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Delapre Golf Club

Address Delapre Golf Club, Eagle Drive, Nene Valley Way, Northampton, NN4 7DU
Telephone 01604 764036 / 763957 / 764036 (Pro)
Website www.delapregolfcentre.co.uk
Email info@delapregolfcentre.co.uk
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Holes • The Oaks: 18-hole course set in 260 acres of mature parkland
• The Hardingstone Nine Course: Short but testing 9 hole course
• Two 9-hole Par 3 Courses of similar length but very different character - Jacks and Abbey
• 9 Hole Pitch and Putt to sharpen up your short game
Yardage Oaks 6293 - Hardingstone 2146
SSS 70 - 32
Visitors No restrictions but advance booking advised for weekends
Golf breaks at Delapre
Societies Must book in advance, packages
Green Fees
The Oaks 18 holes:
Monday to Thursday: C / Friday: C
Off Peak / Under 16 / Over 60: B
Weekends: C
Course Designer John Jacobs / John Corby
1976
Location Situated just 5 minutes from Northampton town centre and only a few minutes from the M1 motorway, Junction 15
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Facilities
• Fully licenced Restaurant which can cater for functions and societies in the private Conference Room
• Costa Coffee Bar also serving beer and bar snacks
• Corporate Hospitality days available
• PGA Professional / Tuition / Junior golf
• Buggy Hire (When available)
• Driving Range (see information below),
large Putting Green
• American Golf shop
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About the Course Beautiful 18 Hole Course with enough ditches, streams and bunkers to ensure an enjoyable and challenging round. Automatic irrigation helps to keep this popular course in the best possible condition
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Reviews

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Municipal course with 3 x 9 hole plus 1 x 18. As a group of middle aged men fairly new to the game, we realise now what a good set up this is compared to another course I've reviewed today. If good value, good fun, friendly staff and and a friendly 'easy going' atmosphere are important to you, this is a good place to be. Courses varying in difficulty and size, a good value driving range and nice free putting area all make for a nice day out, and it's on my doorstep!. This is the sort of course that encourages people to play golf. No snobs, no petty rules beyond acceptable etiquette and patience for those new to the game. I believe this is the way forward for golf and encourages a good attitude from the start.
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
David Blackburn September 5, 2011

Course is perfectly playable and enjoyable. Earthworks nearly complete and hardly affecting course. An excellent day.
Martin (Pre 2010)

Delapre is a very balanced course with 3 9 hole par 3 courses and a 9 hole mixed par course. It has a full 18 hole course which is excellent. It also has a cafe and an American Golf shop which is well stocked out with the latest brands of clubs, bags and clothing.
Robert (Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours 7.00am-9.00pm
7.00am-7.00pm Weekends
Bays 40
Covered Yes
Heated No Info
Automatic Teeing Yes
Floodlit Yes
Prices No Info
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