Nene Park Golf Club

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One Great Club – Two Great Courses


Formed in 2013 as an amalgamation of Thorpe Wood and Orton Meadows Golf Clubs, we aim to offer golfers in Peterborough and the surrounding areas a refreshing new approach to golf membership.

Cost-Effective, Friendly Golf


Based at the East of England’s two premier pay and play courses, we can give golfers of all abilities membership of a recognised golf club. Our aim is to make golf more affordable, without the fees, rules and regulations associated with private clubs. You can control the cost of playing golf to suit your needs, by selecting one of our “pay and play” or “green fee inclusive” options. 


Registered with England Golf, our members acquire and maintain an official handicap. We hold competitions and matches every week, open to everyone from the social texas scrambler, the regular competition and team player, to serious scratch players. Whatever your age, gender, handicap or ability, everyone is welcome and we encourage you to take part.



               NENE PARK GOLF CLUB CAPTAINS 2021-2022

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Nigel Richards

Club Captain

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Steve Parker

Seniors Captain

Karen Hiles

Lady Captain


Welcome to the  online home of Nene Park Golf Club,.  The website  will be the hub of all going on within the Golf Club. You are able to see fixtures, match results and download entry forms for our open competitions.and membership application forms

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Members wishing to obtain a handicap are required to submit 3 scorecards indicating the gross score at each hole for rounds of golf played from any tees (as long as which is clearly marked on the card) on either the Thorpe Wood or the Orton Meadows course but not a combination of the two courses.  These cards may be submitted for 9 or 18 holes, or any combination of the two but must be for a minimum of 54 holes.  The player's name is to be clearly recorded in the box for Player A and his score for each hole is to be recorded in column A of the scorecard. The Marker's name (printed) and handicap is to be recorded, legibly, in the box for Player B. The Marker must have a competition handicap. be a member of NPGC and know the rules of golf.  Each card should be dated and marked “For Handicap”.

The cards must be signed by the player and marker in the appropriate places at the bottom of the card. Retain the first and second cards until the third one is completed,  Members are to email high quality easily readable photos of the 3 cards to scorecards.npgc@gmail,com and  submitted within a six month period.  The cards are not to be handed in.  Members will be advised by email when their handicap is allocated so an email must be provided.

Should you require further information please contact either of the individuals below:

Iain Caville           Club Handicap Secretary     07775 617767 

Karen Ivens              Ladies Handicap Secretary      01733 238426

Bob Morris               Seniors Handicap Secretary    01733 649015 



You will also be allotted a unique ID number known as a CDH No (Central Database of Handicaps)   which is held in the computer software and which will automatically update your handicap record as and when you play at Home or Away.




The Club holds a number of individual medal, stableford and trophy competitions throughout the year. Entry to all these competitions is via the PSi monitor located in the Driving Range at Thorpe Wood and by a similar monitor in Golf Reception at Orton Meadows. New members will be advised how to use the booking system and the inputting of results after playing in a competition. In addition, the Club has access to a website  and this enables members to book into Club competitions, and to view results without the need to visit the courses.




Throughout the summer months the Club plays matches, both home and away, against other Clubs in the area. Although some of these fixtures are for the lower handicap player, the majority are for other members with higher handicaps. In addition, there are mixed matches and also matches for seniors aged 55 years and above. Sign-up sheets for matches are on the respective notice boards at the two courses