Welton Manor: Home to the Lincolnshire County Champions
Our handicap league team, ably led by Captain Craig Chadburn became county champions after defeating Belton Park 4.5 to 1.5 in the County Finals held at Waltham Windmill Golf Club on 1st Oct 2017
Last year for the first time in our history we won the North Lincolnshire handicap league with a close victory in our final game away at Grimsby. This gave us the opportunity of representing the North in the Lincolnshire League Finals day against the South League winners Belton Park.
So why don’t you come and join us at Welton Manor, we have a thriving golf and social membership that welcome all levels of golfers.
The star of the show here at Welton Manor, crucially, is the golf course itself. Our 18-hole track has certainly matured beyond its years and is constantly being improved by the hardworking team of green keepers and ground staff. A round at Welton Manor provides a good challenge both for experienced golfers who are prepared to take a few risks and for the less gifted enthusiast who will appreciate some forgiving fairways. The course also offers a range of interesting hazards to be avoided, with lakes or streams coming into play on 9 of the 18 holes as well as an abundance of bunkers.
The Mens section takes part in the North Lincolnshire Golf League. As a member you will always be considered for the team, which play home and away matches from April to September. Monthly medals run at the club between March and October and there are many other events that take place which all members with a handicap are welcome to enter. All these tournament dates can be viewed on the diary section of the website.
The club connects with the national HowDidiDo website to enable members to view, book and record information, as well to join social forums or send messages to fellow golfers.The tournament results are collated and go towards an ongoing Order of Merit table. While there is of course a competitive element to these events, they are equally relaxed and friendly with all level of golfers getting involved.