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Par: 71 Links Course
Society Green Fees
Weekday Rounds From £15
Weekend Rounds From £15
Situated in Rutland, the smallest county in the United Kingdom, is Rutland County Golf Club – where some serious fun is guaranteed on your next society day out.
Despite its relative youth – it was founded in 1992 – Rutland County has emerged into one of the finest in the area, and that includes neighbouring Leicestershire.
Its charm is obvious and one of the reasons why it has become so popular is its unique design.
Unlike the vast majority of courses nearby, Rutland County was designed in the form of an inland links and exhibits many of the typical characteristics of a normal links layout.
There’s a decent mix of holes throughout with the par-5 16th undoubtedly one of the best, with the possibility of finding the green in two. But, even if you do manage to pull it off on the 540-yard hole, two-putting on a green with subtle breaks is by no means a given.
The seventh is the toughest par-3, with bunkers situated all around the green, while it is followed up by the long par-4 eighth, where a par without visiting the sand is considered a good achievement.
Rutland County boasts excellent all-round facilities including a 20-bay floodlit driving range and nine-hole par-3 course.
It’s fantastic value-for-money, too, which is clearly why societies keep coming back to this impressive venue year after year.