Tracy Park Golf Club has two golf courses under its banner. The Cromwell Course and the Crown Course. The Cromwell Course is 6,157 yard par 71 which is a mature parkland course. The Crown course on the other hand is a natural parkland, 6,201 yards with par 69. To maintain both courses as well they do at Tracy Park showcases how much of a community spirit there is around the golf course and focuses on its main strength, making new golfers feel welcome at the clubhouse and on the fairways. Focusing specifically on the Cromwell Course this course is a perfect combination of old and new, the refurbishment around the course add a modern twist to a very old and historic course. Several of the holes are set on the famous battlefields of battle of Lansdown. The historic grounds make for a fantastic clubhouse and great place to play golf. The Cromwell course has an excellent combination of natural water hazards, bunkers and natural problems that litter most holes. The greens and tee boxes are to USGA specifications and they keep them up to date as possible.