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Delapre Golf Centre
Eagle Dr
Northampton, J1 NN4 7DU, United Kingdom


+44 1604.764.036
Two regulation-length courses are at this public-access facility: The Oaks is an 18-hole course set in 260 acres of mature parkland with plenty of streams and bunkers to keep things interesting. The Hardingstone Nine is a short but testing 9-hole layout located on the hillside below Hardingstone village. Rolling terrain and water are the chief features here.

Two 9-hole, par-3 courses of similar length but very different character are also at this facility, as well as a 9-hole pitch-and-putt course, a floodlit, 40-bay practice range and a large putting green. Rates are as follows:

The Oaks 18, Mondays-Thursdays: £16
The Oaks 18, Fridays: £17
The Oaks 18, weekends: £20
Hardingstone 9: £8
Jacks and Abbey par-3 courses: £7 weekdays, £8 weekends.

Society packages are also available.

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Type:Public
Superintendent:John Ratcliffe
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes




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Date Golfer Score
8/25/20 9Leeds9 90
8/11/20 Ruari Robertson 94
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Recent Reviews

  Johnnut - 7/20/15
Delepre has improved immeasurably in the past few months due to a lot of money being spent on most aspects of the main course and all other facilities. Although having said that it is mid summer and the course usually is best at this time of year. Altogether much improved. is difficult to play in winter months though because of clay soil getting very boggy for 6 or 7 months a year.
  Ian 666 - 6/10/13
The Hardingstone Nine is a short but not very testing 9-hole on a hillside It is a Par 32 1 Par 5 480 yards 3 x Par 4's 330 being the longest and 5 x Par 3's 185 down to 115. It was enjoyable with the only issue being lack of directions (got lost twice)the greens are not up to much a bit bumpy but for less than £10 on a weekend it is well worth a visit Hole 7 is a good test 185 yards par 3 with a pond and a very large tree to carry if you are going for the green in 1
  Golfer211 - 12/21/13
  festa - 9/29/13
  scaf123 - 7/11/12
  BrianMcEwan - 3/22/10
  Berg29 - 3/4/10
  Wisey - 2/7/10
  smartgolfer41 - 1/24/10
  g.p.mcguire647 - 1/24/10
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