Course Slope Rating

The Course Slope rating will come into effect from November 2020


From November, all our handicaps will be effected by the slope rating for the course you intend to play.

Please click on the links below for the official slope rating for the Lakes and Woodside courses.

Lakes Slope Rating

Woodside Slope Rating

Lakes Rating Certificate

Woodside Rating Certificate

Slope Rating Poster


Welcome to Belton Woods
Course Status;
Lakes Course:  Open
Woods Course: Open
Driving Range:  Open
Winter Rules in Operation 
Driving Range

Monday - Closed All Day

Tuesday - Open

Wednesday - Open

Thursday - Opens at 11am

Friday - Closes 2pm

Saturday - Opens at 8am

(Limited Access due to junior coaching)

Sunday - Open

Sorry for any inconvenience caused

With two challenging courses to play and fantastic facilities, you won't find anywhere else like it in Lincolnshire, or even the East Midlands. This is golf at it's 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 36 holes of golf over 2 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 suggests, plenty of water hazards, this is 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 wooded areas surrounding the resort and has a number of newly constructed pot bunkers to catch you out.

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A Team News

League fixtures have been Cancelled during 2020 

B team News 

League fixtures have been Cancelled during 2020 

Hard copies of the Safeguarding Policies can be found in the Golf Office. Please ask Golf Shop staff if this required.


Good tips to help keep the course in great shape!


Etiquette and Respect to other members, guests and staff.

Please help the Greenkeepers and each other by repairing pitch marks and divots.

Avoid slow play at all times. Be aware of what's going on all around you and keep up with play. 

Help yourselves and the committee by checking the notice board at least once a week to avoid any confusion.