Full Day of Golf For Two (£19) or Four (£35) Plus Bacon Sandwich Each at Horncastle Golf Club (Up to 71% Off)
- Challenging and varied par 70, 5577 yard course
- Spacious club house
- Ample free parking
- Horncastle location
- 36 holes of golf for two or four
- Bacon sandwich and tea or coffee for each player
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. 48 hour advanced booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Smart casual dress code applies. Excludes equipment. Original values based on most similar existing package. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 17 April 2012 at 3.23pm.
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Hugged by acres of lush Lincolnshire countryside, Horncastle Golf Club conjures up golfing magic for players of all abilities on a par 70 course. Alongside the testing course the venue also boasts a well-stocked club house serving a wide range of food and drink.
Stepping out onto the 5577 yard course, golfers can pit their wits against 18 hole based conundrums as they work their way around the tree-lined fairways. Any holes that come out on top the first time can then be challenged again as players make their way around the course for a second round. The action will be fuelled by a bacon sandwich and a tea or coffee.
Choose from the following options:
• £35 for 36 holes of golf for four plus a bacon sandwich each (Up to 71% off)
Horncastle Golf Club has received a number of positive reviews from impressed visitors. Although some golfers would have liked the hazards to be more varied, reviewers praise the challenging nature of the course.
I was very impressed with the course, It wasn't the longest but certainly tested me over the eighteen holes. The course is in great condition, and the nature on the course is outstnding [sic]. I played in the afternoon and i would describe it as millionaires golf, as i was pretty much the only one out. [sic]
– Jon Scott, Golf Today, Sep 2011
A challenging course; with water in play on a high number of holes. it seems like most of the early greens are guarded by water so running it up to the green is not an option; a challenge to anyones short game. I have yet to get the wedge out for the sand; as there isn't any! … [sic]
– Mark Backhurst, UK Golf Guide, Sep 2009