Welcome to Belton Park Golf Club (Est. 1890).
Belton Park Golf Club (founded in 1890) is one of the finest golf courses in the East Midlands with 27 challenging and attractive holes set in 240 acres of Parkland in the heart of Lincolnshire. Enjoy superb views of the local National Trust landscape and see an abundance of wildlife including fallow deer which roam the course.
Gents Captain's Welcome
As Belton Park Golf Club Gents Captain for 2018 I am pleased to welcome members, guests and visitors to Belton Park Golf Club.
We are all very proud of our club and its status as one of the premier parkland courses in the East Midlands. It is a course set over 27 holes, that remains in superb condition all year round and whilst demanding, is always fair and enjoyable.
We hold regular competitions for visitors with a series of Opens throughout the season and are proud to have been chosen as the venue for the 2018 English Women’s Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship.
There cannot be many courses where you can enjoy superb views and a magnificent Manor house, both set within a beautiful National Trust landscape and see an abundance of wildlife including fallow deer, which freely roam the course.
During your visit I am sure you will experience for yourself the quality of our course and clubhouse facilities and you can be assured of excellent golf, good food and service alongside a very warm welcome.
My chosen Charity for this year is the “Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance”. Entirely funded by donations, they provide through their helicopter a fast method of transport to hospital throughout the area. During the year there will be various events taking place providing lots of opportunities for people to support this very worthwhile cause. To start with, should you hit your golf ball into the right hand side bunker on the 18th , I would ask that after you finish playing, you may kindly make an appropriate donation in my charity bottle, located on the clubhouse bar.
Personally I am looking forward to a great season of golf and social activity and hope to meet and play with many of you over the year.
I hope and trust you will all have a great year’s golf too.
Gents Captain, Belton Park Golf Club
Lady Captain's Welcome
As Lady Captain of Belton Park Golf Club for 2018, I am very pleased and honoured to welcome members, guest and visitors to our club.
At Belton Park we enjoy 27 holes of golf set in beautiful park land. Each 9 hole course has it’s own merit and challenges. All three 9 holes finish back at the club house, providing members and guests with a choice of three 18 hole courses, the Brownlow (1-18), the Belmont ( 10-27) and the Ancaster (19-27 & 1-9).
As you play, not only can you enjoy the features of the course, especially the elevated tees providing panoramic views of the surrounding countryside but engage with the wildlife. The ladies tees are positioned well, often giving us a different view of the course.
The lakes and ponds are a haven for fish and wild fowl. Wood peckers can be heard in the trees. Buzzards and red kite soar over the tree tops. Squirrels are busy foraging for food. The deer roam freely providing a majestic display.
The club has excellent lady’s changing rooms providing visitors lockers and up to date shower facilities. There are practice areas for putting and chipping plus a newly developed driving range. The ladies play their competitions on a Tuesday throughout the year. New members are always welcomed and encouraged to join the Tuesday competitions. We have introduced an alternate day competition for ladies who are unable to play in Tuesday medals and stablefords.
The club house has a friendly, warm atmosphere to enjoy a drink or meal from the comprehensive menu before or after your round of golf.
May I take this opportunity to wish you all the very best for the coming golf season and welcoming you to Belton Park Golf Club.
Lady Captain 2018
Rated in the Golf Monthly Top 100 "Hidden Gems".
“A Hidden Gem… a golf course that embodies fun from start to finish; one where the scenery, the atmosphere and the feel-good factor count for more than the severity of the test.”