Costs:
2 out of 5
TG Rating:
3 out of 5
Read our review
Players Rating:
3.5 out of 5
Read 8 player reviews

Address: Oake, TAUNTON, TA4 1BA

Tel: 01823 461993

Website: www.oakemanor.com

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What we say...

3 out of 5

Somerset is best known for the quality of its cider than golf courses but Oake Manor is definitely among the pick of the crop as far as the latter is concerned.

A short drive from the M5, this outstanding US-style layout sits between the Quantock and Blackdown hills and offers a serious golfing challenge. Although the fairways are fairly generous, there’s plenty of water and bunkers to negotiate – aqua in fact features on 10 of the holes!

Course Information

Course: 70 par

Course Style: Parkland

Green Fees: Round Rate: Mon-Thurs: £33. Fri: £35. Sat-Sun: £38. Day Rate: Mon-Thurs: £46. Fri: £50 Sat-Sun: £56.

Course Length: 6,149 yards (5,622 metres)

Holes: 18

Difficulty: Medium 11-20

Course Membership: Proprietary

Course Features

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Buggy Hire
  • Trolley Hire
  • Driving Range
  • Dress Code
  • Practice Green
  • Club Hire
  • Pro Shop
  • Handicap

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Restrictions: 2-Fore!-1 applicable to day rate. Saturdays 2-Fore!-1 only after 2pm

Course Description

Oake Manor Golf Club is located in some of Somerset's most beautiful countryside, offering spectacular views and a suberb golf course.

The well-established 6149-yard par 70 parkland/lakeland golf course offers a challenging and memorable round for all standards of golfer. A series of lakes and a trout stream run through the golf course, creating water hazards on 10 of the 18 holes. The clubhouse has gained an exceptional reputation for a warm welcome and excellent value meals.

Stay & Play: Rumwell Manor Hotel is about a 5mins drive away.

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5 out of 5

Beautiful Golf Course

By Evarm

Great food, great staff and stunning course. Plenty of water to test your course management skills! We played in June, the sun was shining and the course was in excellent condition. Would highly recommend this course although very low handicappers may find it easy as it's not a long course. I play off 13 and played 2 shots under my handicap, but this didn't spoil my enjoyment of the course....the... read more

3 out of 5

Good course shame about reception

By mark Freemantle

I run a society and have for 7 years, bearing in mind the difficult times of a recession, I arranged to play, unfornately the attitude in the clubhouse ruined my day, the conflict between restaurant and clubhouse does let the whole place down, the course overall is improving with age but it has a long way to go to be championship.

3 out of 5

Second Visit

By gslack

 It's been nearly 3 years since I played here last. We had an enjoyable day on the 29th February. The course is short though and 'easy'. Shot 3 under handicap even though I lost a ball......I remember being 4 under the last time I played here. Found the greens true but awfully slow. Apparently the greens are slow in the summer as well. Food in the club house... read more

3.5 out of 5

Will Improve with Age

By gslack

Recommended to me by golfers at Royal North Devon in March, we decided to play Oake Manor yesterday on their twilight green fee @ £16 per person which I had pre-booked. Pro-shop reception was friendly and welcoming. First hole is a downhill 393 yd par 4 SI 5 which is a nice start to the round. This is followed by a relatively open 546 yd par 5. Plenty of water which... read more

3.5 out of 5

great course even when wet

By Richard Reid

Even though it had rained non stop for the last few days this course seemed to drain really really well (most courses in the area had been shut for the few days). Fair ways and greens in top condition considering the recent weather.(not boggy like we were all expecting)Tees were the only part of the course in bad condition but again considering recent weather still not bad What a great course to... read more

2 out of 5

Visit in the Summer

By Anonymous

No doubt a good course to visit in the Summer, but I have to disagree with the reviewer who played the wet weekend! I would advise staying way in the Winter, and the reception and advice left a lot to be desired! We were told that the course had taken recent rain well, but when we got out there, the course was sodden in places. The fairways felt very clay-like, with some pretty poor tees,... read more

4 out of 5

Scenic and weel designed

By Anonymous

I have played the course a number of times, the last being in the middle of a very wet weekend. The greens were still in excellent condition and the course, as always, looks spectacular.

4 out of 5

short but great

By Anonymous

Although a touch on the short side by today's standard this is a very good course with plenty of water and the whole course always seems to be in immaculate condition. Well worth a visit at anytime.

Oake Manor Golf Club Today's Golfer 2006-11-29T19:04:00.0000000 Somerset is best known for the quality of its cider than golf courses but Oake Manor is definitely among the pick of the crop as far as the latter is concerned. A short drive from the M5, this outstanding US-style layout sits between the Quantock and Blackdown hills and offers a serious golfing challenge. Although the fairways are fairly generous, there’s plenty of water and bunkers to negotiate – aqua in fact features on 10 of the holes! Somerset is best known for the quality of its cider than golf courses but Oake Manor is definitely among the pick of the crop as far as the latter is concerned. 3.558
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