Beedles Lake Golf Club
170 Broomie Lane,,
East Goscote, Leicestershire LE7 3WQ
Tel : (+44( 0) 116 260 6759

6 km north of Feicester on B5328, off A46

Further Information
Pay and play course with a driving range

Course Details

Course Name: Beedles Lake Holes: 18 Yardage: 6573 SSS: 71

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  • Beedles

    Geoff COLMER wrote on: Jan 25, 2005

    Friendly, cheap, and accessible.
    Got a good carp lake too.
    Had a hole-in-one on the 3rd so always have a soft-spot for this track. Greens better than fairways.


  • Beedles Lake review

    Alex Boyce wrote on: Apr 16, 2004

    An interesting course with forgiving wide fairways and only thin rough; ideal for players of all standards. Interesting water features running throughout make for both picturesque (12th) and challenging (9th, 15th, 17th) holes as you are tempted with a long iron over the streams or to wimp out and lay up! Well kept greens and very reasonable prices for all.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Richard Hayes 7/02

    Richard Hayes wrote on: Jun 30, 2002

    Great Course for the begginer. Found the back nine easier than the front nine, and really enjoyed the ninth and tenth where one really needs faith in order to drive a dogleg over the local brook and oaks that are sprinkled around the course.
    Aethestically, the first 4 holes leave a lot to be desired but following the 3rd par three you begin to play back into the extablished areas.
    A good round, and made it round in handicap - good for a beginner.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Colin Foster Hcp 14

    Colin Foster Hcp 14 wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    Beedles Lake Golf Course is an excellent course for the beginning golfer - although the very new player may find some of the holes a little long. A somewhat uninspiring start becomes more interesting with a difficult par 5, a drive over a brook and second over a ditch (SI 1) and then a longish par 3 that looks far easier than it plays. The best holes aesthetically are 10, 11, and 12 following which there is a fairly long slong in where difficulty is provided by the brook running infront of the long par 4 15th and par 5 17th.
    Sometimes the lands original reclamation status is obvious with some pretty dodgy lies in the rough, but overall this is good value golf, with good greens, playing well all year round.
    Excellent beer and food in the clubhouse rounds off a good day which would repay a visit.