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Address: The Old Mill, Wood Lane, Greetham, OAKHAM, LE15 7SN

Tel: 01780 460666

Website: www.greethamvalley.co.uk

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Greetham Valley Golf Club (Lakes Course) has improved beyond all recognition over the past few years and now offers two fine 18-hole golf courses (Lakes and Valley golf courses) plus an on-site hotel. The Lakes golf course is the no.1 layout and is usually where the majority of competitions are played. It should be treated with the utmost respect too because there's plenty of trouble out there: it can bite.

As you would expect considering its name, you have to deal with plenty of water with the back nine starting and finishing with holes protected by the wet stuff. The 10th is an uphill par 3 over a pond while the second shot to the par 4 18th is equally fraught with danger in front of the green.

Course Information

Course: 72 par

Course Style: Parkland

Green Fees: Mon-Fri: £26.50 (round), £53 (day). Sat-Sun: £32.50 (round)

Course Length: 6,332 yards (5,789 metres)

Holes: 18

Difficulty: -

Course Membership: Proprietary

Course Features

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Buggy Hire
  • Trolley Hire
  • Driving Range
  • Dress Code
  • Practice Green
  • Club Hire
  • Pro Shop
  • Handicap

Course Description

The Greetham Valley Golf Club  (Valley Course) initially opened in 1992 and became a 36 hole venue seven years later, with the introduction of the lakes course.

Set in 260 acres of picturesque Rutland countryside, Greetham Valley is a rapidly maturing golfing venue: it  has been carefully developed from traditional undulating farmland to create three diverse and interesting golf courses, each with their own unique challenges for every level of golfer. 

Lakes, ponds, a winding stream, mature woods and a naturally contoured landscape of scenic valleys and rolling hills make Greetham Valley a beautiful environment and home to an abundance of wildlife.

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3.5 out of 5

Better than Most for the price

By topov

I have been a member at Brampton Heath for 1yr and have played at other courses over the years. Played here as friend had been here on a society day and recommeded it. since then have played there a few times, summer, winter and have not been dissapointed.  

2.5 out of 5

Straight and wide.

By dmartin

Having not played the course before I thought it prudent to buy the course guide, which turned out to be a little out of date in places and vague in others. Small tree on the left it said. Twenty small trees on the left, have a guess at which one. From tee to green the course was in good condition. But it was just so dull. Sraight, wide fairway followed by straight wide fairway. Could be why I... read more

3.5 out of 5

So good I had my wedding reception there!

By Anonymous

A tough test of golf for golfers of any handicap. The valley course is the shorter; more quirky of the two courses and the lakes is a more traditional test of golf. The final few holes on both courses are the stars of the round, especially the 17th on the valley course which winds down the valley itself. The facilities are excellent, the food is superb and the staff are very friendly and... read more

3.5 out of 5

Average really

By Anonymous

The facilities far outweigh the course. The hotel is good, the clubhouse is good and the driving range is ace. The course is okay... simple as that!

3.5 out of 5

LONG DRIVE

By Anonymous

Took my society to play the lakes course. A challanging course with not too many lakes though. The staff were all very helpfull and couldn't do enough for us. The day was a real success and I would recomend it anyone.

4 out of 5

Longer, but not as steep

By Anonymous

A more traditional layout than the valley course, but just as interesting. Well worth the day out.

Greetham Valley Golf Club - Lakes Course Today's Golfer 2006-12-22T19:06:00.0000000 Greetham Valley Golf Club (Lakes Course) has improved beyond all recognition over the past few years and now offers two fine 18-hole golf courses (Lakes and Valley golf courses) plus an on-site hotel. The Lakes golf course is the no.1 layout and is usually where the majority of competitions are played. It should be treated with the utmost respect too because there's plenty of trouble out there: it can bite. As you would expect considering its name, you have to deal with plenty of water with the back nine starting and finishing with holes protected by the wet stuff. The 10th is an uphill par 3 over a pond while the second shot to the par 4 18th is equally fraught with danger in front of the green. Greetham Valley Golf Club (Lakes Course) has improved beyond all recognition over the past few years and now offers two fine 18-hole golf courses (Lakes and Valley golf courses) plus an on-site hotel. The Lakes golf course is the no.1 layout and is usually where the majority of competitions are played. It should be treated with the utmost respect too because there's plenty of trouble out there: it can bite. As you would expect considering its name, you have to deal with plenty of water with the back nine starting and finishing with holes protected by the wet stuff. The 10th is an uphill par 3 over a pond while the second shot to the par 4 18th is equally fraught with danger in front of the green. 3.456
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