Located in a mature part of the Leverhulme Estate at the heart of the Wirral Peninsula, Bromborough is renowned as a hidden gem of a Golf Course; "Wirral's Parkland Jewel®". For over 100 yearsgolfers have been tackling the distinctive 18 holes that play between 6300 and 6600 yards depending on the tees used. Its quality can be evidenced by its selection to host the English Amateur Matchplay Championship in 2005, English Men's Seniors Championship 2003 and the Cheshire Matchplay in 2010.
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Situated in a picturesque area of the Wirral, overlooking the River Mersey, we provide a fine test of golf that won't leave you fatigued or your legs weary. Rated as Outstanding and in the Top 100 inthe UK, we have a mature parkland course with plenty of natural hazards that will excite you, frustrate you, and if you keep your concentration, ultimately reward you. Our greens in particular are well guarded so your iron play will be tested to the full.
The Oaks is known for its warm and friendly welcome from everyone involved with the club and we look forward to welcoming you. The re-furbished contemporary clubhouse allows golfers and friends of theclub to relax in comfortable surroundings that have a touch of elegance. Pull up a chair in the Club bar and enjoy the big sports event of the day or settle in the Main bar with its panoramic views over the course and enjoy any of the fine meals that are on offer in the restaurant.
A meadowland course on two levels contained within a loop of the river Dee, the club overlooks Chester Race course, is less than a mile from the City Centre, and has fine views of the Welsh Hills. Thetree lined fairways lead the player to some of the best greens in Cheshire with sufficient variety to suit all levels of golfer. Although the club boasts a full program of club and inter-club competitions, there are still sufficient times available for friendly golf on our peaceful course.
Here at Bidston Golf Club we hope that, both visitors and members alike find the site useful in accessing information regarding our Golf Course and Club facilities. Bidston Golf Club is renownedthroughout the Wirral and the North West as a friendly and welcoming Golf Club and we pride ourselves on the quality of our Golf Course and regularly receive commendations from visitors on its condition, and in particular, the quality of the Greens.
Dudley Golf Club was actually established by Snooker Players from the Dudley Institute Snooker Club off Penny Lane. These were all Shopkeepers who played their golf on a Wednesday and who then went onto use the Conservative Club in Heath Road for their Competition Room. Eventually, the Allerton Manor Club House was formed by using the Old Stables, which initially had no ceiling, but after a floor had been put on the first level the building became more familiar as we know it.
Number Fifteen is a former merchant's house situated in the prestigious Stanley Road conservation area of Hoylake. It has been tastefully renovated to offer premium bed and breakfast accommodation ina stunning location. Number Fifteen overlooks the Royal Liverpool Golf Course, home of The Open Championship 2014, and offers fabulous, uninterrupted views of the course. The panorama stretches from the world-famous clubhouse to the Dee Estuary.
Creative Golf Design, as the name suggests, aims to provide imaginative yet practical solutions for golf course projects. Drawing inspiration from the best of the classic golf courses, and combiningthis with innovative ideas and state-of-the-art construction techniques, we tailor the golf course design to meet the unique characteristics of the site and the Client brief.
A links course situated on the shoreline of the north coast of the Wirral peninsula, located just a mile from Junction one of the M53, the course is easily accessible from all parts of the region.With superb panoramic views extending from the mountains of North Wales and across Liverpool Bay towards the Lake District, the modern Clubhouse provides a fine venue in which to enjoy an excellent range of food and refreshments.