A traditional and inland course with a mix of heathland and parkland, Northamptonshire now has has 21 holes. The original 18 holes were designed by Harry Colt and later James Braid altered the pattern and arrangement of many bunkers and the 18th green was relocated. A further three holes were opened in 2004 and now provide a nine hole loop conveniently returning to the clubhouse. The opening hole is one of its toughest at 454 yards but the 438 yard fifth which is played uphill and a fairway sloping right to left with a blind second shot is also memorable as is the short 15th with the river along the right.
Information on Northamptonshire County Golf Club , Golf Lane , Church Brampton , Northampton
Course Statistics: Par: 70, Yards: 6710, Holes: 18 + 3 (21) + 6 hole Par, 3 course (artificial greens & fees)
Green Fees: Summer (27 March to 30th October): 18 Holes: £70, Full Day: (27 or 36 Holes) £80 Winter (30th October to 27th March): 18 Holes £40, 27 or 36 Holes £40.00.
Visitors Info: It is important that anyone intending to visit the course checks with the office or the Pro Shop to see if the date is clear. Handicap certificates are required.
Societies Info: Even with all the demands on our course, Northamptonshire County Golf Club are still able to offer some dates for societies and corporate days. Although availability is strictly limited, as a guide on Wednesday a minimum of 24 are accepted and on Thursdays a maximum of 24 can play. Northamptonshire County Golf Club does not offer fixed price packages for Golf Days, Society Events or Visiting Groups as we believe that these should be tailored to suit individual needs. Please contact for further information.
Date Founded: 1909
Designed by: Harry Colt, Cameron Sinclair
Catering: Fully licenced Bar, offering a wide choice of cask and draught beers, wines, spirits and a bar snack menu to suit all appetites. The Mixed Lounge with the club trophy cabinets provides seating for 80 - 100 guests and provides a calming atmosphere in which to sit and review your days play. Our Head Chef is on hand to serve up a mouth watering selection of appetising dishes, offering a choice of both modern and traditional, hot and cold dishes of unwavering quality. Special menus for visiting parties and special occasions are available on request, including vegetarian options. The restaurant staff headed by chef David Sandford create a warm, friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy your meal.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
|Local Directions:||The club is 4 miles north-west of Northampton on the south side of the village of Church Brampton, between the A428 (to Rugby) and the A5199 (Welford Road to Leicester).|
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