Hurlston Hall Golf Club
Hurlston Lane, Southport Road,
Scarisbrick, Lancashire L40 8JD
Tel : +44 (0) 1704 840 400 Fax : +44 (0) 1704 841 404
Hurlston Hall Golf Club was established in 1994 by the Vose family who owned land in the area for more than a century. It has a luxury colonial style clubhouse, golf centre, floodlit driving range and thriving membership including many ladies. Hurlston Hall maintains a consistently high standard of catering in its conservatory restaurant overlooking the golf course. All sections of the community are welcome to enjoy the club's sociable atmosphere.
Extensive pro-shop and tuition facilities are available. Indeed Hurlston Hall was designed the official Regional Training Centre for Juniors in the North West by the English Golf Union for several years in succession.
3 km northwest of Ormskirk (A570). M58 Junction 3
E-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on Hurlston Hall Golf Club see www.hu rlstonhall.co.uk
|Course Name: Hurlston Hall Holes: 18 Yardage: 6746 SSS: 72|
|Parkland golf course designed by Donald Steel (1994) and built on 135 acres of gently undulating land forming part of the West Lancashire plain with views across Lancashire to the Pennines and to the Bowlands Fells.
Two brooks meander through the course. The main brook, the Hurlston, creates a shallow valley through the course and is in play on seven holes with three greens set on its banks. The second brook joins Hurlston brook close to the first green. There are seven lakes on the course.
The course is of championship standard with excellent variation and it can test the mettle of the strongest player. Its varied and superbly manicured fairways provide a welcome pattern and route to greens that are rolling, undulating and need to be read carefully.
press here for Hurlston Hall Golf Club course reviews