Luffenham Heath Golf Club

A fine, firm Harry Colt heathland just off the A1 in middle England.

Luffenham Heath Golf Club

Rutland, England

Overview

It has recently been counted amongst the Top 100 golf courses in England.

The course is south-east of Rutland Water, one of the largest man-made lakes in Europe and the largest in England!

It is the best golf course in the county of Rutland - England's smallest. It is found between Peterborough and Leicester.


Golf Course Review

Luffenham Heath Golf Club is an 18 hole golf course near South Luffenham. The course is found east of Leicester and west of Peterborough in England's smallest county, Rutland.

Luffenham Heath Golf Club is a Harry Colt and Charles Hugh (CH) Alison designed heathland golf course. An exclusive, contemporary private members' club, it is the top choice for the best golf on offer in the immediate area.

Luffenham Heath Architectural Heritage

  • Charles Hugh Alison laid the course out in 1911.
  • James Braid made tweaks between WW1 & WW2.
  • CK Cotton made alterations after WW2.
  • Dr. Martin Hawtree completed a renovation in 2004.
Luffenham Heath Golf Club Review

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Colourised portrait of James Braid.Evalu18

Featured Architect: James Braid

James Braid moved very little earth due to technological constraints. Minimal artificial features are present. Putting greens must be well guarded, often by dykes, directly in front of greens. Green size is governed by the length of the approach. Alternative tees are provided to allow play in all conditions. Bunkering...

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Contact Details

Rutland, PE9 3UU, England

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Colourised portrait of James Braid.Evalu18

Featured Architect: James Braid

James Braid moved very little earth due to technological constraints. Minimal artificial features are present. Putting greens must be well guarded, often by dykes, directly in front of greens. Green size is governed by the length of the approach. Alternative tees are provided to allow play in all conditions. Bunkering...

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