Burgham Park Golf and Leisure Club
Nr Felton, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 9QP
Tel : 01670 787898 Fax : 01670 787164
E-mail: info@burghampark.co.uk
Website: wwww.burghampark.co.uk

22 miles north of Newcastle, 1/2 mile off the A1

A great golfing experience

19th hole bar & restaurant on the first floor overlooks the 18th. Also there is an excellent spike bar.

Course Details

Course Name: the Aidan course Holes: 18 Yardage: 6804 SSS: 72
The maturing parkland course set in the beautiful rolling nothumbrian hills with stunning views is a challenging round of golf for all abilities

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

press here for Golfer Reviews of the the Aidan course Course

Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • opening times

    tony fairley wrote on: Mar 22, 2004

    why does the clubhouse close when it is stll daylight..and there are still people on the course..three times over the winter months we have came off the course to find the clubhouse closed,those of us who have lockers find it particularly annoying because we cant put our clubs away..the new owners are doing a great job regarding course improvments,,,but do they have to penny pinch at the other end at close while people are still on the course


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mark Snaith 12/01

    Mark Snaith wrote on: Nov 30, 2001

    Burgham park major winners 2001.
    Club Champion Richard D Gander.
    Scratch up Jessie James
    Pairs Cup Steve Dodd Freddy Snaith
    Handicap Cup Dr Tim Mather
    Well done to all competitors we hope that the course will become one of the best in the county within the next few years.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Valerie Snaith 11/01

    Valerie Snaith wrote on: Oct 31, 2001

    Burgham golf course is a real test, for the average axe men ie Richy Gander, Timothy Mather. Up to that Snaith character who has a jolly good swing. Division 1 golf this year for the Burgham boys good luck.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Timothy Mather, Hdcp 5 03/01

    Timothy Mather, Hdcp 5 wrote on: Feb 28, 2001

    Set in rolling open country with spectacular views towards the Cheviot Hills Burgham Park offers golfers with abilitiy an opportunity to emulate the professionals, with a succession of 420 plus yard par 4's and 4 reachable par 5's the lower handicap player with ability in the long iron department will love this course. When the profusion of gorse flowers from early spring till the begining of June this course is a joy to play, incidently Burgham Park has been open only 7 years and the course record is already 67. It also has a reputation as the least stuffiest club in the area.