Challenging Course in an Historic Setting
Sutton Bridge Golf Club is a fine nine hole members’ club, established in 1914, and located in and around an abandoned late 19th century dock basin adjacent to the River Nene in South Lincolnshire.
The original concrete walls of the dock, some 15 feet high, form an integral part of the course, with poplars and willows providing definition to all nine holes. The greens are rated among the best in the county, and are good all the year round. The land is well-drained (part of the reason for the earlier engineering disasters) thus enabling the course to remain open when others are closed.
The club is keen to attract more visitors and members. We believe that a nine hole course is ideally suited to 'busy people' providing as it does the opportunity to 'play the game in half the time!'
There is no other golf course like Sutton Bridge anywhere in the country, and one which is a joy to play.