Kilton Forest

Designer: Dean Lowdon

Course Description:

Located in Nottinghamshire, England Kilton Forest offers a decent challenge for high and low handicappers alike. There are certainly birdies, and even the odd eagle, to be had here but with some narrow fairways and potentially tricky greens accuracy is the key to success and the risk/reward 18th can make or break a round.

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
No hosted tournaments for this course.

Other Courses by Dean Lowdon

Course Name Theme Par
Interlaken Alpine 71
Sierra Vista Desert 71
Dainton Park Harvest 72
Le Golf National Countryside 71
Windermere Country Club Countryside 72
Lac de Verde Golf Club Rural 71
TGC @ Kettle Moraine Boreal 70
Arden Hills 2015 Course Boreal 72
Lake Starnberg 2015 Course Alpine 72
Pine Mountain Resort (Winter) Alpine 71
Dallowgill Old Course Harvest 71
Cherry Lakes Resort Harvest 72
Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club Desert 71
Sherwood Forest Retreat Harvest 27
Hook Island Delta 71
Lochmead Highlands Highlands 72
Kilton Paradiso Tropical 71
Sunset Valley Golf Club Desert 71
Doolough Manor Highlands 71
Doolough Manor Black Tees Highlands 71
Kilsbergen Skog Boreal 71
Interlaken Imperial Swiss 71
Whitefish Mountain Winter 71
Lac de Verde Club de Golf Rustic 71
Interlaken Imperial Black Swiss 71
Crooked Stick Harvest 72
TGC@ Scottsdale Silverado Desert 71
Clube Olimpico Rocinha Delta 71
Le Golf National 2016 Countryside 71
Tvismark Golf Klub Highlands 72
Karlstad Golfklubb Winter 71
Le Golf National Countryside 71
Harvest Hills Par 3 Course Harvest 27
Royal Doolough Highlands 71
Interlaken Imperial Swiss 71
Kilsbergen Skog 2017 Boreal 71
Wangsa Maju Resort Tropical 70

Member Reviews:

Kilton Forest Country Club is a Par71 with a little more than 7000 yards, built within the Boreal Theme. Having played a lot of very tough courses lately, this one was definitely a nice change as it is on the (very) easy side.

It is actually quiet flatish, having almost no differences in altitude. But that's okay, because the general hole layout/design is quiet diversified, also regarding the length of the holes. Just a little bit of everything! The greens and pin positions are not tricked up at all, you can almost shoot at all pins directly. Just do your "maths" right!

Altough they didn't come into (my) play, I really liked what the course designer did with the bunkers. Right spots mostly, decent depth, really good work there.

The one thing I'd criticise the most at Kilton Forest CC is that it looked like some of the rough sections were auto-generated, resulting in some transitions/blendings not looking so good (as you might be used to from many other courses).

Summary: It was really fun to play this course. You can go really, really low here. I'd say it's maybe a little bit too easy to make it a tour worthy course (even for the lower tours). But for a fun round with/against your friends, this course is definitely worth a try.
Reviewed by: Thomas Oberholzer on 5/23/2015
Great course for some fun low scoring rounds, great design some narrow landing areas on a couple shots if the wind is blowing. I think it's a bit too easy for the tours but definitely worth checking out a few times and playing greens were nicely laid out and nice bunkering.
Reviewed by: Mitch Kiser on 5/27/2015