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Derby Golf Club ex Sinfin Golf Club

Address Derby Golf Club, Wilmore Road, Sinfin, Derby, DE24 9HD
Telephone 01332 766323
Website www.derbygolfclub.co.uk
www.derby.gov.uk/golf
Email secretary@derbygolfclub.co.uk
customerservices@derby.gov.uk
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Holes 18 - Set in mature parkland with narrow tree-lined fairways making it an enjoyable challenge.
Yardage 6185
Par 70
Visitors Starting time must be booked in advance by telephone, visitors welcome any day
Societies Welcome by previous arrangement, society packages can be tailored to society's requirements
Green Fees
Normal rate: B-C
Location Set in low lying parkland close to the River Trent, 1 mile S of Derby, off A52.
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Facilities
• The Clubhouse will cater for groups of more than 12, parties and special events by prior arrangement.
• Lessons
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About the Course Opened in 1923, Derby Golf Club is a generally flat, mature course which sets a real challenge. The tree-line tight fairways of the Par 4s are especially challenging.
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As a member of Derby Golf Club I would like to bring the reviews up to date.Since 2015 the course has been taken over by SIV from DCC.The course is now well maintained with ongoing care of a now good course.The difference over the last 2 years is quite noticeable with many visiting players giving very good feed back.SIV and the groundstaff work with Derby golf club which in due course is making a great course.Come and have a round and I assure you will not be disappointed.
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
Pat Doherty May 9, 2017

Played Sinfin GC in the Derby Ram last year 2009. Was a poor quality course, but the Derby Ram Competition was well organized and prizes were fantastic and the Mayor of Derby came long to present - Very Good organization. It seems like the same few players have been winning the Derby Ram since it began in the 1970s. P.Baxter (Chevin), R Davenport (Matlock), T. Payne (Notts City), N. Harvey (Allestree Park) & M.Scothern (Coxmoor). Its about time some new faces got their names on the Ram. Good Luck against them boys you'll need it....
sid sharpe July 6, 2010

I am currently a season ticket holder at Sinfin and Allestree and i much prefer Sinfin as it is a far more enjoyable course to play with less hills and is a lot more forgiving. Overall its a great course with some challenging par 5s and some brilliant par 4s. The staff are also great!!
Scott (Pre 2010)

Sinfin golf is a council run golf course which is in good condition. The course is reasonably flat. It has a couple of long par 5's and some hard par 3's but is a nice course and is enjoyable to play.
Gary (Pre 2010)







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