Designer John Morgan, once a player on the PGA Tour, carved out some tremendous holes from the towering pines that are so characteristic of the landscape.
The course is compiled from three separate nine-hole loops called the Pines, the Beeches and the Forest, with the different combinations adding welcome variety to a golf break. Regarded as the finest golfing venue in Lincolnshire if not beyond, Forest Pines superb layout is well worth a visit.
With the recent completion of the £10 million refurbishment plan, the hotel and resort facilities at Forest Pines are now a match for the outstanding golf course - the complete package for a fantastic golf break.
Forest Pines' excellent golfing layout is embellished by the superb practice facilities, where visiting players can choose to sharpen their skills, or take some personal advice from the team of PGA professionals.
Hosted Tournaments: The British Blind Open, R&A Boys Home Internationals and the PGA 4-Ball Championships 2009-2013
Course Opened in: 1996
Designer: John Morgan
White Tees - 3291 Yards
Yellow Tees - 3125 Yards
Ladies Tees - 2770 Yards
White Tees - 3568 Yards
Yellow Tees - 3358 Yards
Ladies Tees - 3044 Yards
Par: 37 (Ladies: 38)
White Tees - 3102 Yards
Yellow Tees - 2922 Yards
Ladies Tees - 2589 Yards
Par: 35 (Yellow: 34, Ladies: 36)
18 Hole Combinations
White Tees - 6859 Yards, S.S.S: 73
Yellow Tees - 6457 Yards, S.S.S: 71
Red Tees - 5781 Yards, S.S.S: 74
Par: 73 (Ladies: 74)
White Tees - 6670 Yards, S.S.S: 72
Yellow Tees - 6254 Yards, S.S.S: 71
Red Tees - 5600 Yards, S.S.S: 74
Par: 72 (Yellow: 71, Ladies: 74)
White Tees - 6393 Yards, S.S.S: 71
Yellow Tees - 6047 Yards, S.S.S: 69
Red Tees - 5359 Yards, S.S.S: 71
Par: 71 (Yellow: 70, Ladies: 72)