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Burton-on-Trent Golf Club

Burton-on-Trent Golf Club,Burton-on-Trent,Derbyshire
Address Burton-on-Trent Golf Club, 43 Ashby Road East, Burton-on-Trent, DE15 0PS
Telephone Secretary: +44 (0)1283 544 551
Professional: +44 (0)1283 562 240
Website www.burtonontrentgolfclub.co.uk
Email clubmanager@burtonontrentgolfclub.co.uk
pgapro@burtonontrentgolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 18 - mature course with fast multi-tiered greens and an "Augusta Style" 18th hole, offering a serious challenge
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Yardage 6579
SSS 72
Visitors Must contact in advance and have a handicap certificate
Societies Most welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary. The Club can tailor its services to meet the needs of the society.
Green Fees
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Packages available for Societies
Course Designer Burton on Trent Golf Club was founded in 1894 and moved to its present location at Bretby in 1907.
The GolfMark Award This club holds the GolfMark Award, meaning that it is a safe and fun environment for junior golfers to discover, learn and play golf.
Location Set in 97 acres of woodland in a tranquil setting, 3m E of Burton
The Club is easily accessible from the 2 exits off the A38.
Follow signs for the town centre then the signs for Leicester A511. Cross the River Trent at either bridge and the Club is one and a half miles from the town centre on the A511.
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Facilities
• Snooker Room / Function Room
• PGA professional
• Practice putting green / Large practice area and practice bunker / Two driving bays with netting and mats
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Reviews

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The course is set in lovely surroundings however the condition of the greens was a little disappointing. The last is a superb hole and am sure it looks a picture in the summer, nice clubhouse too.
Chris Brotherton (Pre 2010)

I have been a member at Burton on Trent Golf Club for the last 15 years.
The course improves year on year primarily because of a significant tree planting scheme which has now produced semi mature trees, resulting in a requirement for tighter drives. The rough is tough rather than punishing and the fairways are excellent. Greens are not the fastest but are generally true and play well for most of the year.
Make your score on the front 9 as the way home commences with 2 long par 3's uphill to well bunkered greens, split by a short dogleg par 4 which should be easy! From 14 in the course plays long and difficult. A challenge for any golfer!
Steve Turner (Pre 2010)






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