Lindrick Golf Club

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Address: Lindrick Common, Worksop, South Yorkshire, S818BH, United Kingdom
Rating: 3.0
Rating: 3.0
Opened: 1891
Holes: 18
Type: Parkland
Length: 6606 yds
Par: 71
Rating/SSS: 72
Slope:
Green Fees: £50 Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri
Offers:
Tel No: 01909 485802
Location: View Map
Website: www.lindrickgolfclub.co.uk
   
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Clubhouse/Hospitality Rating: 2.0
Quality of Course Rating: 4.0
Practice Facilities Rating: 0.0
Value for Money Rating: 3.0

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John Shepherd 36 @ Lindrick Golf Club 31 May 17
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Roger Marsland 29 @ Lindrick Golf Club 26 May 11
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Facilities
Clubhouse/Bar/Catering; Prefessional shop; Golf practice area including driving range
Description
Lindrick Golf Club, founded in 1891, lies 3 miles west of Worksop. It is considered to be one of Britains's finest inland courses.

Lindrick is an excellent test for golfers of all standards - the greens are firm and fast, the course is open throughout the year and in winter playing conditions are particularly good. Temporary greens are rare and the fine fairways make preferred lies unnecessary other than in the wettest years. The golf course is unusual in that it finishes with par 3, rated by some as one of the best finishing holes in golf.

Sited in Magnesian limestone heathland providing excellent drainage, the course will normally be closed only because of snow or frost. It occupies an area of approximately 205 acres and is a site of Special Scientific Interest which is managed in accordance with English Nature's Wildlife Enhancement Scheme. In 1998 Lindrick were winners of the National Award. In the spring when the gorse is in bloom, a plethora of wild flowers (some of which are very rare) can be seen around the course. The colour continues throughout the Summer and Autumn.

Visitors and visiting societies are welcome on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays by arrangement and prior booking. We do not have a standard package as we prefer to tailor the day to meet your requirements.

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Number of Reviews: 1

Handicap: 14

28 May 2011, 17:55
Clubhouse/Hospitality Rating: 2.0
Quality of Course Rating: 4.0
Practice Facilities Rating: 0.0
Value for Money Rating: 3.0

Historic Venue

Continuing in my quest to play the Top 100 courses in England - this is ranked 45 (in the book that I am using) and was the venue for the 1957 Ryder Cup (a little different from the ultra modern Celtic Manor!). Established in 1891 and laid out on common land it has a mixed heathland and moorland feel. In immaculate condition, the turf is lovely, the greens are subtly borrowed, very fast and well protected by bunkers. The two sides of the course are divided by a busy main road which takes away some of the charm of this layout and I found the clubhouse facilities old fashioned and unwelcoming. Nevertheless, I did enjoy my outing (the course was deserted!) but the £60 green fee would dissuade me from returning in a hurry.

  




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