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Gainsborough Golf Club

Address Gainsborough Golf Club, Belt Road, Thonock, Gainsborough, DN21 1PZ
Telephone 01427 613088
Website www.gainsboroughgc.co.uk
Email info@gainsboroughgc.co.uk
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Holes Both 18 with excellent drainage
Yardage Thonock Park - 6266
Karsten Lakes - 6724
SSS 70 - 72
Visitors Thonock Park - Welcome weekdays. Seniors play on Tuesday mornings on Thonock Park / Ladies Day Thu morning. Karsten Lakes - Welcome 7 days, advanced booking available
Societies Must telephone in advance
Green Fees
Summer:
Karsten Lakes: D per round 7 Days a week
Thonock Park: Both courses C/D
Course Designer Thonock Park - Brian Waites - 1894
Karsten Lakes - Neil Coles - 1997
The GolfMark High Achiever 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 1m N off A159, Signposted off A631
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Facilities
• Conference facilities available / Functions / Weddings, Christenings, Parties
• On site accommodation
• Buggies available April-and of October
• Ping Academy / Ping Fitting Centre
Ping Driving range (see information below) and practice area
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About the Club The Thonock Course is a traditional parkland course, whilst Karsten Lakes is an American style layout with numerous large bunkers and lakes to catch those wayward drives. The venue provides an excellent opportunity to play 36 holes on two contrasting styles of course. Owned by Ping Europe Limited.
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Reviews

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played both courses. staff friendly and very helpful.food ok but not great. considering the very heavy rain the previous day both courses played very well.karsten lakes course was a bit different and an interesting challenge.
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Good
neil taylor October 31, 2012

Played @ Gainsborough today 23.05.2008 on the Karsten course and to be honest was very disappointed after reading rave reviews everywhere.  It is very open and the greens were the worst I have played on in a long time. I did not have to repair a pitch mark once,  spongy in places then bare in other parts and let's just say the ball looked good in the air quite a few times on the green.  The clubhouse was nice but if you don't play Titleist balls make sure you take some with you as that's all they sell in the pro shop.  All in all saying that I took a day of work and travelled from Nottingham to play there I was suprisingly not too impressed.
David Sherlock (Pre 2010)

Very good course and great club house and practice area, greens are good in summer and always average in winter.
Ross Joyce (Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours Summer:
Monday - Friday 7.30am to 8pm
Saturday/Sunday 7.30am to 5pm
Bays 20
Covered Yes
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing N/A
Floodlit Yes
Prices £2.00





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