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Belton Woods

Belton Woods

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Lakes

6,831 Yards Par 72

Woodside

6,623 Yards Par 73

Red Arrows Academy

Par 3

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Belton, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2LN

0871 222 4691

beltonwoodsgolf@QHotels.co.uk
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Belton Woods

Established in 1991, the golf courses at Belton Woods have matured and improved year on year, to produce some of the best courses in the Midlands. With 45 holes on offer, spread over 3 challenging and picturesque courses; including the Championship Lakes course home of the oldest PGA tournament in the world – the Midlands PGA Championships.  With its long holes, thin fairways and, as the name suggest, plenty of water hazards, this is a challenging course for any golfer. The picturesque Woodside course has gentle undulating fairways, which makes local knowledge the key to a low score. The course runs alongside many of the wooded areas surrounding the resort and has a number of newly constructed pot bunkers to catch you out. Lastly, The Red Arrows Academy Course a Par-3 course where club selection is really important, as the holes offer different challenges. This is a great 9-hole par three course with a range of holes from 92 to 186 yards. Being part of the QHotels group, there is also fantastic accommodation, the rooms are made for relaxing, with everything you need for the perfect stay. Try a Classic Room, with its golf course view, or a luxurious suite with en-suite marble bathroom, either way you are in for treat, plus a great night sleep. 

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