Carlisle Golf Club (founded 1908) is less than ½ a mile from M6 J43. It is situated amongst mature trees in gently undulating parkland and is one of the most attractive courses in northernEngland providing a test for any golfer. The R & A brought Regional Qualifying to Carlisle on 6 occasions commencing 1996, the first Club in Cumbria to be so honoured. The English Golf Union (EGU) also rate the Club highly and brought the English seniors Championship to Carlisle in 2010.
Host to the English Seniors Championship. Situated along the banks of the River Eden with beautiful views of the Lake District and Pennine fells, tight tree lined fairways and numerous natural waterhazards mark this course out as a great test of golf.
It is located 5 minutes from Carlisle City centre and is easy to find from junction 43 off the M6. The course is bordered by 2 rivers on 3 sides, which cause some tricky shots over and around water.The front 9 holes feature open, but undulating fairways, with the tree lined back 9 holes becoming very much narrower and trickier.
Scene of some of the most memorable moments in Open Championship History. The Ailsa is a legend and has hosted the Open Championship four times, the most famous occasion being the Duel in the Sunbetween Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson in 1977. The oldest Golf Course in the world and widely known as the 'Home of Golf' A trip to play golf in Scotland would not be complete without a guaranteed tee time at the Old Course. Golf Vacations UK can arrange this for you.
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