We apologise for the unavalability of our website over the past few weeks but this was due to a hacker installing malicious scripts onto the pages through our FTP server. The course was originally runand maintained by Durham Council until a takeover by the members in July 2011. This golf course stands on the site of the old West Pelton Colliery ( Handen Hold Pit ). The first shaft was sunk in 1860. Old mine plans show that the area had been worked for coal prior to 1777.
If you have played Hexham you will need no persuasion about the merits of the course. If you haven't, you have a treat in store! A traditional parkland course on fast draining land on the south sideof the River Tyne, Hexham Golf Club is a tough enough test of golf to regularly host County events, yet at 6,301 from the medal tees it is enjoyable for club golfers of all standards.
Golf is a wonderful game: it all started out with a simple stick and a rock. Man took these two items and decided to create a way to entertain himself. After all, what else was there to do for funbefore the 15th century that didn't involve beheadings and fighting wars? We hope our website will provide you with an informative portal into the world of golf in the north east, and throughout all of England.
The superb 18 hole golf course extends over 145 acres and with its picturesque setting and wonderful panoramic views of the surrounding area, it is an extremely pleasant course to play. Find BlackwellGrange Golf Course in the North East of England, just 2 miles from Darlington town centre, in County Durham.
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One of the most mature, challenging and interesting courses in Northumberland. Situated on the outskirts of the friendly seaport of Blyth, the 18 hole tree lined parkland course with scenic waterfeatures, boasts some of the finest greens in Northumberland. The first six holes are a test for any golfer, then the challenge begins.
Hartlepool Golf Club is situated on the North East Coast of England within sight and sound of the sea. Hartlepool hosted the Tall Ships Race during 2010. Hartlepool has easy access from A1 via A19.Major towns withins easy reach are Newcastle, Sunderland and Middlesbrough, York is also easily accessible. From spring to autumn the course is ablaze with the colour of wild flowers.
Since it's opening in 1906, the course has seen a number of layout changes in its 100+ years, and our green keepers are regularly commended for the excellent 'all year round' course conditions. Ourcourse is popular with golfers of all abilities, and we are proud to have both local community members and those that travel to Newcastle to take advantage of the course and it's facilities.
Durham's highest rated AA and 4 Star hotel on TripAdvisor. Set in a unique location within 350 acres of private grounds and surrounded by two 18 hole Championship golf courses, extensive gardens andan award winning restaurant offering one of the finest dining venues in Durham. Formerly the home of the Pemberton family, Ramside Hall was transformed into a hotel in 1963.
We are privileged to have a great golf course with modern clubhouse facilities that combine the best of tradition with a firm eye on the future. To visitors: I doubt you will find a more enjoyableexample of a heath land course in the North of England.
I have played golf from the age of 12, Club Champion of Eyemouth in 1998 and Club Champion of Goswick in 2003. As an Amateur golfer I played in the North Northumberland League from the age of 15 forMagdalene Fields Golf Club and later for Goswick Golf Club. I also represented Eyemouth Golf Club in the Scottish Borders League and Aberdeen University in the Scottish University matches.
During the 2015 season, we will, on Wednesday 27 May, be hosting the Durham County Golf Union Boys Under 14 Championship with the Durham County Boys and Boys Under 16 Championship taking place onSaturday 6 June. We are also hosting Durham County Ladies Golf Association Junior Girls Appleby Bowl on Sunday 24 May and the Durham County Junior Golf Society on Thursday 28 May.
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Lovingly blended into the countryside surrounding Lumley Castle and meandering along the banks of the River Wear, the mature and mainly parkland course at Chester-le-Street overlooks the EmiratesDurham International Cricket Ground to the West, with fells and hills beyond. Mature woodland surrounds most of the Eastern boundaries.
With spectacular scenery taking in Berwick to the North, the sea and Lindisfarne to the East and looking out to the Cheviot Hills over the Glendale Valley and beyond the Borders into Scotland, this 18tee, Par 72 course occupies the high ground known as Dod Law.
Our purpose built 9 hole short Course is located on the outskirts of the beautiful and historic Durham City and is in easy travelling distance from all the regions primary routes. If your golf is notup to scratch, we have Two friendly professional's who will be able to coach you along. Booking is required in advance for this.
In winter, our guests play to original greens (no temporaries here) from dedicated grass winter tees. Selected as an Open Qualifying course, we are confident your day with us will leave you with manyhappy memories. Goswick, a Championship Golf Course in every sense of the word, is situated six miles south of the beautiful and historic town of Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland, on the east side of the A1, and an hour from Newcastle and Edinburgh.
Situated between Sunderland and Washington, nestling in the shadow of Penshaw monument on the southern side of the river Wear, lies one of the oldest parkland courses and one of the most successfuland picturesque in the North East of England. Interesting fact - Wearside Golf Club is among a small number of golf clubs in Britain that start with a par 3 and finish with a par 5 travelling away from the clubhouse.
The Club was formed on 4th June 1892 at a meeting in Lockharts Cocoa Rooms in Clayton Street, Newcastle. The first records in the Golfing Journal of the time show it as being named NEWCASTLE UNITEDWORKMEN'S GOLF CLUB which signified that it was for the benefit of all classes, not only the rich and titled, and the spirit of friendship continues to this day. Many people believe that we have connections with the other club of that name namely, the football club.
South Shields Golf Club, established in 1893, is situated on coastal heathland, in the shadow of Cleadon water tower, a local landmark, which can be seen for miles around. At 6263 yards, the courseprovides a fair test of golf for players of all abilities. The course is noted for its fine greens, easy walking and magnificent views all round, particularly over the Tyne estuary, north to the Cheviot hills and south over Wearside to the Cleveland Hills.