The Golf Club nestles in the picturesque surroundings of Charnwood Forest in the heart of the North West Leicestershire countryside.
Members and visitors are treated to an excellent golf course which challenges golfers of all abilities with spectacular views, stunning scenery and wildlife and is described by many as the best golf course setting in the County. Peter Aliss described the course as a "hidden gem within the Midlands" and Tony Jacklin, winning Ryder Cup Captain during a visit in 1989 said it has 'probably the toughest opening three holes in the Midlands'.
The golf course is easily accessible from Loughborough or Leicester and is only 10 minutes from either junction 22 or 23 of the M1 motorway.
A message from the Club Captain