Worksop Rd (A57),
Lindrick Common, nr Worksop, Notts S81 8BH
18 holes. Heathland course. Undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
Woodland and open moorland countryside.
Original nine holes designed by Tom Dunn. Second nine added by Willie Park Jr & Herbert Fowler. Revisions made by Fred Hawtree (1930s).
3 mi NW of Worksop / 12 miles E of Sheffield / 31 mi N of Nottingham.
Leave M1 at Jtn 31. Follow A57 direction Worksop. After 5.1 miles golf club is indicated on your R. (Ignore sign to Lindrick Dales about o.8 miles from golf club turn).
Lindrick Golf Club: Known during its first forty years as the Sheffield & District Golf Club (hence the S&D on the tee-boxes), Lindrick has enjoyed an illustrious past. Former host to both the Ryder Cup and Curtis Cup matches, it may not see the return of these prestigious events, but that should not stop any visiting golfer from sampling Lindrick's moorland charms and wonderful golfing challenges.
The constantly undulating terrain ensures that only the par-3s are played over reasonably flattish ground. Most other holes take you gently up hill and down dale, while providing several dog-legging par-4s and a few blind shots into the bargain. The sunken green at the par-5 4th hole demands one of the trickier blind approaches.
The course's unforgiving rough and at times rugged texture should not distract you from enjoying this wonderful layout and its many excellent heathland-moorland views.
Visitors welcome on weekdays; limited tee-times available on Sundays (on application to Pro Shop).
Must book in advance. Handicap required.
Cash or UK cheque only. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2019].
Players generally walk this course.
Lindrick has hosted many top-level tournaments and matches including the Ryder Cup in 1957 (GB&I 7.5, USA 4.5); Curtis Cup in 1960 (USA 6.5, GB&I 2.5); Women's British Open 1988 (winner Corinne Dibnah) and 1977 (Vivien Saunders), and several European Tour events (see our Tournaments section >by Venue >Lindrick).
England: 77th best course in England (Golf World, 2021).
Clumber Park, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S80 3PA
+44 (0)1623 835 333Visit website
The recently upgraded Clumber Park Hotel nestles on the edge of Nottinghamshire's famous Sherwood Forest. The hotel includes family rooms, four posters, suites and rooms especially equipped for guests with disabilities. Located on the A614 just south of where the A1 and A57 intersect, 4 miles SE of Worksop.
Lindrick; Notts (Hollinwell).
112-114 Bridge St, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S80 1HT
+44 (0)1909 477 925Visit website
Located close to the centre of Worksop, all that you would expect from Best Western is offered at this relaxed, friendly and efficient 46-room hotel.
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