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Greetham Valley Golf Club

A recently refurbished 35 bedroom contemporary hotel and 8 self-catering Lodges located in the heart of rolling Rutland countryside, Greetham Valley provides the perfect accommodation for golfing holidays, away breaks, couples retreats and more.
With two superb championship standard 18 hole golf courses, alongside a 9 hole par 3 Academy course, floodlit driving range and putting green, Greetham Valley is the perfect destination for golf in Rutland throughout the year. Greetham Valley's golf courses are set amidst 276 acres of rolling, picturesque Rutland countryside, each offering unique challenges for every level of player. 

Valley Course 

Shorter and sweet sums up The Valley course! The 5595 yards of this picturesque par 68 golf 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 across a lake 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. And watch out for that lake next to the green! Although the shorter of the two main courses, The Valley is still very challenging and all parts of your game must be up to scratch. It has the longest par 5 on the entire complex and with water, sand and glorious views over this beautiful part of Rutland, this course offers a truly great and enjoyable eighteen holes of golf. 

Lakes Course 

The Lakes course, par 72: the longest of Greetham Valley's two 18 hole championship golf courses at 6769 yards. The long wide fairways can favour the big hitter - but watch out for the water and bunkers. The four par 3s on The Lakes course are very challenging, with lovely but deceptively tricky water features on each one. The signature holes on The Lakes are the par 3 10th and the par 4 18th, both right in front of the clubhouse. The course loops back to the Clubhouse and Halfway House after the ninth hole, ideal for refreshments part-way through your round.