Golf Federation Members
After being played on for over 90 years, the Thonock Park course was revamped in 1985 by former Ryder Cup player, Brian Waites. At 6223 yards (par70), it is not the longest of courses but, with its tree-lined fairways, true greens and stunning views of the Lincolnshire countryside, it offers a great day’s golf for members and visitors alike.
Aptly names after Karsten Solheim, the founder of PING, the Karsten Lakes course was opened in 1997, after being superbly crafted by legendary English golfer Neil Coles. At 6900 yards (par 72) from the back tees, it offers a very different challenge to the Thonock Park course, with strategically placed bunkers and prominent lakes and water features on many holes providing a great test for all abilities.
Belt Road, Thonock, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 1PZ
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