Beauchief Golf Club
Abbey Lane,
Sheffield, South Yorkshire S8 0DB
Tel : +44 (0)114 235 3446

Beauchief Golf Club, founded in 1925, functions independently of the owners of the course, Sheffield City Council, but works closely with them and with any course manager appointed by them. The Club encourages all who come to the course to join the Club so they may: learn to play the game correctly to long-established rules; learn the etiquette; know how to take care of the course; and enter competitions to improve their ability.

Signposted turning from Abbey Lane just east of its junction with Abbeydale Road South.

Further Information
Bookings :- +44 (0)114 236 7274
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Course Details

Course Name: Beauchief Holes: 18 Yardage: 5469 SSS: 66

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Accomodation in the Area:
Beauchief Hotel
Abbeydale Road South
Sheffield 7, South Yorkshire
Tel: +44 (0)114 262 0500 Fax:

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Sophie Fletcher 08/01

    Sophie Fletcher wrote on: Jul 31, 2001

    Beuchief is a great golf course, with friendly staff willing to help. The course provides many hours of good entertainment for all standards from beginners to professionals. The course is well laid out, with a variety of different challenges from getting over streams and lakes to keeping your ball on the fairway and in-bounds. The par of the course is only 67 yet don't think that makes the course easy as many people struggle to get a good score. The course only has 1 par 5, but do not be put off because there are many very long par four's. There are also many tricky par threes with little space to land the ball onto the green. After good days golf, you can relax and put your feet up while having a beer or something to eat.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Michael Brown 10/00

    Michael Brown wrote on: Sep 30, 2000

    This is a very nice course with good scenery but avoid it when its rained because it gets VERY boggy! The facilities are old but reasonable. A very nice but small pro shop. Only problem is that there is only one par5. A tough first hole with a drive uphill to narrow fairway and a couple of tough par3's holes 9 and 10, a 230yard uphill to the green hole and a 150yard over a lake to an elevated green. Also in wet conditions there is a lot of temporary greens so putting is especially difficult on very uneven surfaces. But overall a very nice course and a very enjoyable day out. I am looking forward to returning to the course later in the year when it has dried out.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Keith Smith, hdcp 15 04/00

    Keith Smith, hdcp 15 wrote on: Mar 31, 2000

    The course starts well with an uphill drive frighten everybody except Chris Bonnington. The first four holes are interesting, if even for just trying to keep your ball on one of Sheffields seven hills. Then it flattens out with little more than a stream to keep up the interest, then just as you start to wish you had gone elsewhere the 10th, a very difficult par 3 over a lake and then the hill is back in play and the course becomes more challenging. With especially the 16th and 18th an interesting run in. Note can be very waterlogged. The facilities are minimal but none the worst for that.