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Sports in Lincolnshire
Play and get active, or enjoy thrilling spectactor sports
Sports in Lincolnshire
Play and get active, or enjoy thrilling spectactor sports
Sports in Lincolnshire
Play and get active, or enjoy thrilling spectactor sports

A top horseracing track, one of the UK’s best motorsport circuits, and some of Britain’s best golf courses. Get sporty in Lincolnshire.

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The National Golf Centre features two courses  located on the outskirts of the leafy Edwardian town of Woodhall Spa, including one of the world’s finest heathland golf experiences and The National Golf Centre Academy offering expert tuition to improve your game.

The Hotchkin Course was named number four in Golf World’s Top 100 Golf Courses in England; its heathland turf makes for an unforgettable experience.

The contemporary Bracken golf course is known for its wild flowers and wildlife habitats, emphasising the importance of ecology and natural harmony in a golf course.

You can choose from a fantastic selection of golf breaks and golf packages to help you enjoy your visit to Lincolnshire.

Cadwell Park, fondly nicknamed the ‘mini-Nürburgring’, is a firm favourite amongst many motorsport fans who visit, whether as a spectator or participant.

The track’s twisty and undulating nature, winding through open park and woodland, has marked it out as one of the best circuits in the country.

The circuit is also one of the most popular destinations on the British Superbike calendar, with the infamous ‘Mountain’ section, which riders usually tackle airborne, providing a particular challenge.

Visit to watch an exhilarating race, or book in to take your car or bike on a track day to experience it for yourself.

Market Rasen Racecourse’s beautiful track, in a lovely rural setting where it has been since 1924, is best known as a premier summer jumping racecourse.

Top races include the Listed Summer Plate and Summer Hurdle, both run during the annual Ladies’ Day in mid-July. The family-friendly atmosphere, its stunning countryside views and exciting races make Market Rasen a great day out for everyone.

The racecourse attracts one of its largest attendances of the year at its traditional Boxing Day meeting, which is part and parcel of the Christmas festivities for thousands of resident and visitors in Lincolnshire.

Three challenging courses to play and fantastic golf facilities at a PGA Championship approved venue near Grantham.

The three loops of nine holes over a 10,000 yard Championship course in the north of Lincolnshire has been voted the best course in the East of England.

Two 18 hole golf courses, a 12 bay, floodlit driving range, practice green, chipping area and putting green, and expert tuition from the PING Academy.

Keep active and enjoy sporting activities when visiting historic Lincoln with cycle hire and beautiful routes, leisure centres and gyms, or a trip to Sincil Bank to see Lincoln City FC.

The spectacular Skegness Beach Race has grown into one of the largest off-road events in the UK since it’s inception in 2010, attracting more than 20,000 people over a single weekend.

A weekend of cycling events in and around Lincoln’s historic Cathedral Quarter, including: the gruelling Uphill Dash, Castle Criteriums, the amateur Sportive, and the men’s and women’s Lincoln Grand Prix elite races.

Enjoy some lane swimming at Jubilee Park’s Open air heated swimming pools, book in to play badminton or table tennis, or let of steam in the outdoor play area.

A lakeside paradise with water-skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, fishing, and aqua park, and a kids’ splash park on offer around beautiful waterscapes.

"Impossible is just an opinion"

Danny Cowley,
Lincoln City FC Manager

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