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Hope Golf Club

9 Hole Par68 Parkland Course,

Hope Golf Club could lay claim to being home to the most bizarre location for a golf course in England. 

The parkland course, which was founded in 1930, is situated within the grounds of the Lafarge Cement Works, a cement factory business that employs 1,500 people and has capacity to produce more than six million tonnes of cement a year.

The ten-hole golf course has been laid out on old worked out clay pits which have, obviously, been completely restored. The course is fairly challenging and has a number of interesting holes which will provide an enjoyable test of golf for players of all abilities, especially beginners and children. Visitors are welcome, there is an honesty box in the starters hut.

Challenging 9 hole course in the heart of the Hope Valley. Societies welcome,offering meals and bar facilities