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Louth Golf Club

18 Hole Golf Course

Louth Golf Club was the excellent idea of Ted Drakes, Tony Sharpley, Dick Chatterton and Fred Davy.

The House with its 42 acres which was the family home of the Allison family for many years had been purchased by Thomas Falkner Allison in 1869 and the Misses Allison lived there until their deaths when it was sold by auction to the four club directors in 1964.

The House retained its character despite extensive alterations and extensions to it.

When the Club opened on the 5th June 1965 it was clear that more land was needed and a further 34 acres was purchased to enable the course to be extended from 9 holes to 18 holes. Further land was purchased over years to make the course challenging and a jewel in the crown amongst golfing enthusiasts. It became at that time one of the largest courses in the County.

Situated less than a mile from the A16 bypass in the heart of rural Lincolnshire, the club offers 18 holes of golf set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Well groomed fairways weave through gently rolling hills, defined by woodland, and with temporary greens non-existent, this is a course for all seasons. 

The course measures 6,444 yards, par 72 off the white tees, and 5,673 yards, par 73 for the ladies, providing a fair test for golfers of all levels. Experienced staff and excellent catering will ensure your day is always one to remember.