Bowring Park Golf Club
Bowring Park, Roby Road, Huyton,
Knowsley, Merseyside L36 4HD
Tel : +44 (0)151 489 1901
Bowring Park Golf Club, the first municipal golf course in England, is within the grounds of Bowring Park, a as a leisure and recreational park built on land donated to the people of Liverpool by the Bowring family in 1907. The original 9 hole hole course of 1913 has since been lengthened to 18 holes.
The Society for the Friends of Bowring Park was founded on 2nd March 1989 with the object of protecting Bowring Park and adjacent open spaces and assisting with the restoration of amenities in Bowring Park.
During 1998, the course, club house and general facilities underwent refurbishment. The fairways and greens were brought up to the standards. At the time of writing however, catering and changing facilities were unavailable. Fees are very reasonable, as might be expected of a municipal course.
9 km north of Liverpool. M62 Junction 5
Public course managed by Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council For more information on Bowring Park Golf Club see www.kn owsley.gov.uk/contract/golf/index.html
|Course Name: Bowring Park Holes: 18 Yardage: 5592 SSS: 66|
|Bowring Park is a parkland course which integrates a number of golfing experiences with a well balanced mixture of par 3 & 4 holes. However, all 18 holes offer a good experience for all abilities. Though not unduly long the course provides a test to all but the straightest of hitters.
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