Founded in 1890, Belton Park Golf Club lies within the spacious parkland of the historic National Trust estate of Belton House.
Its 27 holes are arranged in three loops of 9, all starting from the clubhouse, which take in some of the finest views of the Lincolnshire countryside.
Rated in the Top 100 "Hidden Gems", Golf Monthly.
Belton Park Golf Course was recently included 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 Brownlow Course (holes 1 – 18) is a par 71 of 6490 yards, the Ancaster (1 – 9, 19 – 27) a par 70 of 6278 yards and the Belmont (10 – 27) a par 69 of 6028 yards. With irrigated fairways and fast true greens, the courses provide a good test of golf for players of all handicaps. And the attractive parkland landscape with its herd of fallow deer provides a marvellous backdrop which is a joy to play.
To use the Distance Ruler for checking how far you have driven on a hole just zoom in on the hole where you want to measure and then select the "Add Distance Indicator". A blue coloured indicator will appear which you can drag to where you want to measure from. A second indicator will appear which you should drag to where you want to measure to - the distance will appear in yards.