Wokefield Park Golf Course

De Vere Wokefield Park


18 holes | par 72 | 6579 yards | Parkland

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Wokefield Park is well-maintained, has plenty of challenges to entice and tempt golfers of all standards, and it benefits from fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Watch out for the water though as it comes into play on several holes and if you aren't careful you could see a good round turn into a bad one with just one swing of the club. Accuracy will also be vital, with unforgiving rough just waiting to swallow up any loose shots. Wokefield Park Golf Club offers a firm challenge but a memorable and enjoyable round of golf.

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Just outside Reading, off junction 11 of the M4

De Vere Wokefield Park, Mortimer, Reading, Berkshire, UNITED KINGDOM, RG73AE
  • Wokefield Park reviews verified by Reevoo

    (6.7 out of 10)
    Condition of golf course
    Acceptable pace of play
    Food & Beverage
    Facilities e.g. Driving range, Clubhouse, changing rooms
    Value for money
    Overall rating
    Scores 6.7 out of 10 based on 23 reviews
    Reviews and scores from the last 6 months.
    (8 out of 10)


    very nice, very tough course, the driver needs to be going straight when you play here, the rough just off the fairway is thick, and the fairways are incredibly narrow in places.
    there is plenty of practice facilities, with a range, short game area and putting greens.
    i didn't eat so can't comment on the food.
    Confirmed purchase: 19 May 2016
    Published on: 25 May 2016
    (7 out of 10)


    Mainly course in great condition but you need to stay on the fairway as the rough is almost impossible to get out of
    Confirmed purchase: 14 May 2016
    Published on: 21 May 2016
    (4 out of 10)


    Reading Unplayable rough
    Can't comment on food and drink.

    The course has the potential to be great and at a discounted price represented good value. However the thick, unplayable rough and extremely narrow fairways make it a misserable experience for the high handicapper like me. Don't get me wrong - missing the fairway should be a disadvantage but it is just ridiculous.

    Greens were ok. I thought the par 3s were a highlight of the course.

    Pace was slow although it was a Sunday afternoon.

    Seriously wokefield cut back the rough a bit and make yourselves much more appealing for the majority.
    Confirmed purchase: 15 May 2016
    Published on: 21 May 2016
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    • Mark B, Berkshire 28/10/2015

      Very happy, played in a large group and everyone enjoyed the course, would play there again

      (Round played: Oct 2015 - Score: 95 Handicap: 0)

    • Mark B, Berkshire 28/10/2015

      Very happy, played in a large group and everyone enjoyed the course, would play there again

      (Round played: Oct 2015 - Score: 95 Handicap: 0)

    • Benjamin C, Kent 13/10/2015

      Great course I would defiantly play again if it was not so far from where I live

      (Round played: Sep 2015 - Score: 105 Handicap: 28)

    • Gary H, Essex 29/09/2015

      Course is a good test of golf with plenty of risk for the golfer that decides to go for everything, however off yellows, rather than driver you should probably plot your way around the course with an iron from the tee on 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 15 and 18 rather than driver.
      The course is well layed out and has some excellent feature holes (12th, 14th my personal favourites) but with so many society players, the course suffers a little from un-repaired pitch marks, but beware, the worse part about the track is that it is 4 and half hours per round, minimum. On the Sunday we played it was well over 5 hours. Part of the reason for this is that the course is not geared up for societies as the rough is too long and typically means anyone that is a little wayward has probably lost their ball.

      The buggies were a little overpriced.
      The drinks are massively overpriced, but you wouldn't have expected anything else from a De Vere hotel. (fortunately we had a 30% discount on drinks).

      The venue is okay, and for the money we paid via YGT, the golf and food was excellent value but it could have been so much better.

      What was a surprise was the poor service. Very impersonal and geared towards a corporate market.

      There was almost non existent waiting staff in the restaurant, we effectively cleared our own plates and they had run out of deserts and biscuits for the cheese and had no port. At times there was only 1 person behind the bar trying to serve about 30-40 people. Service was slow!!! some of the chaps even cancelled their lunch orders it was taking so long.

      All rooms were booked as twins and yet many of the group were allocated double beds. It shouldn't be that difficult for a major hotel chain to get that right.
      Having said that, purely for the golf, then I guess if it wasn't for the fact that we are 100 miles away, yes I would play it again. But I wouldn't go out of my way to play it unless I was already in the area and knew that I wasn't going to be stuck in a 5 hour round, so choosing the right tee time is crucial.

      Good luck.

      (Round played: Sep 2015 - Score: 78 Handicap: 9.5)

    • Kevin N, Greater London 29/09/2015

      Superbly laid out course though very unforgiving if you miss the fairway - rough WAY too thick.

      Fairways and greens in good condition.

      Service at the hotel is awful - slow, expensive, slow, non-existant, and slow.

      (Round played: Sep 2015 - Score: 144 Handicap: 20.1)

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