Hellidon Lakes Golf Club
Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 6LN
Tel : +44 (0)1327 62550 Fax : +44 (0)1327 62559

Hellidon Lakes Hotel and Country Club, nestling in 240 acres of Warwickshire and Northamptonshire coutryside offers the ultimate in leisure facilities but with that personal touch that only a small, luxury hotel can offer.

Golfing facilities include golf course there is a covered driving range and putting green, ample golf buggies, a pro shop and club bar.

Other facilities include 49 accommodation suites, conference facilities, a la carte restaurant, fully equipped gym and steam room, indoor swimming pool and spa.

10 km southwest of Daventry, via A361. Close to the M1, M40 and M6

Further Information
For more information on Hellidon Lakes Golf Club see www.he llidon.demon.co.uk

Course Details

Course Name: Hellidon Lakes Holes: 18 Yardage: 6705 SSS: 72
Set in 240 acres of scenic rolling English countryside, the spectacular 27 hole course at Hellidon Lakes has something for everyone. The golf is designed to provide challenges for the brave and less difficult routes for the less well accomplished. The course winds between 16 lakes, ponds and woodland in an area of classic countryside, designated a Special Landscape Area. Rarely in England can one escape so completely from the noise and distractions of modern life. Hellidon is a haven for wildlife and for those seeking, if only briefly, to experience the countryside as it used to be.

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Course Name: Course2 Holes: 9 Yardage: 5582 SSS: 27
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  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Williams dwvideo@dircon.co.uk

    David Williams wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    Beware! This will test your stamina and patience. There are three loops of nine but the red and the blue make 18 challenging holes. This is a roller-coaster of a course and the ball frequently rolls down the steep slopes and into the vicious rough. It can also be a confusing and better signposting would help; golfers who like to belt the ball almost out of sight from the tee will invite trouble while those who like to 'feel' their way may be frustrated. The gimmicky final hole - 'Holy Lake' - invites you to drive across a stretch of water towards the impressive clubhouse. For most of us that's just too far and going round the edge is far more sensible. Another hole - the 'Elbow' - has a ridiculous dog-leg to the left and strange humps in the fairway. As a conference and country hotel complex, Hellidon Lakes is impressive. But if you want a relaxing game
    without too much 'mountaineering' - forget it.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Tony Currell 07/00

    Tony Currell wrote on: Jun 30, 2000

    I have played this course on 3 occasions. It is fantastic and when the golf goes wrong as it surely does the surrounding views and wildlife go along way to relieve the pressures. The course is well managed and the greens are superb. One day I will be able to drive across the lake on that final hole.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Davey Frost 11/98

    Davey Frost wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    As a member I know this course well. It provides a real test for your golfing skills. It is long, has lots of trouble and the greens (even in their current good condition) are a real test. It is the type of course that you will really enjoy and promise yourself you will come back and play it better next time. All other facilities are first class and if the golf is bad you will enjoy just being out there. It is not your average golf course, it is not well known but well worth a visit.