added 15 mins to our round.The evening dinner was superb although the staff seemed a little lost if not slow, we had to repeatedly ask where drinks we had ordered were, the manager became aware and did in fairness knock one round off our bill.
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The course was wet and the back 9 is quite hilly, some holes have a good walk green to tee. But overhaul the course was in good condition
Arrived in the afternoon for a booked 1.00pm tee time. All good, the course was quite wet and the greens had been scarified but overall a very nice course. Next morning we were early finishing breakfast so went to see if we could tee off earlier than our 10.30 booking. We were told someone had tried to contact us to advise us our tee time had been changed to firstly 7.30 and then 9.20! It was 9.45 by this time. As far as I was concerned no one had tried to get hold of us. Then saw a confirmation of booking email had come through with the new tee time on. It wasn't an alert email and I had already received a confirmation of booking and thought it was a duplicate as it seemed to be informing me your golf travel had received payment. We were informed we had to be off the 16th hole by 1.00pm as they had a shot gun start. We raced round and just made it. Not very happy experience!
First 3 holes boring and straight but after these holes no 2 are the same some really tough driving holes. Really enjoyed the course
other than the slow play we enjoyed the golf
challenging course and some easy on the eye holes,give it a go you wont be disappointed.
Golf course is in good condition, the greens were very good. We were lucky to have sunny weather so really enjoyed both rounds, although a buggy was a good idea. Both rounds were very slow because we ended up behind several groups of very slow women who didnt wave us through but still enjoyable.
Excellent and really interesting and challenging course. Every hole provides a difference challenge. Heavy rough is unforgiving and balls usually lost.
The course was in really good condition, a sunny day helps of course, all of the holes were inviting from the tee, and encouraged good play at all levels. Greens were an art form with hidden undulations all over, great fun.
wonderful course, hilly and in need of a buggie
An interesting, undulating course with a number of testing and challenging holes for the high handicapper golfers, especially when playing it for the first time. In good condition, busy but never held up and friendly bar and golf staff in the Golf Lodge. Although I did not use a buggy this is a course where the less ambulant golfers might benefit from using one. A first class course in lovely countryside with tremendous views. I would recommend and would plan to return to play it again.
Very enjoyably but a little difficult for some of our higher handicappers. The greens need another couple of weeks but will be very eventually. Overall Its a great place to be and a good test of golf.
If we had played this course on a lovely summer's day then I could have written a completely different review! That being said, although the wind was ridiculous, the course was very fun, with not one hole being below par! One downside would be the over-hiring of buggies by certain groups, with some players having one to themselves in a group of four. We played behind some lovely older gentlemen who were visibly struggling with the steep inclines towards the end of the rounds - I would recommend booking these in advance. Overall the course was immaculate, the greens were quick but very receptive, and the overall layout made for a good challenge.
A very mountainous course; steep inclines in every direction, left, right, up and down so keeping the ball on the short grass was a significant challenge on most holes. Unfortunately they had hollow tined the greens just a few days before our visit and hadn't dressed them with sand so the holes made putting in a straight line almost impossible. The 5th green felt like stimp 10; the 18th green in comparison would be stimp 4 and every other green anywhere in between. It made consistent putting impossible. Some of the course was quite scruffy but it is a very large, centuries old estate in need of investment and the money available is all going on the accommodation in the main house. We were a two ball in amongst mainly 3's and 4's so very slow for us. Most golfers were poor/high handicap societies in buggies so quite slow golf. I wouldn't personally go back again but it is worth at least one visit just to stay in the hotel.
Some challenging and long holes. The course is tricky in places. Definitely need a buggy as there are some long walks from green to tee and also quite hilly. Overall a great experience.
Second time I’ve been this year,great value for money and the course was in great condition for time of year and the staff in the golf shop was extremely friendly and helpful
only thing that let it down was 10 par 4s on the trot
See above, semi needs cutting, buggy’s need to be checked before sending someone out with half a battery charge
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A – Check in time: 15:00 hrs and Check out time: 11:00 hrs
A – There are 30 buggies at Shrigley Hall Golf Club and therefore reserving one is best.
A –July is the Peak District's hottest month with the temperature averaging 16 degrees so this is the best time to play if you are looking for some warm weather golf
A – No you do not need to produce a handicap certificate.
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