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Winter Wedding Open Evening

You are invited to… Greetham Valley’s Winter Wedding Open Evening on Thursday 24th November 2016 6pm to 8pm Enjoy complimentary sparkling wine and delectable handmade canapés while we showcase our fabulous Rutland wedding venue! The lovely people from Lily King will beautifully dress our banqueting suite, music will be provided by James from JH Roadshow Disco…

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Greetham Valley Wedding Open Evening

You are invited to… Greetham Valley’s Wedding Open Evening on Thursday 28th July 6pm to 8pm Enjoy complimentary sparkling wine and delectable canapes while we showcase our fabulous Rutland wedding venue! Entry is free, everyone is welcome – brides and grooms, excited mums, bewildered dads, in-laws, out-laws, bridesmaids and best men! Mitch, our wedding co-ordinator,…

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Pro’s Tip of the Week

Ball Unplayable Rule 28  – we all sometimes hit the ball into trouble or get the occasional unlucky lie. By understanding the ‘Ball Unplayable Rule 28’ it can really help to reduce your scores. Rule 28 states: The player may deem his ball unplayable at any place on the course, except when the ball is in…

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Ladies Spring Group Coaching  

If you are just getting started with golf or have a high handicap and just want to improve, then this ladies group coaching class might just be the opportunity you have been waiting for! It’s a great way to pick up tips and meet new people in a relaxed and friendly  environment. Learning as a…

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Head Chef making waves…

Our new Head Chef, Martin Carter, brings to Greetham Valley a wealth of experience on 5* cruise ships and 5* Caribbean resorts and his re-development this Spring of our Restaurant and Lounge Bar menus seems to have excited everybody’s tastebuds! With innovative twists on old favourites and some simply superb new ideas, Martin and his kitchen…

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This week’s tip from the Golf Pro

Do you slice the golf ball? If your ball starts down the left and often finishes right of target then you are slicing the golf ball (opposite for a left hander). Whilst there are several contributing factors that cause a slice, a very common cause is a poor grip. When you think about it the…

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From the greens 16th March

Well from a quiet week last week to full on this week! Key focus is on tees, we are vertidraining them, following by cutting then hollowcoring. This will be then be followed with overseeding the bare areas. Then finally a slow release fertiliser will be applied, which will supply the turf’s needs for 5 months….

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From the greens 16th February

Well, winter has finally arrived! Not sure how long it will last but it’s nice to have a few frosty mornings and clear sunny days. The first image shows Alex and Gareth using the leaf blowers to clear the greens of yesterday’s light dusting of snow. With the new golfing season just around the corner I…

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Roger Begy OBE

It is with great sadness that we advise Greetham Valley members of the passing, on Monday 1st February 2016, of Roger Begy OBE, at the age of 72, after a short battle with cancer. Roger was Greetham Valley’s first Club Captain for 1992 and 1993 and first President, with Mary Hodgkinson as Ladies’ President, from…

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What to do in Rutland in Autumn

We all know that Autumn can be a mixed bag when it comes to the weather, so it’s a great idea to have a few things lined up that are great for both rainy and sunny days. Our guide to visiting Rutland in Autumn has something for everyone – nature lovers, families and those simply…

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