Sherwood Forest Golf Club
Sherwood Forest Golf Club overview
Ranked 93rd in the British isles, and 43rd in England, the quality of this course speaks for itself. Playing deep into the country, alongside pines, silver birch and oak trees, these symbolise the true beauty of where the course is situated. The cunning, creative Championship course has hosted a range of national events, including the ‘British and England Seniors’, and the regional qualifying for the ‘Open Championship’.
Golf Course at Sherwood Forest Golf Club
A true challenge waits as you step onto the 1st Tee at Sherwood Golf Club. Ahead of you await 18 holes of modern water hazards, alongside 98 deep bunkers of local, thick sand. The course’s main features are long carries over lethal swathes of heather. This Harry Colt designed course runs carefully through the Nottinghamshire Forest, winding and bending through beautiful British nature.
This demanding course requires thoughtful play, and accurate shooting. Confidence is key to beat the course. The club prides itself for having exceptional greens, reinforcing the true quality and care that goes into the course. The back 9 toward the club house is long and extremely demanding…limited room for error. The 14th is where scores are lost or made. With 6 bunkers placed amongst the front of the green, and alongside the fairway, accuracy is key. Miss the fairway and you’ll find yourself chipping out amongst hundreds of glooming oak trees.