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The course begins by heading east alongside the site of the lost medieval village of Hardwick and skirts the boundary of the disused airfield RAF Woolfox Lodge. During construction many practice bombs were unearthed, indeed in the old farming days "the farm workers harvested bombs like they were potatoes!"
The clubhouse, a 19th century Hardwick farmhouse, offers a fine view over the closing three holes and has been refurbished and extended in 1993 to provide golfers with all of the facilities expected of a modern top-line clubhouse.
Visitors and golf societies are always welcome at Rutland.
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