Lindrick Golf Club
Lindrick Golf Club is a private golf club located in Nottinghamshire, England. It was founded in 1901 and is considered one of the finest courses in the region. The club is known for hosting several high-profile golf tournaments, including the 1957 Ryder Cup. Lindrick features a challenging 18-hole course designed by golf architect Harry Colt, with a variety of holes and features that provide a test for golfers of all skill levels. The club also offers amenities such as a clubhouse, pro shop, and dining facilities for its members.