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WALTHAM WINDMILL GOLF CLUB

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Course is currently Open

With the following restrictions: Preferred Lies. Please follow the white lines and rope and stay away from wet areas. Please keep trolleys and buggies away from the greens and be aware of ice on some pathways.

14.12.2017 08:09

  • HISTORY

    bigpicThe idea of a golf course was first discussed early in the 1980’s when a design was produced by Clive Clark and Peter Alliss and work started in the late 1980’s.

    Unfortunately there was not sufficient funding and work stopped leaving the site untouched for six years until it was purchased by the current owners in 1994. They redesigned the layout of the course and work began again in 1995 with the club opening for play in May 1997.

    Waltham Windmill Golf Club now offers an exciting and challenging round of golf in a beautiful landscaped setting in 125 acres of Lincolnshire countryside.

    The course is made up of two loops of nine holes, enabling golfers to start on either the 1st or 10th holes. The first loop of nine mainly follows the boundaries of the course and the back nine weaves around the middle of the course.

    It is mainly parkland with many of the fairways lined with trees, There is added interest from nine ponds which come into play on nine of the holes. These provide a challenge not only from the tee but also around some of the greens.

    The course features a comprehensive irrigation system of greens and tees which together with USGA greens and excellent drainage ensures all year round play.

    We have a full calendar of competitions and matches for all sections of the club including fun and social events throughout the summer months.

    To compliment the course the club has a large modern clubhouse which offers a welcome atmosphere for golfers and non golfers to socialise.