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The Lakes Course is the more established of Belton Woods' championship tracks, and represents a formidable challenge for even the better golfers that visit. As its name suggests, it is crucial to negotiate the substantial water hazards, many of which are strategically positioned at the front of the putting surfaces, demanding high-quality approach play.
Par: 72, S.S.S: 73
Yardage: 6857 Yards
Course Opened in: 1991
The Woodside Course is Belton Woods' second championship layout, and underlines why it is regarded as one of the best golf resorts in the Midlands. The Woodside is widely regarded to be more playable for the higher handicappers, but there is no shortage of potential obstacles, coming primarily from the many lakes, which are designed to complement the natural undulations of the land itself.
Par: 73, S.S.S: 70
Yardage: 6623 Yards
Course Opened in: 1991
Most of the holes on the 9-hole Red Arrows Course are little more than 100 yards, but that does not diminish from a very enjoyable and useful experience. It may be aimed primarily at beginners and improvers, but all good golfers know that good scoring is hinged on deadly wedge play, so make use of the academy course to hone those all-important skills.
Belton Woods also has a 20-bay floodlit driving range and short game area for warming up and practicing.
The 9th hole on the Lakes Course is one of the country's longest, at 609 yards - see if you can join the exclusive club to have found the green in two blows.
475 acres of outstanding rural Lincolnshire land play host to Belton Woods' excellent hotel, where a relaxed atmosphere is combined perfectly with superb facilities to produce a top class package for a golf break in the East Midlands.
The standard of the 136 guest rooms is testament to the recent completion of a £2 million refurbishment plan, making sure that the hotel matches the quality of the golfing facilities. The Classic rooms are more than adequate, while the Ambassadors are larger and have golf course views.
For a special occasion, the opulent suites boast marble bathrooms, whirlpool baths, and a separate living area. This superb hotel, with its accommodation, facilities and service, provides everything a visitor could want from a 4-star golf break.
Those in search of the action will be interested in the swimming pool, fitness centre, tennis and squash courts, in addition to the archery, clay pigeon shooting, go-karting, quad biking and more that are managed by the on-site activity company. There is a slower pace in the Serenity Spa, which offers a variety of health and beauty treatments, while the leisure centre also has a steam room, sauna, whirlpool spa and sun beds.
The Manor Restaurant's outstanding dining room and Mediterranean cuisine have been recognised with an AA Rosette.
Stanton's Brasserie serves home-cooked classics in an informal setting.
The Claret Jug awaits weary golfers in need of refreshment.