There are two amazing on-site 18-hole parkland courses-the Signature Course and the Championship Course. Players will be challenged to confront abundant water hazards and carefully positioned trees on the two courses, all while enjoying the surrounding countryside and local wildlife.
The Signature Course at The Nottinghamshire It's a beautiful golf course that's been well constructed from starting to end. Likewise, the Signature captures numerous natural hazards from the Nottinghamshire landscape. The front nine blends vast greens and water hazards with hedgerows and undulating fairways. The mature trees and several water hazards lay the foundation for an outstanding golf round that needs a lot of thinking. The holes furthest out of the countryside are truly outstanding, so be sure to look out for any animals that may walk the fairways. The stunning lake is a habitat to both fish and birdlife, which also plays host to the 11th tee, which is in the centre of a lake on a peninsula.
In 1997, the Signature Course was expanded from a 9-hole course to an 18-hole course, with the additional nine designed by Peter Alliss.
Not too far from Nottingham, The Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club-The Championship Course provides spectacular views and demanding golf for golfers at every level of ability. Excellently-groomed fairways and greens maintain The Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club a tough but very enjoyable championship course
This parkland layout now lives up to the Signature course, offering a stern test for golfers of all skills while maintaining the same outstanding standard as the Signature. The course includes subtle borrowings and challenging oak trees that tend to board the plush fairways. There are also plenty of water hazards to keep you on your feet, while bunkers faced with grass will also present a challenge throughout.
Stay at the fabulous Residences Hotel just 10 minutes from the heart of Nottingham and play both these great Nottinghamshire Golf Courses