Based in the area of Northants/Lincs/Cambs border, four miles from Corby, we are able to offer competitive golf on a large scale.
Priors Hall Golf Course is run by Corby Borough Council.
The 18 hole course is set in the scenic Northamptonshire countryside. The course is a demanding challenge for all levels of golfers, which also has a proactive club and offers a varied programme of events and competitions throughout the year.
The Priors Hall Golf Course was officially opened in 1965. It was designed by Fred Hawtree, one of Britain’s finest golf course architects and is open to all as a pay & play venue, offering exceptional value for money.
The fairways, are wide, with generous light – rough margins. There are water features, mature trees, areas of thick rough and 58 bunkers – all well placed as shaped within Hawtree’s challenging design, making the course good for beginner golfers as well as the more advanced.
REMOVAL OF COVID RESTRICTIONS 19 JULY 21
On Course Items
From England Golf as from 19 July – ‘The government’s removal of rules and guidance around social distancing and congregation numbers mean that there are no restrictions on the golf course with regards to course furniture, sharing equipment, touching golf balls or the size of groups, beyond those set by the club’.
Rakes are in bunkers but Local Rules do still apply.
Please ensure that you smooth bunkers properly as a courtesy to other golfers.
Also on the green, flagsticks can now be removed if preferred.
N.B. If members are concerned, it may be advisable to carry a small bottle of hand sanitiser in golf bags for use on the course after using rakes and removing flagsticks.
Rules & Competition Cards
The rules of golf generally revert back to normal, i.e. as they were pre Covid.
Players should return to exchanging competition cards and marking their playing partner’s card.
A reminder – please ensure the marker’s name is clearly printed on the card and it is signed by both player and marker at the completion of the round.
Clubhouse and Hospitality areas
These revert to pre-pandemic operations, although some members may feel that it is still appropriate
to wear a face covering when moving around inside the clubhouse.