Starting out as Nottingham Golf Club in 1889, the course has come a long way since. To confirm your curiosity, its late 19th c. establishment does indeed make it the oldest golf course in Nottingham. It has been a municipal club in the past, but had been leased out to members who overlook the management since 2004. It provides a great atmosphere for golfers of all ages and ranks, providing open competitions and recreational hire across the seasons.
There are multiple membership packages, but Bulwell Forest Golf Club is an access to all facility where it provides a pay and play service on most days. It consists of multiple courses within the spacious grass green fields and forests to feast your eyes on while you swing your clubs. There is a casual dress code, where it is only required that guests do not wear hats while inside the clubhouse.
The closest rail station to the club is Bulwell station which is just down the road on the B683. Most visitors tend to drive, however, which is understandable as they bring their own golfing equipment. From the M1 exit at junction 26 onto the A610 heading east; on the roundabout take the second exit onto the A6002 staying on the road until you see the A611 Hucknall Road on your right. There is ample parking at Bulwell Forest Golf Club for visitors.
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Did you know Bulwell Forest Golf Club is part of the Centenary Golf 1902 Club which allows its members access to any of the member golf clubs Monday-Friday?