The Course

Hole by Hole

A mix of heathland and parkland provides a challenging par 69 golf course which is both a tough test of one’s game and an enjoyable challenge for all abilities. The course is built on sandy subsoil and drains extremely well such that it is very rarely closed due to wet weather with trolleys and buggies allowed all year. We are confident visiting golfers will enjoy playing our course and will look forward to returning.

A well struck tee shot to carry the first bunker on the right will set up a good par opportunity.
Club selection critical from the tee. A 200 yard tee shot will use the contours of the fairway, aim inside the marker post.
A shot to the corner of this slight dog leg right will leave you 150 yards to a tucked away green.
A great test of a par 3 with the green sloping back to front and dotted bunkers so definitely play short of the flag here.
Stroke index 1 requires a great drive. A bottle neck landing area for the big hitters. Played to a well guarded raised green. Bogey here is a good score!
A high and well struck shot is required to stop the ball on a relatively small green.
Well placed bunkers from the tee shot however big hitters should be able to carry. A beautiful well thought hole with par been a good score.
A fairway bunker on line here for most to avoid and a tricky area to the right side of the fairway. Big hitters can be more direct to set up an easy approach for birdie. Par is a good score.
Lay up short here of the cross bunker to leave less than 150 yards to the green.
A well struck tee shot will leave a mid to short iron to the green that is well guarded with trouble. A bunker short left and grass bunker to the right leaves a slightly narrow entry to the green that slopes from front to back.
A signature hole here at Doncaster Golf Club boasts a long par 3 surrounded at the front with numerous bunkers so requires a tee shot to carry approximately 170 yards to be sure to hit the green.
The only par 5 on the course requires 2 well struck shots to give you the best chance of being in position to have the best line for your approach shot. The green features a lake to the right of the green.
Second hardest hole on the course requires a well struck tee shot which will still leave a long second shot to a relatively flat green.
A well placed tee shot to the left of or short of the fairway bunker will leave a second shot of around 150 yards to a narrow yet long green.
A strong drive between two oaks still leaves around 150 yards into a green which features a bunker short right and large run off area to left which means an accurate second shot is required.
A drivable par 4 requires a high and long tee shot to carry the trees situated short right of the green. The green slopes from front to back so wherever the pin is make sure to be below the hole to give you the best birdie putt.
A shortish par 3 that requires a shot to the middle/right side of the green leaving an easier putt for birdie. Do not miss left.
The 18th back to the clubhouse requires a tee shot up the left half of the fairway as it slopes to the right. The green is relatively flat but want to avoid either greenside bunkers.

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