Skidby Lakes

Set in 150 acres of picturesque parkland, the Lakes course offers a different yet equally challenging test to that of the Parks.

Opened in 1999 By Sir Ian Botham, Skidby Lakes became part of the Cottingham Leisure portfolio in 2008.

In 2016 the courses was re-designed, producing a better flow and more variety with the introduction of some ‘dog leg’ holes with these coming into play in May 2017.

Although the Par has been reduced to 68, the blend of holes coupled with the smaller and sometimes tricky greens add to the challenge, appealing to all levels of golfer.

Like the Parks course, the Lakes benefits from an extensive landscaping and a planting program of more than 3,000 trees.

Membership

Membership Type Prices
Adult membership From £521
18 to 24-year-olds From £122
Junior membership From £68

Green fees

Prices
Visitor weekday £20 per round
Visitor weekends/bank holidays £25 per round
Member’s guest Weekday £15
Member’s guest weekend / bank holidays £20
Wednesday meal deal (Golf and a bar meal) £20

Clubhouse

The Lakes courses has its own snug Clubhouse, where players can relax after their round and enjoy the food and drink on offer.

The dress code is smart/casual.

For full terms and conditions, call the Pro Shop on 01482 844003

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