About Us
Hickleton Golf Club is located in open countryside in the heart of South Yorkshire between the towns of Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley, yet only three miles from junction 37 of the A1(M).

The original 9-hole course was founded in 1909 with the current 18-hole layout opening in 1976, which was designed by the Ryder Cup players Neil Coles and Brian Huggett. Since 1976 the course has been developed into one of the finest and challenging courses in the South Yorkshire region. The course is an undulating parkland course with tree-lined fairways and fantastic panoramic views over South Yorkshire and the eastern Pennines. In the words of many visitors to Hickleton: 'a superb course with magnificent scenery.'

Ashley Lerigo - PGA Golf Professional
Ashley Has joined us from nearby Rotherham Golf club where he spent 5 1/2 years working as assistant. This is his 1st role as a Head Professional he has over 16 years experience in the industry and is looking forward to working at Hickleton golf club. Our resident PGA qualified golf professional, provides a first class teaching service, offering playing lessons on the course or one on one and group lessons (using different types of teaching aids including video lessons). You can take advantage of our excellent practise facilities, including areas for woods, long irons, bunkers, short game and putting.

Nyle Challinor - PGA Assistant Professional
Nyle has joined the team from Doncaster Town Moor. From turning professional in 2014, Nyle spend most of his time working in Nottingham. He worked as a Get into Golf Coordinator with England Golf in Nottingham which helped hundreds of people start up golf. Nyle's passion for coaching and encouraging juniors to play golf will no doubt be an asset at Hickleton GC.

My Poll

Out of the following golfers, who is most likely to dominate golf over the next decade?

  • 1Justin Thomas
  • 2Rory McIlroy
  • 3Jon Rahm
  • 4Dustin Johnson
  • 5Brooks Koepka
  • 6Bryson DeChambeau

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