The Golf Club
A Members Club
Lindrick is proud to have been located within Yorkshire for every moment of its existence. Lindrick is foremost a members’ club with a rich history, attracting its membership not just from the immediate locality of South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire. The club also has long established links with Sheffield reflecting the fact that it began life over 130 years ago as the Sheffield & District Golf Club.
The ‘Vulcan’ image, which is the club emblem, is taken from a bronze statue of Vulcan by the Italian sculptor Mario Raggi. This impressive statue can still be seen today on the tower of Sheffield’s Town Hall and symbolises the god of fire and blacksmithery which is associated with the steel production in the Sheffield area.
The club strives to maintain both the atmosphere and ethos of a members’ club with golf played in the Corinthian spirit of good fellowship and a deep respect for golfing tradition. Here at Lindrick it is all about merging the historic with the here and now to create the perfect setting and ambience.
During winter months, the course is normally open without temporary greens or tees and remains in excellent condition regardless of the weather.
There is a busy programme of club competitions and knockouts as well as a full programme of matches against similar clubs. But much of the golf played at Lindrick is social where visitors are always welcomed, which we believe is the keystone of a thriving members club.
Lindrick has a long history of playing matches with other similar clubs. This relationship is reflected in reciprocal playing arrangements between Lindrick and Hollinwell (Notts), Alwoodley, Luffenham Heath, Little Aston, Ilkley, Hunstanton, Royal Ashdown Forest, Prestbury, Southport & Ainsdale and the Hong Kong GC.