Coxmoor is a heathland course, like many others in the area, playing around 6,800 from the back tees, it's tight layout makes the course a great test for all golfers. The original 9 hole layout was extended in the 1930's by Tom Williamson, the professional from Notts Golf Club and the Coxmoor professional Len White.
The new layout contains of a number of long par 4 holes that can be a nightmare to reach in regulation when the wind is up meaning your short game needs to be up to scratch to make par. Narrow fairways wind through the heather and trees with thick rough awaiting any wayward shots.
At nearly 600 feet above sea level the course is one of the highest points in Nottinghamshire and is often exposed to cold hard winds that can challenge any golfers ability. The hospitality in the clubhouse is second to none, offering a warm welcome and a great range of food and drink, the perfect place to relax after your round.
Coxmoor Golf Club is very popular with societies and groups who wish to play the fantastic courses of the County of Nottinghamshire. Pair this course up with the like of Notts Golf Club and Sherwood Forest Golf Club for a great golf tour in the East Midlands.
How to get to Coxmoor Golf Club
Coxmoor Golf Club is 4 miles south of Mansfield and easily accessible from the M1, exit at junction 28 and take the A38.
Address: Coxmoor House, Coxmoor Road, Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, NG17 5LF
||Tom Williamson, Len White
|Opened for play