The New Lindrick

Where Champions Play

Ranked in the

Top 100 Golf Courses

In England 

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Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the stay at home directions from the UK Government and England Golf please be advised the Clubhouse, Golf Course and Practice Grounds are now closed until further notice.

We are attempting to keep the office service running Monday – Friday however staff are working from home and unable to respond to telephone calls made to the office number therefore if you have an enquiry or would like information please email the Club Secretary [email protected]


Graeme Pryde

Club Secretary





Welcome to Lindrick

Lindrick is one of Britain's finest inland golf courses, providing an excellent challenge to golfers of all abilities at any time of the year.

The course, which is always in first class condition, is a mixture of heathland and moorland meaning you will find Silver Birch, and Gorse lining the fairways of our picturesque golf course.

Lindrick will always be remembered because it was here that Great Britain and Ireland beat the USA to win the the 1957 Ryder Cup after a gap of 24 years. The Cup remained firmly in the grasp of the USA after until 1985 when Europe won at the Belfry.

Current Course Condition Course closed

Course closed until further notice




Last updated: Tuesday 24th March, 09:48