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Golf Clubs in Oakham

Greetham Valley Golf Club
Wood Lane
Greetham

Oakham
Rutland

LE15 7NP | View map
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Set in 260 acres of picturesque Rutland countryside, Greetham Valley has been carefully developed from traditional undulating farmland to create three diverse and interesting courses, each with its own unique challenge for every level of player.
Lakes, ponds, a winding stream, mature woods and a naturally contoured landscape of scenic valleys and rolling hills make Greetham Valley a beautiful environment, home to an abundance of wildlife and the perfect setting for your sporting enjoyment.
The Lakes Course, at 6,736 yards, is the longer of the two 18-hole championship courses at Greetham Valley. The long wide fairways can favour the big hitter – but watch out for the water and bunkers. Stakes have also been removed from the maturing trees so beware of any really wild drives.
Shorter and sweet sums up the Valley Course. This picturesque 5,595-yard par 68 course has some spectacular holes across the valley, notably the 3rd, with its elevated tee, the 16th with a 3 tiered green and the final flourish on the 18th. Perhaps the prettiest hole - and the most testing is the 17th, a par 4 nestling on the floor of the valley, bordered on the left by a wooded hillside and on the right by the brook. But watch out for the lake next to the green.

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