Heacham Manor Golf Course is open for visitors with advance tee times. A challenging course with some of the best greens in the area the Golf Course is designed in a links style and challenges all level of golfers. The Natural features of the Heacham and Ringstead Rivers run through the course and the design maximises these to the full potential, the rivers being an integral part of 6 holes. As well as the rivers the course contains 4 lakes, the largest of which provides the setting for the ‘signature hole’ par 3 7th. This hole demands a well struck shot to carry the lake to a guarded green. Heacham Manor hotel is the first golf hotel in the West of Norfolk and the Championship length 18 hole golf course has been designed to incorporate the natural features of the area of important landscape it lies within. With two rivers and 4 lakes to negotiate the course varies between links and parkland styles and affords views of the Wash. The Natural features of the Heacham and Ringstead Rivers run through the course and the design maximises these to the full potential, the rivers being an integral part of the 3rd, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th holes. As well as the rivers the 4 lakes are great features with the 7th hole demanding a long carry of 180 yards off the whites straight to the green with water all the way. Our West Norfolk Tour includes two nights accommodation, dinner bed and breakfast at Heacham Manor Hotel, with a round of golf at Heacham Manor, the traditional Links course of Hunstanton and the Tree lined Kings Lynn. From just £116 Per person per night. Membership to Heacham Manor golf club is also available at just £610 from the 1st May to 30th April and includes unlimited golf within course conditions and availability, access to the online tee booking system and eligibility to enter all club competitions and events. At present there is no joining fee.
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Information on Heacham Manor Golf Course , Heacham Manor Hotel , Hunstanton Road , Heacham, King's Lynn
Course Statistics: 18-hole, Par 72 Course Standard Scratch 72 White Tees: 6622 Yards Yellow Tees: 6089 Yards Red Tees: 5599 Yards Par 73.
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Green Fees: 1st April 2012 to 31st October 2012 Midweek: 18 holes £22.50, Members/Hotel Guest £16.50. Weekend: 18 holes £27.50, Member/Hotel Guest £22.50. Junior 18 holes anytime £15. Day Rate (Midweek only): £35 unlimited golf for one day County Card (Midweek only must be booked in advance): 1/2 Day rate £17.50.
Visitors Info: Visitors are welcome at any time but advance booking of a tee time is required, a handicap certificate may need to be produced.
Societies Info: Societies are also welcome, for detailed prices please call and ask to speak to the golf manager. Group bookings including catering also available upon request.
Date Founded: May 2009
Designed by: Paul Searle
Catering: The Mulberry Restaurant, Hunstanton area’s finest If you love food and drink as much as we do, you’ll be pleased to discover there’s no better place to tantalise your taste buds than Heacham Manor’s Mulberry Restaurant – one of the finest restaurants in Hunstanton.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
Accommodation: Number of Rooms: 33 Room Prices from: £85
|Local Directions:||Take the A149 from King’s Lynn by-pass and Heacham Manor is just 20 minutes away. When you reach the traffic lights at Heacham continue straight ahead on the A149 and, immediately before the approach of the hill to Hunstanton, take the left hand turning, signposted Heacham. Continue down the road and you will find Heacham Manor on your right hand side.|
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