Skidby Lakes Golf Club

Set in 150 acres of picturesque parkland, the Skidby Lakes course offers a different yet equally challenging test to that of the Cottingham Parks.

The course was opened in 1999 by Sir Ian Botham, and Skidby Lakes became part of the Cottingham Leisure portfolio a decade later in 2008. Like the Parks course, the Lakes benefits from an extensive landscaping and a planting program of more than 3,000 trees.

In 2016 the course was redesigned to produce a better flow and add more variety for golfers, notably with the introduction of some ‘dog leg’ holes which came into play in May 2017.

Although the Par was subsequently reduced to 68, the blend of holes coupled with the smaller and sometimes tricky greens really add to the challenge, and appeal to all levels of golfer.

Why not Play and Stay?

In addition to the great golfing facilities we have, there are some beautiful sights and attractions in East Yorkshire, so why not make a few days of it and use the time you're not playing golf to visit the local areas.

We have carefully selected a number of hotels and guest houses in our region that offer great comfort and excellent service for the duration of your stay.

You're not tied to our selected hotels and guest houses in any way. You're free to book either these or any others that would suit you.

If you're unsure about where to stay, or would like some advice, please get in touch and we'll be more than happy to guide you to ensure you have the best golfing holiday possible.

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