STOKE ROCHFORD GOLF CLUB - South Lincolnshire's Hidden Gem
If you are planning a short break away, combined with a round or two of golf, then Lincolnshire ticks all the right boxes. Situated less than 2 hours drive from the centre of London (1 hour by train) why not look at Stoke Rochford, located six miles south of Grantham, directly off the northbound carriageway of the A1 Great North Road, home of Stoke Rochford Golf Club, and the elegant Stoke Rochford Hall
Laid out in 1924 by Stafford Vere Hotchkin (of Woodhall Spa fame) within the grounds of Stoke Rochford Estate, Stoke Rochford Golf Club is acknowledged as one of the most attractive and interesting golf courses in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands. Tucked away behind mature trees and an estate wall, the course boasts an array of interesting contours, together with four river holes over the Cringle Brook. With its fast rolling fairways and contoured greens, the course offers a challenge to golfers of all abilities.
The high esteem in which the Club is held is further highlighted by the fact that Stoke Rochford regularly hosts national and county fixtures, as well as welcoming societies and individuals seeking tee reservations.
The course is set in mature parkland, amongst a fine array of mature trees. The terrain is undulating, with great drainage which makes the course playable all through the year, and its fairways are more akin to links-type golf, with fast rolling surfaces in summer, and good tight lies in winter. It is unusual for temporary greens to be in play du…