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Pytchley Golf Lodge

Address Pytchley Golf Lodge, Kettering Rd, Pytchley, Kettering NN14 1EY
Telephone 01536 511527
Hours Weekdays 8:00am to 9.30pm / Weekends 7:00am to 6.30pm
Due to seasonal variation, opening and closing times may vary.
Bays 24
Covered Yes
Heated No
Automatic Teeing 11
Floodlit Yes
Golf Course 9 hole academy golf course (2,574 yards long/Par 34) offering a challenge to both the experienced and novice golfers alike. Simply call 01536 511527 or email to enquire about course availability.
Societies Societies are welcome 7 days per week. Packages are available for 9, 18 or 27 holes. A variety of food options are available.
2 Society Packages for bookings of 12 or more.
Prices Course: Weekdays: 9 Holes A / 18 holes B
Weekends: B / C
Range Balls: 50 Balls £3.00 / 90 Balls £4.00
Digicard System £20.00
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication
Location Situated between the Northamptonshire village of Pytchley and Kettering.
Leave the A14 at junction 9 (signposted Wellingborough} take exit onto A509, signposted Kettering. At the 1st roundabout continue on the A509, at the 2nd roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Orion way. (Tesco is on the left hand side) At the 3rd roundabout take the 1st exit onto Pytchley lane. The Pytchley Golf Lodge can be found on the Left hand side.
Facilities • Ironside Bar, warm friendly atmosphere, serving both hot and cold snacks
• "Pay and Play" course
• Driving Range
• Practice Putting Green (Free to customers)
• American Golf superstore
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About the Academy Course The course, which opened in 2000 was designed by Roger Griffiths Associates of Rugby, is a par 34 (for nine holes) and consists of one par 5, five par 4's and three par 3's, with a total distance of 2,574 yards. All greens are set to the high USGA standard to offer all year round playability. Dress code is considered relaxed, although a dress standard is observed.

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Course feels like it's been shoe-horned in with a lot of shortish par 4's. However, interest has been added with water hazards and some quick greens with slopes. Risk/Reward opportunities on a couple of holes.
We played in strong wind and found it very hard around the greens.
An enjoyable way to spend an afternoon
Mark: 6
Value For Money: Good
Simon September 9, 2016

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