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The county of Nottinghamshire has plenty of excellent golf courses to discover, making it the perfect place to spend a weekend out on the ‘greens’ or with crazy golf attractions too.
Set in the stunning grounds of Wollaton Hall, Wollaton Park Golf Club is a traditional members club offering a warm welcome to visitors, societies and prospective members. There are a number of opens taking place throughout the year, in particular the inaugural Robin Hood Open which takes palce on Sunday 21st September is set to be a great event for golfers of all capabilities.
An excellent golf club located near Annesley in Nottinghamshire. In 2012, Hollinwell hosts the 86 Annual Boys Amateur Championships with over 250 entrants from 22 countries worldwide. Also features on the Hollinwell event list over the years has been The Dunlop Masters and the John Players Classic among others. A fine example of a heathland golf course a trip to Hollinwell as a player or spectator is strongly recommended.
Among Nottinghamshire's best, Rufford Park Golf and Country Club is an exciting challenge for all players, this 6,343 yard, par 70 course is set in over 200 acres of beautiful parkland. You'll be spoilt by the spectacular views of Rufford Lakes and Abbey.
This is rapidly becoming one of Nottinghamshire’s premier golfing destinations. Both the 18 hole Norwood course (measuring 6805 yards off the back tees) and the 9 hole Westwood PAR 3 course have been designed by Clyde B Johnston, past president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. He has succeeded in creating two magnificent layouts which blend perfectly with the historic parkland setting of Norwood Park.
Formerly Cotgrave Place Golf Club, The Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club boasts magnificent views of the surrounding countryside and is only three miles from the centre of Nottingham. Here you'll play on an 18 hole championships standard course and when you're done, you can also enjoy some fine dining at their luxurious Lakeview Restaurant.
Growing a reputation as one of Nottinghamshire's most enjoyable and demanding golf courses. Designed by John Small and Eddie McAusland, the course opened in 1988 and has steadily improved since.
Situated nearby in Lincolnshire, this is a modern resort set in 475 acres of tranquil countryside. Belton Woods offers golfers a choice of three courses, from championship, tricky to picturesque.
With its beautiful tree-lined drive and clubhouse steeped in history, Beeston Fields is one of Nottingham's oldest and best golf courses. A superb Par 71 parkland course and a challenging test for all levels of golfer. Designed in 1923 by Tom Williamson, it measures 6,430 yards from the medal tees. The course is always kept in superb condition and has received many plaudits. The greens are a delight to putt on but will fool many with their subtle borrows.
Founded in 1993, Southwell Golf Club has established itself as one of the finest courses in Nottinghamshire and offers guests and members premier facilities for the perfect day of golf. Only 2 miles from Southwell, and 5 miles from the market town of Newark, it's ideally situated for visitors. The spacious and comfortable club house allows guests to relax and unwind, enjoying refreshments before and after their game. The course offers challenging holes and is on the estate of the Southwell Racecourse, meaning you're always close to some sporting action in this rural, friendly part of Nottinghamshire. For more information on the course as well as how to book your session, visit their website.
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