18 holes | par 70 | 6272 yards | Links
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This par-70 course was originally designed by Harry Vardon in 1894 and was then redesigned by Alister MacKenzie in 1924. The course now measures 6,272 yards from the white tees and is renowned for playing even harder than the card may suggest. Thanks to its coastal location, Cleethorpes Golf Course is able to provide fantastic putting surfaces all year round, but you must be warned that the par-3 17th and 447 yard par-4 18th holes combine to make for one of the toughest finishing stretches in Lincolnshire.
Not far from the A16 in Grimsby
I love playing this course, although you are only 1/4 of a mile from the sea it isn't a links course. It looks easy when you first stand on the tee but once started you need to be able to manage the weather conditions, the water hazards, and the lovely and mainly fast greens! Once the round is finished there is a warm welcome to everyone in the clubhouse. the food is excellent and good value. Everyone is really friendly, the professionals, the bar staff, the office staff and the members... well worth a visit.
I recommend this course