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Rushden Golf Club

Address Rushden Golf Club, Kimbolton Road, Chelveston, Wellingborough, NN9 6AN
Telephone 01933 418511
Website www.rushdengolfclub.org
Email secretary@rushdengolfclub.org
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Holes 18 - A parkland course in a rural setting
Yardage 6519
Par 71
Visitors Visitors welcome, pay and play
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Welcome throughout the year on weekdays, and on Sundays after 11.00 am, by previous arrangement made with secretary
Green Fees
C-D
Location 2m E of Higham Ferrers on Kimbolton Road
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.
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Facilities
• Catering is available on all days excluding Mondays
• PGA Professional / Tuition
• Thriving junior section. Competitions and coaching sessions are held throughout the year.
• Practice area and putting green
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About the Course Rushden Golf Course is an attractive and challenging 18 hole course, combining mature holes that have been played and developed for 90 years with a range of new holes built to the highest specifications and offering stunning views across the local countryside, and serious challenges to golfers of all handicaps and abilities.
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Reviews
Well thought out course, the only issues are the lack of respect shown by the members/visitors, the greens are like a bomb zone as people do not repair pitchmarks and the other is that they close fairways!!!! and you end up sharing fairways!!!!
Jake (Pre 2010)

A very good test of golf, do not be put off by just 10 holes. No flat fairways and no flat greens, beautiful countryside and very sociable members to make you enjoy your day.
Paul Dunnil (Pre 2010)

A very hard 10 hole course with many trees to catch out any shots that miss the fairways. The 10 holes played from different tees makes a very hard 18 holes, the extra hole (12th) teeing up behind the pond can make or break your round it is a short par 4 with the green slipping away into the woods any long second shots will be punished as it is impossible to play back from the woods. The whole course is a challenge and players must be attheir best to keep their handicap. A very good way to spend a day. Angus Fernie (Pre 2010)






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