Visitors' Tee Times

Book your round of golf at any of our Championship golf resorts today! Simply choose the resort you want to play at from the list below to book your tee time

Enquire about your Early Bird Golf Break today!

Belton Woods

With three challenging courses to play and fantastic facilities, you won't find anywhere else like it in Lincolnshire, or even in the East Midlands. This is golf at its best. 

Established in 1991, our golf courses at Belton Woods have matured and improved year on year, to produce some of the best courses in the Midlands. We have 45 holes of golf over 3 challenging and picturesque courses including the Championship Lakes course home of the oldest PGA tournament in the world - the Midlands PGA Championships.  With its long holes, thin fairways and, as the name suggest, plenty of water hazards, this is a challenging course for any golfer.

The picturesque Woodside course has gentle undulating fairways, which makes local knowledge the key to a low score. The course runs alongside many of the wooded areas surrounding the resort and has a number of newly constructed pot bunkers to catch you out. To book a tee time on The Woodside Course, CLICK HERE

Book A Tee Time At Belton Woods (Lakes)

Slaley Hall

Renowned at the 'Augusta Of The North'. The Hunting Course at Slaley Hall is a course that should be on every golfer's bucket list. With lush fairways shaped through Northumberland woodland, The Hunting Course demands long & straight tee shots, careful approach shot selection and a steady hand on the putting surface. It is not surprising that this course is a previous European Tour venue!

The Priestman stretches away from the resort itself, offering golfers panoramic views of the Northumberland countryside. With this course being much more exposed to the elements, different aspects of your golf game will come under scrutiny. To book a tee time on The Priestman, CLICK HERE

 

Book A Tee Time At Slaley Hall (Hunting)

Forest Pines

At Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort, the magnificent three loops of 9 holes wind through majestic pines, offering three fabulous golfing challenges. Selected by The R&A for host venue for the 2013 Boys Home Internationals, Forest Pines is a venue where looks can be deceiving, it's as challenging as it's beautiful. 

One of the country's premier golf venues, it offers over 10,000 yards of Championship golf. Whatever level you play at, our courses offer a great day of golf. The hole to test your mettle is the 7th water hole - we've fished 6000 balls out of the water in one year!

Book A Tee Time At Forest Pines

Oulton Hall

Play a round on this truly impressive 27 hole golf complex, designed by Dave Thomas. Oulton Hall boasts the North of England's leading Golf Performance Centre and is a must for golf aficionados.

Along with the state-of-the-art driving range facility, Oulton Hall offers a range of other off-course additions, including buggy hire for navigating across the beautiful course grounds, a practice green for perfecting your putting, a fantastic health club and spa, and the Claret Jug restaurant for re-energising after a long day.

 

Book A Tee Time At Oulton Hall

Mottram Hall

Mottram Hall's Championship golf course is set in 270 acres of Cheshire's finest parkland, located one mile from the picturesque village of Prestbury, and was the host venue for the 2013 European Senior's PGA Championship. With lush fairways meandering gently over the hall's grounds during the front 9 holes, the back 9 is one of the most testing in the QHotels group, with holes 13 and 17 sure to make unforgettable memories. 

Book A Tee Time At Mottram Hall

Dunston Hall

A 6275 yard, par-71 USGA rated course which beautifully contours around the estate. Magnificent parkland fairways dotted with trees and strategically placed bunkers are main features of the course at Dunston Hall. The front 9 rolls gently over the estate, while the back 9 demands accuracy from tee to green. The par-3 finish over a water hazard in front of the Elizabethan style mansion will is a challenging finish to a fantastic course.

Book A Tee Time At Dunston Hall

Aldwark Manor

Aldwark Manor Golf Course is a 6187 yard par-72 test of skill and accuracy. It's an easy walking parkland layout split by the meandering River Ure which is crossed by a footbridge. There are many interesting features including mature trees, water hazards and of course the River Ure which serve to provide some unique and challenging holes. The course is suitable for all abilities and it's essential you keep to the fairways to get around this tight course.

Book A Tee Time At Aldwark Manor

Hellidon Lakes

Nestling in the hotel's 220 acres of private grounds, Hellidon Lakes Golf & Spa Hotel's championship course offers challenges aplenty for beginners and scratch golfers alike. As you will expect from the resort's name, there are plenty of water hazards for you to avoid, as well as tightly protected greens and strategically placed bunkers

Book A Tee Time At Hellidon Lakes

Telford

Designed by John Harris and Brian Griffiths, both renowned architects and where, Woosnam won his first professional tournament, this 18 hole golf course is one of the most spectacular in Shropshire.

Whether a member of the club or visiting on a golfing break, the course will challenge even a scratch golfer. The course offers 6741 yards of magnificent golf, along tree-lined fairways, through open greens and over strategic water hazards. The signature 8th hole is a 382 yard par 4.  A good drive is needed to ensure the safety of the fairway avoiding the two bunkers.  You must then negotiate the water hazard in order to reach the safety of the green - simple!

 

Book A Tee Time At Telford

The Westerwood

This magnificent 18 hole course meanders through silver birches, firs and heather; but it's as challenging as it is beautiful. Designed by Seve Ballesteros and Dave Thomas, it's one of Scotland's best kept secretsThis magnificent 18 hole course meanders through silver birches, firs and heather; but it's as challenging as it is beautiful. The signature hole, devised by Seve, is the par 3 15th, known as the Waterfall hole. Hitting from above to a green surrounded by a 60ft rock face, it's not for the faint hearted and the undulating moorland greens also put you to the test over those nervy 4ft putts. 

 

Book A Tee Time At The Westerwood

Golf OffersView All