Established in 1993, Southwell Golf Club has matured into a course which presents a stiff challenge to golfers of all abilities. The course has two contrasting nine holes. The Front 9 sits within Southwell Racecourse and is characterised by a large number of water hazards. The 7th hole, a 138 yards par 3 with an island green is Southwell’s signature hole and is our own equivalent of Sawgrass.
The Back 9 offers a completely different challenge and the tree-lined fairways place an emphasis on accuracy from the tee. Whilst the holes are not overly long and can offer some birdie opportunities, the narrow fairways and small greens can easily result in dropped shots so finding the fairways is essential.
Southwell Golf Club has an excellent reputation for its friendly atmosphere and offers a warm welcome to visiting golfers. Our long-serving Steward, Bernie Forbes, has an excellent reputation for the quality and excellent value of the food offering served in the modern and atmospheric clubhouse.
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The course measures 5,773, par 70 for men and 5,232, par 72 for ladies and is a fair and enjoyable test for all levels of golfer.
It has two contrasting nines – the front nine is set in the middle of the racecourse and is a true test for the best of golfers with plenty of water which highlights our signature 7th green. The back nine hole boasts plenty of trees, so you need to make sure you hit the ball straight!
To provide you with an overview of the course, please have a look at our hole-by-hole Course Guide by clicking the button below.
Also, you can download a scorecard here.
Southwell Golf Club is located some 2 miles from Southwell and 5 miles from the market town of Newark. The Golf Course is located at:
Nottinghamshire NG25 0TS
Access is via Occupation Lane from Fiskerton Train Station. Please do not follow the Racecourse “brown signed” route as the Racecourse Road is closed on non-race days.