Sherwood Forest Golf Club

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You will find the club in the East Midlands to the east of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, U.K. Sherwood Forest Golf Club is a long established heathland course alongside the pines, silver birch and oak trees of Clipstone Woods within the legendary Sherwood Forest.

The club is very proud of their reputation as one of the oldest and finest heathland golf courses in Great Britain and are currently rated 84th best in the British Isles and 47th in England. The course was intially designed by Harry Colt and subsequently enhanced by James Braid.

The English Golf Union, when staging the 2006 England Boy’s Amateur Stroke Play Championships, described Sherwood Forest Golf Club as being 'in a league of its own'. As a premier course the club has hosted many national competitions over the years, including the 'British and English Seniors' and regional qualifying for the 'Open Championship'.

A full eighteen hole true Championship Course of 6,806 yards (par 70 S.S.S. 74) awaits you with none of the modern water hazards but ninety eight bunkers of local sand and long carries over punishing swathes of heather.

As a general rule we are renowned for our 'most excellent' greens and a long, demanding turn for home. Very rarely will your ‘second half’ score better the first.