Golf Today - Over 80000 pages of golf information
 

Millfield Golf Complex/Club

Address Millfield Golf Club, Laughterton, Lincoln, LN1 2LB
Telephone (07722) 055713
Website www.millfieldgolfclub.co.uk
Email millfieldgolfclub@gmail.com
Share
Holes 18-18-9
Yardage • The Millfield - 6004
• The Grenville Green - 4585
• 9 hole Par 3 course
SSS 69 - Par 65
Visitors 18 holes - shoes must be worn, no jeans etc. Grenville Green - No restrictions
Societies Phone in advance
Green Fees
Main course A per round, free on Saturday after 4pm.
A per round for the Gren 18 hole course and A all day on 9 hole par 3.
Course Designer C Watson - 1984
Location On A1133 1m N of A57
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.
Map
Facilities cart
• No Clubhouse
• Resident pro / Lessons and club repairs
• Apartments and cabins are available to rent and a caravan site are all available to hire for a stay at Millfield
• Grass tennis courts
• Driving Range (see information below)
Weather Forecast
Advertise on this page!
Course
Reviews
Having played over 100 courses this is by far the worst I have ever visited. Having appreciated the low green fees it was the welcome itself which we found to be the most disappointing. We had hoped to play the 18 hole course and make use of the Buggy service as we also had plans for the afternoon and time was a constraint. However despite them being available and there being one already out on the course we were informed that a medical note is required to use this service, something we have never been asked before. Having brought large tour bags we were left with little choice but to play the 9 hole par 3 course and carry limited equipment. As the £2 green fee suggests this was basic at very best and was also full of empty beer cans. A wasted Sunday morning for four. Don't waste your time there are many alternatives in the area
Mark: 1
Value For Money: Poor
Simon Newman January 5, 2014

Had the displeasure of not playing this course on the 7th of July. Having purchased my card and presented myself at the 1st I was engulfed with a group of drunken yobs passing them selves of as a visiting golf society. There was no Club Pro on hand to supervise proceedings and other than the Lady serving in the kiosk no one else to hand. After tollerating the drunken scene for 20 mins, hoping things would get moving, I gave in and have vowed never to return to this place. It was not worth trying to reason to this unruley crowd as I fear it would only have exposed my playing partner and myself to their abusive manner. The owners of this club need to up their game and attract a better client base. I for one shall not be returing until things improve. B ythe way having played here before I can reinforce most of the previous comments, it is a value for money course with a few interesting holes.
Mark: 2
Value For Money: Good
Tom Sawyer July 19, 2012

We had a great holiday at Milfield, we go every year for a weeks golf, the main course is very good. We stay in the cabins which are basic but very good, with shower, cooker, TV, cost is very reasonable. All staff are very friendly and accomadating, would recommend this course to anyone. We look forward to next years break.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 10
Janice Kinge June 10, 2011

A complex with 3 courses, £2, £4 and £6 midweek. With prices like this, it must be the cheapest golf in UK. The courses are very playable, but when you do, just remember how much you paid for it. With accommodation as well, shop, cafe and range, (no bar) it's well worth a vist.
John January 11, 2009

The Grenville Green course (£5.00) offers good value for money overall, although the Greens are far from perfect.
The Main course (£8.00) is well worth the extra few quid, as the greens are a more like what you'd expect from a decent course.
For practice you can't beat the £2 9-hole course, although it can get very busy.
Overall something for everyone.
Charlie Carter September 6, 2007

Great golf club, with a fantastic youth club (millfeid imps) will give any club a good game. One thing tidy the t boxs.
Dave September 16, 2007

I went to this course due to the good reviews that I had read. I have to say that I was very let down. The tees and layouts of the holes where not signposted clearly. The greens and fairways where also very poor. I suppose what you get when you pay £8 for a round.
James June 13, 2007

A superb course well worth the money. The 1st hole is challenging off the white tees as you are playing to a different green. The greens are in good condition though the tee boxes need a little work. On the whole a superb course and i will play it again without doubt.
Matt Winning (Junior Captain 2005, Crookhill Park Golf Club) September 24, 2005

I have to say the 9 hole is a decent course the fairways are large and the greens are poor a good beginner course.
Zack Chlids April 17, 2005

An excellent course, well worth a visit.
Tim Hirst March 16, 2005
Driving Range
Hours 8.00am-9.00pm
Bays 4
Covered 4
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit 4
Prices No Info






R&A
Vote to allow women members after 260 years....

PGA Tour
Whatever happened to Anthony Kim?...

Motoring
Mazda 3 - Engineered to perfection...

Memorabilia
Sam Snead auction of famous personal items...

The 19th
Johnnie Walker and the Ryder Cup...

Paul McGinley
Proof its never too late....

John Huggan
Rules suck: that’s common knowledge...

Peter McEvoy
Centurion Club marches against the tide...

Press Centre
The unmistakable presence of a legend...

Book Review
The Spiritual Golfer - By Robert "Lumpy" Lumpkin



© Golftoday.co.uk 1996-2014 - Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy - About Us - Advertise - Classifieds - Newsletter - Contact Us