Forest Pines Golf Complex
Briggate Lodge Inn, Ermine St, Broughton,
Brigg, Lincolnshire
Tel : +44 (0)1652 650770 Fax : +44 (0)1652 650495

Golf Director: David Edwards Tel : +44 (0)1652 650756

The luxurious Briggate Lodge Country hotel with its fine accommodation, exquisite restaurants and lively bars within the grounds of Forest Pines offer an unrivalled venue for that well earned break.

Briggate Lodge Inn has 86 luxury en-suite rooms with en-suite facilities. Famed for its French style culinary delights, the Beech Tree restaurant offers discerning diners a wide selection of exquisite French and English dishes.

The Forest Pines Golf Complex has 27 holes of golf plus an all weather driving range.

Set in the heart of rural Lincolnshire close to the Humber Bridge and the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.

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Course Details

Course Name: Forest Pines Holes: 18 Yardage: 7000 SSS:
Championship length golf course designed by former PGA Cup Team Member, John Morgan.

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Course Name: Beeches Holes: 9 Yardage: 3100 SSS:
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  • forest pines

    Simon Jones wrote on: Mar 4, 2005

    wanted 40 quid to play on a friday and didnt even return my letter, and the e mail on their web site is broken. Still im sure its a very nice course, i wont be troubling it of course


  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Waterville 01/01

    David Waterville wrote on: Dec 31, 2000

    After reading the review above I feel I must give you an update on The Forest Pines Golf Complex. Five friends and I spent the best ever Golfing weekend at Forest Pines, in September 2000 ( all hdcp below 10 ). From start to finish everything was First Class. David Edwards greeted us and explained the 27-hole layout of Forest, Pines and Beeches. On the first day we played Forest and Pines, the lush fairways were the best any of us have ever played World-wide, the greens are so mature and slick it's hard to believe the course is only 5 years old. The trees are spectacular and believe me I saw plenty of them. The second day we played Pines and Beeches, again Beeches is a delight, slightly easier than Forest Pines but still of the same high standard and quality. In our view Forest Pines should be rated in at least the top 20 courses in Great Britain and have no doubt it will be, in the very near future. We are looking forward to going back next year, for as well as a superb golf course there is the lovely friendly Forest Pines Hotel.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Paul Orton H'cap 6 3/00

    Paul Orton H'cap 6 3/00 wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    Literally 'cut' out of a pine forest the three distinct nine hole loops at forest pines are a delight. Each is individually named 'Forest', 'Pines' and 'Beeches'. If you stay at the hotel on a 'package' as we did, you should get to experience the combinations of all three. Some of the holes were wonderful, well designed; thoughtful bunkering and all framed by the odd tree of course. As has been noted in other reviews the greens remain a real problem, USGA standard they may be, the reality is much different, gritty bumpy and poor. This course has the potential to be one of the best in the country, work on those greens and it will be.
    The hotel was excellent, great food and accommodation made the after golf experience very pleasant indeed. If you get the chance watch out for David Edward's trick shot show (difficult to say that) it's exceptional.
    Course 5/10 (9/10 with better greens) Clubhouse 7/10 Hotel 8/10