Visitors

Situated in Worksop at the meeting point of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire, Bondhay is a hive of golf for people from across the region and further afield. The Club proudly welcomes visitors of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, but be prepared for a testing round of golf no matter your handicap!

Green Fees

With visitors welcome at all times of day and throughout the year, rates vary depending on when you wish to play. Click below to explore our green fees and book a tee-time.

Societies

Corporate groups and societies are welcome year-round to the Club with a whole host of offers available to make for an excellent day out. Our bespoke packages are tailored to your individual requirements; with golf, food and practice facilities and function suite all available.

How To Find Us

M1
Leave the M1 at Junction 30, taking the A6135 sign-posted Newark, Worksop. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit A619 sign posted Worksop and follow the road for approximately 2.4 miles passing the De Rhodes Public House and Van Dyk Hotel on your right. As you reach Whitwell Common turn left onto Bondhay Lane. The Club is approximately 1.2 miles on the right-hand side.
A1(M)
Leave the A1 for the A57 towards Worksop for approximately 5 miles. At the roundabout with the A60 follow it for approximately 1 mile until the junction with the A619. Follow the A619 sign-posted Chesterfield and follow for approximately 3.3 miles passing the Half Moon Public House on your right. At the small line of houses, and just after the B6043 turn right onto Bondhay Lane. The Club is approximately 1.2 miles on the right-hand side.
Bus
Buses do not directly serve Bondhay Golf Club, but you can get as a far as the nearby villages of Harthill, Kiveton Park, Whitwell, Clowne and Barlborough from major centres such as Worksop, Sheffield and Chesterfield.
Train
The nearby village of Whitwell has a train station with links from Worksop, Nottingham and Mansfield. Kiveton Park Station is served by trains from Sheffield, Worksop and Lincoln.
  • It’s a great course but be warned it’s tough! You have to be straight off the tee, if not the trees will prevent you making any head way towards the green. It’s playable all year round with excellent drainage. It maybe tough but it’s fun and will really challenge your game.
    Rich, via Google
  • Possibly my favourite course in the area. Always in fantastic condition and the many water features makes it a real challenge. Always enjoy playing here, and definitely worth the green fee.
    Neil Boote
  • Excellent Golf Club! Great Academy and Championship courses. The family has been made really welcome by all the staff at Bondhay. Lovely food in the clubhouse and at a very reasonable price, the especially Sunday Dinner.
    James Mettam
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