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R.A.F. Waddington Golf Club, Lincolnshire. (1950s – 2015)

The club first appeared in the 1950s and was started by a group of national servicemen. The more organised club was stated as being formed in 1972.

Visitors were allowed if accompanied by an R.A.F. member. Locker rooms, bar and restaurant.

The course closed in 2015.

Entry from the 1982 Golfer’s Handbook; Membership of 60; secretary, Sgt. B Hughes; 18-holes, 5,094 yards, SSS of 68; amateur course record, 73; visitors, £1.

In the mid 1980s the secretary was Flight Lieutenant Tull.

In 1988 the secretary was Sgt. D Mellor; membership of 45; 18-holes, 5,223 yards, SSS of 66; amateur course record, T Graham, 68; visitors £2.

In the early 1990s the secretary was Sgt. A Rana; membership of 70.

In 1998 it was stated as being found in 1972. Listed as a nine-hole course, 5,558 yards, SSS of 69. Green fees, £4.

In the later years the secretary was Kevin Farquhar. Nine-hole course on the airfield measuring 5,107 yards (men,) 4,859 yards (ladies,) par 70. Green fees, £7.


R.A.F. Waddington Golf Club, Lincolnshire. Scorecard.


R.A.F. Waddington Golf Club, Lincolnshire. Picture of the golf course.