Here at 19th hole, we want you to get the most out of your golf and enjoy a round on top courses wherever you are in the country. We have previously highlighted the courses you must play in Scotland and in East England but now we provide our expert opinion to provide you with the best courses in the East Midlands region.

Forest Pines

Forest Pines

Forest Pines in Lincolnshire only opened it’s doors in 1996 and it’s proved an incredibly popular decision for golfers around the area. Golf Digest once rated this course as the best new course to open since 1994 and with a touch of Wentworth about it, it’s easy to see why. The 27 hole course is divided into three sets of 9 holes, the Forest, Pines and Beeches which all start and finish at the clubhouse. Beeches is probably the easiest out of the three but all are in championship condition. A tight course with undulating greens, water hazards and towering pine trees, Forest Pines is a course that will make you want to return.

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Richard Forrester

Richard Forrester

Richard Forrester is an experienced sports writer, having worked at SportsVibe and written for numerous sporting titles including Golfing World, Birmingham Mail and Stoke City's website.

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