Fishwick Hall Golf Club
Glenluce Drive, Farringdon Park,
Preston, Lancashire PR1 5TD
Tel : +44 (0)1772 798300

1 km east of Preston, near Junction of A59 and M6 Junction 31

Course Details

Course Name: Fishwick Hall Holes: 18 Yardage: 6092 SSS: 69

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  • Fishwick Hall Golf Club in Lancashire, England

    Roger E. Stamp wrote on: Feb 25, 2009

    Situated at close to junction 31 on the M6 motorway,Fishwick Hall Golf Club is conveniently accessible from Lancashie motorway network. Rushing up the hill into the city of Preston, motorists may rush passed it, but they are missing a little gem.
    A challenging parkland course with straight driving being called for, at
    just over 6000 yards it is not a monster but a subtle test. Many consider
    the second as the feature hole with its elevated tee and views of the River Ribble and the surrounding countryside. A par five dog-legging to the left with a water hazard at 300 yards awaits you.
    Others feel the fourth with its second shot played to an elevated tee when
    you cannot see the base of the flagstick is the better golfing hole.
    With two holes running alongside the River Ribble and great variety over
    the back nine, there's something for everyone and visitors are always glad
    that they came and discovered such a good course.


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    Wez wrote on: Mar 23, 2004

    very good course tbh should be tried out defenatly


  • Europe Golf courses reviews W.A.SPONG Hdcp 19+ Balmerino Scotland 05/00

    W.A.SPONG Hdcp 19+ Balmerino Scotland wrote on: Apr 30, 2000

    The Barnton Bandits Golfing Society played this course during their Millennium Outing. It was chosen by our stocky Captain Brian Walker as with an affinity to hilly courses, he sought to gain an advantage. However, on such a challenging course, such proved not to be the case, and some of the higher handicappers prevailed - in spite of there having been imposed a strictly enforced upper handicap limit. The views over the Ribble Valley were memorable, and we would thoroughly recommend this course to other societies, even though the choice of whiskeys on the 19th was limited.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Hughlock Pomona California 01/99

    David Hughlock Pomona California wrote on: Dec 31, 1998

    I played this golf course as a guest of member Bill ( Bud ) Abbott whilston vacation in the Preston area. This is a somewhat hilly golf course overlooking the beautiful Ribble valley. Some of the holes run adjacent to the River Ribble and the running water can have a severe effect on a breaking putt. Be sure to bring all 14 of your clubs to this challenging course. There is also a fine club house with a well stocked bar. The meal I had from the kitchen was very well presented and very tasty.