Wellingborough Golf Club 18th hole featured in a recent article Great Finishing Holes "A driveable par 4 is always an interesting way to finish. The chance to cover yourself in glory with an eagle or tap-in birdie must be balanced with the potential for embarrassing and destructive dropped shots if you're errant off the tee. With water protecting the green short and left and no shortage of trees on both sides, a bash at the green might be a little ambitious off the tips, but any solid driver of the ball will be faced with a real decision from the yellows. Harrowden Hall is the stunning backdrop to the green and simply adds to the atmosphere."
Courtesy:Todays GolferMarch 2012
Set in over 160 acres of quiet, secluded private grounds, the 18 hole par 72 rolling parkland course is a test for golfers of all abilities. For at taste of our course, watch our video review.
From the moment you drive through the historic wrought iron gates into the car park, call into the well stocked Pro-shop and take the short walk through the formal gardens to the 1st tee, all of life's modern day stresses will have left you to focus on the game ahead where you will enjoy what we consider, to be the best course in the county!
We also hold a number of Opens, you can now download application forms for the various and popular open competitions that we run.
|Winter Green Fees|
|County Card||£25.00 (per round only)|
Winter rules are in operation. Due to poor ground conditions, the use of electric trolleys and all buggies is not permitted until further notice.
Please repair pitch marks.
The 2nd red/yellow tee is being extended and is out of play until late spring 2016 when it will be fit for play. In the meantime play will be from a temporary tee mat.
The greenside bunkers and surrounds on the 1st and 18th holes are roped off and are now defined as GUR from which relief MUST be taken in the drop zone nearby. Please use the ball scoop provided to recover your ball should you play into either of these areas. Under no circumstances should anyone walk on the newly formed bunker edges.