Delapre Golf Club
Eagle Drive, Nene Valley Way,
Northampton, Northamptonshire NN4 7DU
Tel : +44 (0)1604 764036 Fax : +44 (0)1604 706378

5 km from M1 Junction 15, on A508/A45

Further Information
Public course with pitch and putt. Driving range

Course Details

Course Name: Delapre Holes: 18 Yardage: 6293 SSS: 70

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Course Name: Course2 Holes: 9 Yardage: 2146 SSS: 32
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  • Delapre golf

    Jamie wrote on: Mar 11, 2011

    I live on the road opposite this golf course and spent my early golf days playing it. As a pay and play parkland course for high handicap players it is a good challenge. The greens are below average and all but two of them and pan flat. The course presents a better challenge from the White tees. the course is some years old and is built on old rolling farm land once run by the local abbey, and if u are interested in local history there is plenty around just off the course. There has been a lot of work to help with drainage problems in the winter and although much better it is still very wet through winter. The facilities are dated but very reasonable and the driving range and pro shop are very good. Overall the course gives good value for money but any mid low handicap players will frustrated with the greens. the 17th is a very good hole.


  • Great!!!

    Golfy McGolf wrote on: Jun 28, 2004

    This was great, fantastic condition and with an 18 hole, 9 hole and a pitch n putt course, theres enough on this complex to keep u busy all day with great golf on good conditioned courses!!!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Pete Browne, Hdcp 16, Local Golfer 02/00

    Pete Browne, Hdcp 16, Local Golfer wrote on: Jan 31, 2000

    During the winter season, this course holds a lot of water winter tees are of a poor standard, and greens are in play even when waterlogged. However in dry weather this course plays very well indeed, with tricky hazards, well positioned bunkers and fast greens.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Stephen Casner, Scottsdale Arizona 5/99

    Stephen Casner, Scottsdale Arizona wrote on: Apr 30, 1999

    A US mid handicapper looking for a day of golf to supplement business meetings in the midlands, we had a pleasant day of golf on a course that is laid out very well and not overcrowded and especially pleased by the value offered by this challenging public course. I found the playing conditions adequite, the course layout challenging and the time of play inspiring (3.5 hours walking w/ a 4 some).
    Rental clubs are poor, grass inconsistant and greens are lumpy and bumpy but bunkers are well maintained, site lines and surroundings pleasant and the green fees are a ridiculously low 8 pound 50. Some interesting holes and challenging longer par 4's. Unbelievably priced though, if your on a budget and touring the midlands, do not miss, this may be the best golfing value in the world!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mark Barron 11/98

    Mark Barron wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    Good Points
    1. 12 Months in good condition
    2. Always easy to access
    3. Fair club house
    Bad Points
    1. Poor design
    2. Nothing pretty to see.
    3. Not at all challenging.
    4. Green keepers rude loud and playing on course a lot.
    5. Expensive for it's type.
    6. Inaccurate distances.
    7. Staff not at all helpful.