Nottingham Golf Club is situated in Bulwell Hall Park within the city of Nottingham, only 10 minutes from the M1, junction 26.
Opened in 1910, the course is par 69, with a length of 6,206 yards.
Nottingham City Golf Club
Set in 100 acres of parkland, the course is set with a fine variety of trees and shrubs.
Local professional Tom Williamson, the legendary, world-renowned golf course architect, lent his Midas touch to the course here at Nottingham City Golf Club, and all the classic characteristics and hallmarks of the hugely influential design work is evident. Each hole is unique and there are an abundance of cunningly placed hazards laid out to maximise the challenge you will face.
The location rivals other parkland courses for natural beauty and accessibility. Many mature trees enhance the park providing a colourful backdrop to the course providing a natural habitat for many species of birds including Green Woodpeckers and various birds of prey.
The club first opened for business in 1910. Considerable new landscaping began in 2012 and is due to finish August 2013
The Golf Club has a significant and friendly membership and welcomes all ages, genders and abilities.
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An Open Letter To All Members of Nottm City Golf Club
After all the years of uncertainty of when the tipping would commence, all the upheaval, disruption, weed infested mounds, temporary tees, a broken sprinkler system ...read on...
Posted on October 7, 2013
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Posted on January 19, 2013