About the club
Situated in the delightful Lincolnshire countryside, within easy reach of the A1 and other major trunk roads, Sleaford Golf Club is a challenging course and outstanding venue for Society events for golfers of all standards and ages.
Sleaford Golf Club's original course was designed by then Hollinwell professional, Tom Williamson and built, in 1905, on sandy links-like terrain near to the village of South Rauceby and Sleaford town. Tom's focus on the parameters of the course's natural surroundings involved very little change to the the existing landscape and as a result, the environmental setting enhances the golf experience. During the early years, the course hosted matches involving the great triumvirate of James Braid, Harry Vardon and John Henry Taylor, between them winners of the Open Championship on no fewer than 16 occasions. If you play Sleaford, you really do tread where the greats have trodden!
Members and visitors enjoy the highest standards of catering and, whatever the occasion, on or off the course, Sleaford Golf Club will surpass your expectations.
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