The Leicestershire Golf Club welcomes visitors, including Societies, as well as an excellent course our clubhouse offers visitors superb dining from bar snacks to three course meals. All of this can be enjoyed with great panoramic views of the course.
Below you can find details of our green fees and dress code, however for further information regarding booking packages and menus for societies and groups please contact our Secretary' Office by clicking here.
Most Recent Testimonial
"In June 2014 the Leicestershire & Rutland Ladies County Golf Association was honoured to host the England Golf Midlands North Inter County Week. Our chosen venue was The Leicestershire Golf Club.
The event, which is run over 5 days, with a practice round on the Sunday prior to the start, produces a winning county to go forward to the All England final later in the year.
Teams from the 6 counties play 36 holes every day - Foursomes in the morning and singles in the afternoon. Each day the Clubhouse was open at 6.30 , serving breakfasts for the competitors. Lunch was available for competitors and visitors and the day ended with dinner.
The organisation of the event over many months was made so much easier by working with the professional and enthusiastic staff of the club. We all worked together as a team and communication was excellent.
The end result was simply a magnificent tournament, professionally and efficiently run, comfortable in the knowledge that neither the Association nor TLGC had left any stone unturned.
The venue lends itself to such a large event which needs a variety of facilities- meeting rooms, dining and lounge areas, office space and practice facilities.
The course was outstanding. The Greens staff worked tirelessly throughout the week.
The catering and bar service was first class.. The presentation and delivery of the food and beverages was of the highest standard.
The professional was always on hand to support and help.
The support and service from the office was without doubt the best we have ever experienced. They were there when we arrived at 7am and did not leave until we did. Nothing was ever too much trouble.
The feedback we received from all our competitors and visitors was what we wanted to achieve - an excellence of service in all areas of delivery. We couldn't have done this without the great team at TLGC.
This was truly a week etched in our memories for all the right reasons!! We are delighted to be able to recommend The Leicestershire GC to others."
Golfers should walk from the main car park, through the committee car park and round the club house via the footpath adjacent to the 18th green. The main, upper, entrance is more convenient for dining functions. The course-side path leads to the Professional's shop and office, access to the Gentlemen's and the Ladies locker rooms is via the entrance door between the Office and the Professional's Shop. The Ladies locker room is immediately on the left as you enter the Clubhouse.The Gentlemen's locker room is to the right. Both rooms have a fingerprint security access system which can be accessed by arrangement with the Secretary on arrival. Visitors are requested not to take golfing equipment into the main clubhouse area of the building.
All golf fees are payable prior to commencement of play. Group Organisers should contact the Professional on arrival to confirm numbers playing, tee time and any other arrangements including payment of golf fees. Any discrepancies will be discussed with the Club Secretary.
The practice putting green is adjacent to the Professional's Shop. The 1st tee and practice ground is along the path past the Professional’s Shop. Tokens for the driving range can be purchased from the Professional and his staff.
Golf Course and Practice Area
Members and Visitors are required to conform to the Club’s Dress Code which maintains a high standard of smart conventional golf and casual clothes. Should your dress, or that of your guest(s), be considered inappropriate our staff have been instructed to discreetly bring it to your attention.
A clean and smart appearance is expected on the course at all times, with proper golfing attire being worn whether playing or not. These rules apply to male visitors, lady visitors should see the ladies section of the website for dress code information.
- Recognised smart conventional golfing attire.
- Gentlemen may wear tailored shorts (cut above the knee), Socks must be worn with shorts, which, if long must be of a single plain colour. Short socks must be above ankle height and predominantly white in colour, although a single solid colour is also acceptable.
- Collarless shirts designed specifically for golf may be worn
- The following items of clothing are NOT acceptable
- Denim Wear
- Cargo Pants (trousers or shorts with pockets on the legs)
- Track Suits, Jogging Suits and variants of these
- Collarless Tee Shirts
- Shirts outside trousers are not to be worn on the course
- Caps should not be worn the wrong way round (i.e. the peak at the back)
- Trainer liner socks with shorts.
- Changing shoes and clothes on the CAR PARK or PRACTICE AREA is not permitted (Always use the Locker Rooms)
LOUNGE BAR AREA
- Smart Casual
- Shirts outside trousers are not permitted.
- A change of clothes, from those having played golf in, is preferred. However, there is no objection to golf clothes being worn providing they are not dirty or wet.
- No golf shoes or headgear are allowed but shoes and socks must be worn.
- The wearing of outdoor clothing is not permitted.
- Smart Casual
- Shirts outside trousers are not permitted.
- The Captain or Lady Captain may occasionally relax the Dress Code at their discretion.
- The Dress Code for a particular function may be stipulated.
- Training Shoes and Open Sandals/Shoes are not permitted
- Shoes worn without socks are not permitted
The above rules apply to all members, junior players and visitors. However, where Ladies conventional golf clothing differs, then this is acceptable providing the Ladies Committee have agreed such variations.
The use of mobile phones is only permitted in the Locker Rooms and on the area of the Car Park. In all other areas their use is strictly prohibited. The only exception to this rule is when a mobile phone is used to contact the Emergency Services or to report a medical emergency. Please ensure your mobile phone is switched off at all times. STAFF may discreetly use their mobile phones providing it is in the course of their normal business duties.