Kilton Forest Golf Club
Kilton Forest Golf Club, Worksop, East Midlands, England, S81 0TL
01909 486563 | Golf course website
14 reviews of Kilton Forest Golf Club
Friendly greeting at only our 2nd society day out. The course was looking brilliant and so proved to be. The fairways were excellent, wide and very forgiving. The greens for a municipal course were superb. In fact some of the far more expensive and snooty clubs could earn a lot from these.
We will be returning soon.
The work carried out on this course and clubhouse in the past few years by the management company BPL and the council has been tremendous, well worth a vist in particular weekday when it is quieter, try it out you will not be dissapointed.
Long open course with few hazards to trouble low/mid handicap golfers. However saying that Kilton does drain particully well meaning it is playable all year round. The greens are also above average for a municipal golf course.
wiked golf course its good for kids they dont anything better. its a very good did you know lee westwood started his golf there and meny others thakes
For a course that doesn't get as much rep as all the other course's close by. It's really a shame because it's such a nice round of golf i've played in a while. Everything is looked after extremely well and it's ideal for player's new to golf all the way up to pro level in my eye's.
It's a course that keeps you wanting that little bit more everytime your there. Definately recommended to fello golfer's.
For a municipal course this is not bad at all. Undulating fairways and the odd water features make for some good variety. It has wide forgiving fairways and large receptive greens which will yield a lot of birdie opportunities for those of you out there who are good at getting on greens in regulation.
Being a municipal, the weekend green fees are cheap enough, so give it a go if your in the area. If your games in good shape you should pick up quite a few stableford points.
The course is certainly a case of wasted potential. The close proximity of a council estate means the local youths treat the course as a park. I witnessed someone riding a motorbike up one fairway, 3 kids having a sand fight in a bunked and a large group throwing tee markers at each other. I've never played golf with such a vocal crowd of on-lookers before (an experience if you'd never tried it). Only worth playing if everywhere else is closed and you get on before any of the locals wake-up.
My Dad Joe and I have played this course all year round. The fairways and greens have been well kepted throughout. A firm but fair enjoyable 18 holes, with enough variation to keep you going back.
Both novice or intermediate players will enjoy what this muni course has to offer. Quiet during the week, but tee times can get busy at weekends which is a credit to the club, as it is such a popular course. You wont get much better for under £12
Great to see a public course well maintained and holding its own with the likes of Forest Pines, Rufford Park, Worksop Golf Club, Lindrick all just a few miles away.
i have played this course all the way through the winter.an absolute delight to play on while all the so called better courses ar either shut or all on temp greens.would recommend to all levels of golfers
I am a member here and it just keeps on geting better and better all the time. The greens are amung the best around you can stop 4 irons in to them there increadebel.
One of the best public courses I have ever played. It's always in excellent condition, and it is clear that the greenkeepers take a real pride in their jobs. A very tough , but extremely fair, test of golf. The only 'downsides' are the small boys from the adjacent housing estate who may well pester you with bags of purloined golf balls!
I played the course several times in November and
December and despite some inclement weather the
fairways and greens were always in excellent condition-a credit to the greenkeepers.
I have played here alot lately because i really like the variation in holes and there are alot of nice wide fairways which really helps if you are a beginner!!!
Played the course on a Sunday in November. The fee was £11, not as listed. Well drained despite recent heavy rain. Nice wide fairways. Lots of 'over the hill' greens requiring guesswork for a stranger to the course.
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