Springs Holiday Estates - Golf
Springs Holiday Estates is delighted to include Corporate Membership of the Sandilands Golf Club for the 2015 Season for its customers. A challenging links course, within Lincolnshire's peaceful Coastal Country Park, the course affords its players stunning seaside views and a wonderful setting for all abilities to enjoy a round of golf with friends and colleagues.
With preferred access to the Grange & Links, their combined facilities are open to you as a customer of Springs Holiday Estates. The following package is provided at no extra cost to our customers.
Based on the issuing of 1 Golf Card per pitch; to a named individual from the five Springs Holiday Estates Parks:
1 x tee time per week per named individual
Where the named individual has exceeded their quota, additional rounds are available at a reduced price of £10/round
Card holders will have full use of facilities including practice nets and putting green
Card holders will receive 10% discount on refreshments purchased in the Clubhouse, and 5% discount on refreshments at the Grange & Links Hotel
Springs Estates residents' guests will receive reduced rates of £10 per round, providing they are playing with a Card holder
Free course access for Juniors under 12, providing they are accompanied by a playing Adult card holder and adhere to Club rules & standards
Access to Club Pro for lessons (to be booked through Clubhouse)
Card holders will be invited to Golf Club events include training, competitions and social events
Membership runs from 1st March 2016 to 5th January 2017.
Caravan Holiday Home owners are to apply for their Springs Golf Card at the Main Office in Sutton Springs and must present their Springs Golf Card at time of application in the Sandilands Golf Clubhouse.
Sandilands Golf Club reserves the right to withdraw playing permissions from those individuals not adhering to the Club rules & standards.
We hope you enjoy your golfing experience at Sandilands Golf Course and would welcome any feedback to the General Manager, Mick Wright.