Located just south of the market town of Lutterworth, the course is set in rolling countryside. The club places an emphasis on maintaining the course in good condition and the greens are currently considered as among the best in the county. With plenty of established trees and an ongoing tree planting programme, the presence of a number of ponds and the meandering river Swift, the course places a premium on accuracy. The course is a good test of golf and there are a number of holes worthy of a special mention. The par 3 4th with the river Swift on the left requires an accurate tee shot as bailing out to the right leaves a very tricky shot to the narrow green. The long par 4 8th requires a long straight drive to give any chance of going for the green in two. The par 4 14th is a slight dogleg left and is protected by strategic bunkers and trees. Two good shots are needed to reach the narrow elevated green in regulation. The par 3 15th looks easy and is guarded by a tree on the left, a small pond and a new pot bunker – a par is always good here. Take a deep breath on the 16th, a sharp left hand dogleg with out of bounds on the left, a good drive and you are OK, but this hole has wrecked many a good card.