Type: Parkland Length: 5629 Par: 71 Telephone: 01603746333
Situated on the western outskirts of Norwich, Costessey Park Golf Club occupies roughly 100 acres of picturesque parkland that was once the site of Costessey Hall.
The ruined remains of the belfry tower stand over the 18th fairway, providing an ivy-covered testament to the former glory of a once substantial hall. The golf course lies in the gently contoured Tud River Valley, providing players with a number of holes that bring the river and man-made lakes into play.
The first hole at Costessey starts a round with a picturesque yet challenging par three that requires an accurate drive across the River Tud, to land the ball on a sculptured green resting beside a reed fringed lake.
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Situated to north-west of Norwich. Take the 'Show Ground' exit off the A47. Follow the A1074 towards Norwich. Turn left onto Longwater Lane. At the T-junction turn left. Take the next left into Costessey Park.