are welcome 364 days a year (Tee times must be booked in advance). Handicap
certificate must be produced (Maximum 24 Handicap for the Hotchkin Course).
Hotchkin: I per round Summer
Discounts for EGU/ ELGA Members
miles East of Lincoln - NE side of village B1191
• Hotel*** situated 400m from the National Golf Centre and in the heart of Woodhall's conservation area
/ Conference facilities available
• PGA qualified
professional / Teaching Academy
• Driving Range (see information below), short game academy, putting greens and the latest hi tech indoor coaching equipment.
• The Hotchkin Course is
renowned for its formidable bunkers and narrow fairways, most visitors will remember
the panoramic views of the 11th and the charm of the short 12th hole.
Ranked among the World's Top 100 Courses by Golf World magazine (25th), The Hotchkin Course is consistently rated among the world's finest heathland golf experiences and a favourite destination for golf breaks.
It has hosted many top national and international amateur events • "The
Donald Steel designed Bracken course opened for play in 1998 complements the Hotchkin
perfectly with its large undulating greens and numerous water hazards. During
construction great emphasis was placed on the ecology of the course with many
species of wildflowers introduced and local wildlife habitats secured."
A very good course, but not as good as they think. It is advertised as the best inland course in the UK, but it is not even close to Sunningdale or Wentworth, let alone Gleneagles or Blairgowrie.
Bunkers are tough, but greens were poor and fairways quite wet. Joe Slockart (Pre 2013)
Simply awesome... loved every second of my round despite the golf! With a Lancaster bomber (from the RAF memorial flight) flying overhead we played the Hotchkin course. It was immaculate and the bunkers were proper bunkers...right amount of sand... and very tough...take your medicine! The greens, tees and fairways were simply fantastic... it really is a must play!
The clubhouse itself was excellent... go for the Spa breakfast on arrival... very good value! For such a top venue it was very understated and welcoming. I guess this is what you get from the EGU!
Overall having played the Belfry, Wentworth, Woburn and others in that grade the Hotchkin at Woodhall was my best experience (though my worst score... its a true test!) Looking forward to returning to play the Bracken course as soon as possible! Ian Stroud (Pre 2013)
The Driving Range is open to the public every day between 7.00am - 6.30pm.
£1.00 for 20 balls. Note that prices may have changed since date of publication