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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.

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 - Golf Monthly, 2011.

We look forward to your visit!


Host Club - English Senior Women's Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship 2018


24-Apr-18 09:40

Belton Park Golf Club team season opener v Blankney
The Belton Park Club team played its first match of the season at home against Blankney on 12th April. It was an unseasonably ly cold and damp evening but the course was in excellent condition given the huge amount of rainfall over the last few weeks.
The Belton team got off to a winning start courtesy of Captain Colin Mason and Vice captain Simon Denton against the club captain from Blankney, Robbie Selway and past captain Paul Coathup. Belton then proceeded to lose the next three matches before Paul Woods and Paul Screen reduced the gap. Martin Kelby and Dave Carter brought the tie level and wins from Bob Chapple with Pete Wallwork and the final pairing of Andy MacGowan and Pete Thacker sealed a 5 and 3 victory for Belton Park.
Full Results:
Colin Mason & Simon Denton Won against Robbie Selway & Paul Coathup
David Harris & Jim Fulton Lost against Terry Bentley & Neil Day
Ben Bayliss & Graham Watkin Lost against Gary Gillings & Dave Ramscar
Derek Bashford & Jim Wiggins Lost against Kev O’Rourke & Andy Craft
Paul Woods & Paul Screen Won against Bruce Saunderson & Bruce Hayes
Martin Kelby & Dave Carter Won against Paul Finlay & Kevan Vasey
Bob Chapple & Pete Wallwork Won against Sid Hicks & Dave Wilson
Andy MacGowan & Pete Thacker Won against Terry Sutton & Rick Streeter
FINAL SCORE: Belton Park 5 Blankney 3
After the match the teams enjoyed an excellent carvery meal. Captain Colin Mason welcomed Robbie Selway and the Blankney team to BPGC and went through a few of the highlights of the match. In reply Captain Robbie announced the match result and gave a glowing report on his experience at Belton Park ….”Great course, great food, great hospitality and a great club” is how Robbie summed it all up.

24-Apr-18 09:03

Belton Park Golf Clubs C teams new season began on April 19th as they hosted their first game against Rutland County on a warm sunny day. The course was in great shape after one of the harshest winters and Belton Park received many compliments from the Rutland team.
This match starts the season of 19 matches for Belton Park C team.
It was a pleasure to play from tee to green, so a big “thank you” to the green keepers - well done and keep it up.
This match was unusual as for Belton park as it had a new Captain, Ian Carroll,who has taken over from the previous Captain of 21 years. Rutland County also has a new Captain Keith Wright so new chapters on both sides began.
On this occasion Beltonpark came out on top with a 4.5 v 1.5 win and had no complaints as they achieved 3 wins and 3 halves.
Results were
Captain Ian Carroll and Neil Grey won 5 and 4 v Captain Keith Wright and Paul Milton
Andrew McGowen and Gary Clark won 3 and 2 v Ian Dobson and Reg Parker
John Cooke and David Capindale halved with Gerry McKintyre and David Rippin
Dave Nock and Roy Allen halved with Alan Shuttleworth and Eric Norton
Dave Wing and Ajay Panchal halved with Rod Gross and Stewart Hatch
Nigel Rodway and Andy Trotter won 5 and 4 v John Gift and Frank Thiboult
Beltonpark had 2 new players in the squad these being Mr Nigel Rodway and Mr Ajay Panchal and Ian thanked them for playing well and becoming Team players.
The Belton Park and Rutland teams both paid tribute to the fantastic meal provided after the match,
Although 2 pairs had won 5 and 4 Captain Ian nominated Nigel and Andy as the best pair on the night.
This year Belton Park C team have introduced a new best player trophy for the end of the season, which will be awarded to the individual at the end of year AM/AM on 28th October for who can claim the best finishes throughout the season which will bring out the players best games.


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