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A traditional and mature inland golf course with a unique mix of heathland and parkland characteristics, the course offers 21 holes of golf in a spectacular setting.
Construction of the Northamptonshire County Golf Course began in April 1909 and the course was opened for play the following year. The original 18 holes were designed by the distinguished golf course architect, Harry S Colt, who also designed Wentworth and Sunningdale.
A further 3 splendid holes designed by top course architect, Cameron Sinclair, were opened in May 2004. These now provide a 9 hole loop returning to the clubhouse, for those wishing to play 9 or 27 holes.
The course is a regular venue for local, regional and national competitions and from 1997 until 2002 hosted the regional qualifier for the Open Championship. Between 2nd. and 4th. May 2007 the prestigious PGA Senior Club Professional Championship was held at the Northamptonshire County course.
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