Situated in the middle of some of the most scenic parts of the beautiful Leicestershire countryside, Longcliffe golf course represents a formidable challenge for both the beginner and the seasoned campaigner.
The course is a recognised English Golf Union championship course, and it has twice hosted the Ladies Curtis Cup team in preparation for their Trans-Atlantic challenge. It has also been the venue for the English Boys Championship.
The elegant backdrop of the hills of Charnwood Forest and the oak, beech, Scots pine and birch woodlands afford stunning views of the area as the course ascends the North-facing slopes of the Forest before descending to the flatter woodlands on the back nine holes. The narrow fairways, lined by fine grasses in the summer, and the subtly-undulating greens make Longcliffe both a picturesque and thoroughly enjoyable golfing challenge.
Just click on the number above to see photographs and a description of each hole.
To use the Distance Ruler for checking how far you have driven on a hole just zoom in on the hole where you want to measure and then select the "Add Distance Indicator". A blue coloured indicator will appear which you can drag to where you want to measure from. A second indicator will appear which you should drag to where you want to measure to - the distance will appear in yards.