Discover one of the premier golf clubs in the county with challenging course and picturesque heathland featuring natural hazards such a the River Rase that run through the course. Visitors are very welcome and many return annually.
Premier golf club on picturesque heathland
Market Rasen golf club is one of the most premier and picturesque golf clubs in the county. Enjoy playing the challenging course and admiring the picturesque heathland. Look out for hidden surprises and natural hazards dotted around the course and practice and perfect your technique.
The club welcomes all abilities, its members and causal green fee payers. This is a popular club with 550 current playing members and annually returning societies, a testament to its quality.
Visit the Pro Shop for all your golf equipments needs. Whether your are a beginner or an established golfer the Pro Shop has all the best equipment and the friendly, expert staff are there to help.
Olympic Sized Boules Court
Enjoy a game of boules on the olympic sized court for free. Access the handbook if you need guidance on how to play and a set of boules can be provided for free of charge with just a small refundable deposit.
entry & prices
Free Entry to Annual Pass Holders
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