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Hickleton Golf Club

Address Hickleton Golf Club, Lidgett Lane, Hickleton, Doncaster, DN5 7BE
Telephone 01709 896081
Website www.hickletongolfclub.co.uk
Email info@hickletongolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 18 hole undulating parkland course - a fair and enjoyable test of golf for both the competitive and social golfers alike.
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Yardage 6446 yards off the back tees
SSS 72
Visitors Visitors are welcome on the course from 9.30am on weekdays (after 12pm on Wednesdays) and from 2.30pm at weekends, subject to the professional's discretion. Packages are available to suit all needs.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Play Mon to Fri after 9:30am daily. Please telephone in advance to make a booking. Tee times are subject to availability.
Societies Must contact in advance. Welcome weekdays. Packages are available to suit all needs.
Green Fees
E per round ( E weekends and bank holidays)
Course Designer The original 9-hole course was founded in 1909.
The current 18-hole layout which opened in 1976 was designed by the Ryder Cup players Neil Coles, Brian Huggett and Mr. Dyer.
Location On A635 3m from A1(M) J37
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Facilities

• Catering ( by arrangement) except Monday
• Tailor-made Corporate Days
• Halfway house
• Golf lessons / Full custom fitting service & quality repairs
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More About the Course "The course is an undulating parkland course with tree-lined fairways and fantastic panoramic views over South Yorkshire and the eastern Pennines."
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Reviews

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We usually play courses which are available via tee off times,but this club is not represented on that site.Simply rang the pro shop and we were on at £15 PP.
the course and greens were in fantastic condition,and with a little more knowledge we could have scored better.
Beautiful countryside and views.
We did not find the course unduly hilly,although we are used to playing our golf in Derbyshire!!
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
ROB COPELAND July 14, 2016

Hickleton is regarded as one of the better tracks around south yorkshire and on my most recent visit it was easy to see why. I played here in late April and despite it being early on in the spring/summer golfing season the condition of the course was fantastic. The tee boxes were immaculate.
There is a good selection of holes here and the routing makes excellent use of the gently undulating terrain with a variety of doglegs, uphill and downhill holes. The par 4 4th and par 4 5th are both doglegs, but the greensites are very different from each other. The 5th has a very tricky green and being below the hole is important. The par 3 6th is the pick of the short holes, a mid iron that needs to carry the full 160-170 yards to the green as anything short will kick right and down a very steep slope.
There is a small bail out area on the left where you can get a kick onto the green and because of this its a very fair hole. A well struck shot will be rewarded, a poor one will not.
There are a number of strong holes and the run from the 13th to 15th are excellent. The 13th, know locally as Heart attack hill is a long par 5 playing uphill and every yard of its 520+. The 14th is played from a high tee down to a flat fairway before rising steeply uphill for the short iron approach. The green here is the hardest on the course to hit, even with a wedge. Its perhaps only 12 yards from front to back, out of bounds a few yards over the green and anything short will bounce several yards down the hill. The 15th plays from a small tee back down the hill with trees to the right. Fromsuch a high tee you can gain a few yards and leaves only a short approach shot.
The 18th is a long par 5 played over the crest of a hill with the fairway swinging to the left. A brave line or a nice draw off the tee is needed to keep your ball in the fairway. The huge tree in the middle of the fairway will not bother longer hitters. The green is heavily bunkered but there is room around it so going for the green is worth the risk.
This is an excellent course and there are numerous offers to enjoy at a reduced rate. The facilities are of a high standard and the clubhouse is spacious with an excellent balcony overlooking the putting green and first fairway.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 9
Andrew Oliver August 8, 2011

Fantastic course, with great views, but for those of you who may be a little out of shape I would suggest prebooking a buggy as very up and down and the 13th known as Heartattack Hill certainly takes its toll. I played this on Friday it was very windy and with the up and down nature of the course it made club selection difficult. Greens and Fairways were in brilliant condition and the Clubhouse food was excellent - beef and Yorkshire Puddings. If you're thinking of a society day you won't go far wrong here. I certainly will be returning shortly might do better second time round!
Phil Ventress


Very good course, quite undulating, especially the par 5 13th but some great views across South Yorks towards Derbyshire, and West Yorks, quiet when we went, well worth the green fee and even better when using vouchers. Will go again.
Peter Ladd






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