Wellingborough Golf Club
Harrowden Hall, Great Harrowden,
Wellingborough, Northamptonshire NN9 5AD
Tel : +44 (0)1933 677234 Fax : +44 (0)1933 679379

The Wellingborough clubhouse is a Grade I listed building dating back , in its present form, to 1719. Prior to that there are strong connections with the Gunpowder Plot. In 1889 Princess Kaiulani of Hawaii stayed in the Hall when it was a school for young ladies.

2 miles from Wellingborough on the A509 (Wellingborough to Kettering road). Easily accessible from A14.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 11 July 98.

Course Details

Course Name: Wellingborough Holes: 18 Yardage: 6620 SSS: 72
An 18 hole parkland course designed by Hawtree.

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    Ross Elsby wrote on: Oct 29, 2003

    This course is a difficult course because it always seems to be windy. It takes a good standard of golfer to go round this course with a low 70's score. It is well designed so that nearly every golf shot can be played on the course. The greens are in great condition. The best whole would either be the 3rd or the 18th. The 3rd is a down hill par 4 untill you get to a lake then after the lake it starts up hill with a bunker left and right of the green. From the tee off there are 2 bonkers in perfect range if the wind is against or if a player is a bit worried about carrying the water. The 18th is a par 4 with water mostly all up the left and out of bounds on the right. With not much fairway to aim at if you want to be on the green in 2. It takes a very accurate player to put there tee off in the perfect possition when there's usually a wind pushing you either left or right, It's a nightmare whole for any kind of fade or draw! But all round the course is lovely and very challenging. Well worth the ammount to play.