Normanby Hall Golf Course is delighted to be able to offer the opportunity to members and local businesses to sponsor our tees. Sponsorship provides an excellent and unique opportunity for businesses to advertise on the course to our existing 250 members, and 18,000 visitors per year. It will also give you the unique opportunity of featuring on our social media pages. Sponsorship fees will be invested directly into the course enhancement programme.


The package you will receive as a sponsor will include the following benefits:

  • Advertisement on a new hardwood, twin post sign
  • 12 courtesy four balls (per annum) for employees or clients
  • Invite to the annual sponsors competition including buffet and presentation
  • 2 x function room hire (per annum) for corporate events / meetings

Find out more

For more information on how to become a valued tee sponsor view or download the sponsorship brochure.

Alternatively, please contact or call 01724 720226.

First hole: Chestnuts

The opening hole consists of a left hand dog leg from tee to green with strategically placed copses on both sides of the fairway. The premium being on a straight drive leaving a short iron to the elevated green.

Second hole: Woodside

There are four bunkers protecting the green: an accurate shot is required because of the surrounding woodland.

Third hole: Devil’s Elbow

For the handicapped golfer this is the most difficult par four on the course due to the 90° dog leg 200 yards from the tee. No corner cutting is possible owing to the height of the firs on the left: second shot has to carry the beck to the well protected elevated green.

Fourth hole: Kestrels 

A fairly easy par four best approach to the green from the left hand side of the fairway: sloping green lies in a hollow with the protected bunkers hidden from view.

Fifth hole: Hawthorns

The drive over the beck is from an elevated tee with 70 yard carry to the fairway. The hole plays a slightly dog leg due to the strategically placed bunker 220 yards from the tee.

Sixth hole: Long Way Back

This is the first par five. An accurate tee shot needed because of the beck and trees running the length of the hole on the left and the bunker on the right. An accurate second shot needed to avoid the bunker in the centre of the fairway 100 yards short of the green.

Seventh hole: Twin Traps

This is the most difficult hole on the course. The drive is into a bottleneck 20 yards wide between two bunkers 230 yards from the tee. The wood and beck is on the right and heavy rough on the left. The McKenzie Green is offset to the fairway protected by hillocks and bunkers.

Eighth hole: Thru-The-Gap

The most difficult par three played through an avenue of trees over the beck to another well protected McKenzie Green.

Ninth hole: Pigeon Court

A long carry to the fairway places you in position to navigate the right hand dog leg. The second shot to be played into the left hand side of the fairway: this then allows a view of the green which is protected by a large bunker 35 yards short of the green, back dropped by pine trees.

Tenth hole: The Oaks

The beautifully positioned tee half surrounded by pines presents a deceptively open fairway when in fact the drive must be placed to the left or right to negotiate the tree positioned 80 yards short of the green.

Eleventh hole: Bridle Path

A difficult par four out of bounds down the left hand side: slight dog leg to the left: a large Elm tree 220 yards from the tee leaves a down hill approach to the well protected elevated green.

Twelth Hole: Double Trouble

An accurate drive is demanded from an elevated tee because of the out of bounds and bunker on the left and the trees, beck and bunker on the right. The second shot can either be placed down the line of the drive or over the trees and beck to the alternative fairway making sure to avoid the bunker.

Thirteenth hole: Spring Tee

A straight forward par three hole over the beck to a hidden green, surrounded by bunkers with only the top of the flag visible.

Fourteenth hole: Bagmoor

This is the first of the very good finishing holes. An accurate drive is called for because of the out of bounds on the left and the beck on the right. Further complications are the bunkers positioned 230 yards from the tee. The offset green should be approached from the right hand side of the fairway which rises gradually from tee to green.

Fifteenth hole: Quarryside

This hole is very similar to the previous one, being uphill from tee to green with out of bounds on the left. The hole is made more difficult by the two grass bunkers 230 yards from the tee which forces a dog leg.

Sixteenth hole: The Alley

A straight forward par three with a McKenzie Green surrounded by bunkers.

Seventeenth hole: Ridgeway

This is a genuine par five unreachable in two by even the best. A long carry to the fairway out of bounds along the left with copses, heavy rough and fairway bunker on the right. A feature of the hole is the strategically placed grass bunker 160 yards from the green which demands carrying the bunker distance to avoid a blind shot to the green.

Eighteenth hole: Peacocks

A magnificent finishing hole. Tee set among the trees presenting the player with a slight right hand dog leg round a copse of trees and once again a strategically placed bunkers 200 yards from the tee on the right and out of bounds running down the left hand side. The second shot is played to a well guarded elevated green set against the background of the magnificently positioned Club House.