Golf Club


Millfield Golf Club

Small & Friendly.

The History of Millfield Golf Club

1979     The Golf Range was started, with a short par 3 course around the perimeter.

1981     The par 3 course was opened.

1983     9 holes were opened - the holes we now know as the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 8th (was 5th), 9th (was 6th), 10th (was 7th), 11th (was 8th), and 18th (was 9th).

1985     A further 9 holes were added,  making  a full sized 18 hole golf course. The owners, the Watson family, allowed us to form a golf club.

1986     The Club was affiliated to the Lincolnshire Golf Union.

1987/8   The white competition tees were added.

1990     On 18th August Paul Bilboa became the first person to par the course off the competition tees.

1992     The 15 hole course was opened.

1997     The 15 hole course was extended to become the 18 hole Gren Green course.   

1999     Millfield received a special plaque from the Golf Foundation for being the largest donor in the country over the previous 10 years.

2000     Mick Druscz became the first member to win a County event (the Taylor Cup).

2005     A team of Millfield Juniors (Joe Broadbent, Mark Marshall,Harriet Wilson, and Aaron Nairn), led by Brian Cummings, won the YMG International Junior Pairs             tournament at St. Andrews, Scotland. Qualifying as North of England champions, they won against teams from Wales, Ireland, and the South of England.

2007     Millfield G.C. won the L.U.G.C rules competition for the third successive year.

2014     Two junior members Aaron Nairn and Billie-Jo Smith have been selected to the England squad.

Millfield Golf Club uses HandicapMaster computer program to maintain handicaps and organise competitions.

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Richard Bramley Captain 2020/2021