EGU’s course rated 59th best in world

Seamus Rotherick
By Seamus Rotherick October 19, 2011 10:05

EGU’s course rated 59th best in world

The Hotchkin Course at The National Golf Centre in Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, has been rated the 59th best golf course in the world by Golf Magazine.

As the course is run by the EGU (English Golf Union) and EWGA (English Women’s Golf Association), the bodies that run amateur golf in England, members of English golf clubs can play 18-holes there for just £49, while juniors pay £20.

Richard Latham, director of operations at The National Golf Centre said: “In my mind the Golf Magazine rankings are hugely influential and a recognised barometer of golf course excellence across the world.

“We are very proud of our facilities here at Woodhall Spa, and the fact that the Hotchkin Course consistently features in all of the most influential rankings lists around the world. The course is sited in rare and naturally beautiful heathland and its strategic design and dramatic bunkering make it a truly thrilling and memorable golf experience.”

Golf Magazine’s 2011 results were compiled from a ballot of 100 carefully selected panellists based in 17 countries around the world. They include LPGA ‘Hall of Famers’, tour and travel operators, golf course photographers and architects, British and US Amateur winners and even a woman who has played every Top 100 course in the world.

Seamus Rotherick
By Seamus Rotherick October 19, 2011 10:05
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