Your entry fee includes a bacon sandwich and a tea or coffee on arrival, your green fee and a one course meal after your round.
If the clubhouse or catering is closed due to COVID-19, a takeaway alternative will be provided.
Discounts apply to Top 100s Tour members (20%) and bookings of four or more (10%).
9.54 – 14.15
About Sherwood Forest
When golfers across the land discuss the latest ‘top 100 courses’ list, it seems everyone has their own opinion of what constitutes an exceptional layout. Some believe the Royal and Ancient game to be encapsulated by the blind thrills and eccentricities of a fresh morning at Prestwick. Others will swear there is no finer place on earth to play golf than the tranquil banks of Loch Lomond. Who’s to say which views are right and wrong?
Even those which claim professional knowledge, in forms of league tables can be at the mercy and the whim of a single reviewer.
They may have experienced a course in the best or worst conditions they’ve ever played in, on a particularly good or bad day, behind a society of lumbering hackers or as the only group on the course – or perhaps simply the day after the greens were hollowtined.
They can never be completely accurate. The most glorious fact about them is that they remain no more or less than a judgment call. There is, after all, no such definitive thing as ‘the best course in the British Isles’. And that’s what makes them such a rich topic for discussion in clubhouses up and down the country.
NCG Top 100s Ranking
1st: TaylorMade Spider X Putter
2nd: TaylorMade FlexTech Standbag
3rd: TaylorMade Milled Grind 2 Wedge
NTP 1: Three Dozen TaylorMade TP5 Golf Balls
NTP 2: Three Dozen TaylorMade Golf Balls