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.
Temporary suspension of joining fee
Belton Park announces the temporary suspension of joining fee.
Belton Park Elsham Foursomes Champions
The 50th playing of the Elsham foursomes saw Belton Park win for the very first time. Congratulations to Gents captain Rob Bartlett, non playing captain Nigel Harris and most importantly the team of Chris Haynes and Chris Burns, Matt Haynes and Will Walker, and Leon Bell and Steve Mitchell.
Belton Juniors - Lincolnshire League Champions
Congratulations to the Belton junior section on becoming the 2014 Lincolnshire League Champions.
On Sunday 28th September the team of Will Walker, Captain Harry Glenn, Tom Cooper, Ollie Mitchell, Sam Sutton and Alex Wright travelled to Boston Golf Club to play their northern rivals from Forest Pines. In a closely fought final played in very good spirits the Belton team battled through to a 2-1 victory.
Congratulations to all the players, both in the final and those that have represented the club in the previous rounds.
Womens County Finals hailed a great sucess.
In September Belton Park were the first course from Lincolnshire to play host to England Golf’s Womens County Finals. The event saw some of England’s best lady golfers represent their county over 5 days of top quality golf.
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.”
The Course is OPEN
Seniors 'FUN GOLF' - Bamford Multiplier Nov 24th 2015
Seniors ‘FUN GOLF 2’ – Jack Whiteley Trophy
Seniors 'FUN GOLF' - Stableford 1 2 3 Nov 17th 2015
Seniors ‘FUN GOLF 1’ – Jack Whiteley Trophy