Dore & Totley Golf Club

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What we say

Dore & Totley Golf Club was founded in 1913 and is a mature parkland golf course, possibly the least undulating in the Sheffield area. Several greens were designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie and, with other subtle features, the golf course is a fair challenge for golfers of all abilities. Five new holes were added in 2005 which have added approximately 500 yards to the golf course and will of course add to your enjoyment of the club.

  • Course Summary

  • Costs 2 out of 5
  • TG Rating 3 out of 5
  • Players Rating 2.7 out of 5
  • Address
    Bradway Road, , SHEFFIELD
  • Tel 0114 236 6844
  • Website

Course Information

Course 72 par
Course Style -
Green Fees From Apr 1: Mon-Fri: £32 (round), £37 (day). Sun pm: £36 (round)
Course Length 6,460 yards (5,907 metres)
Holes 18
Difficulty Medium 11-20
Course Membership Private

Course Features

  • Course has: Bar
  • Course has: Buggy Hire
  • Course does not have: Driving Range
  • Course does not have: Practice Green
  • Course has: Pro Shop
  • Course does not have: Restaurant
  • Course has: Trolley Hire
  • Course has: Dress Code
  • Course does not have: Club Hire
  • Course has: Handicap

Your Reviews

  • 4 out of 5 Good day had by all

    By ChrisB

    The course is challenging and has some great features, especially the 10th, which they claim as their signature hole. Friendly and helpful staff, definitely a pleasurable experience.

  • 2 out of 5 Overpriced and awful customer service

    By Anonymous

    Rang to book a slot and was told none available for the next 9 days.  Very unhelpful.  Won't be wasting another phone call to ring them back after 9 days.  Plenty of others who would welcome business at this quiet time of the year

  • 2 out of 5 Overrated

    By gdjohnson

    When organsing golf society days there are normally two sides to organise, the golf and the food. Some clubs recognise this and are very accomodating making it easy to arrange and to pay on the day. We played Dore & Totley on 24th May 2008. The course was good, some interesting holes and tricky pin positions. The greens were true and consistent but I felt overall the course looked a litle tatty. Overall I felt the £30 green fee was a little overpriced, definately not worth the usual £36 at the weekend. The one major factor that spoilt the day was the strict dress code in the clubhouse, we originally wanted to book a meal after golf but could only eat if wearing jacket and tie. Many other clubs have been accomodating and relaxed the rule to trousers and shirts OR most now have spike bars where you can eat. We respect clubs rules so went to a local pub afterwards, I would recommend The Norton if anyone has similar issues, good value food. The strange thing is I played this course two years ago on a corporate day and ate in the clubhouse afterwards in my golfing attire. After our round there were a couple of members in the clubhouse who were very friendly but I just don't understand why the club couldn't put some food on for us. In contrast, the pro shop was absolutely superb, it's the first time in a long while that the pro has driven the Nearest To The Pin and Longest Drive markers out before play, excellent service, also whilst playing we struggled with signage ( a usual problem for visting societies ) I mentioned this contructively to the pro and they made a note of the holes we struggled on, superb. Overall we had a good day, the golf and the service in the pro shop was first class, best service we've had in two years. It was just let down badly by an "old school" strict dress code. I'd go back and play golf but only with 2 fore 1 vouchers and not with our society

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