Steeped in history and tradition, Beeston Fields Golf Club lies four miles west of Nottingham, yet only 8 minutes from junction 25 of the M1. It is a well laid out parkland golf course, with many fine features. Its trees and natural contours add to both the beauty and difficulty of the golf course.
The golf course lies on an estate bought in 1923 by Fredrick Mitchell, who appointed Tom Williamson to design a golf course. The golf course was officially opened in 1923 with an exhibition match involving Arthur Havers and Ted Ray. In the ensuing years other famous names to play the golf course include Henry Cotton, Robert Di Vicenzo, Fred Daley, Charlie Ward, Lee Westwood and Greg Owen.