Longridge Golf Club
Fell Barn, Jeffrey Hill, Longridge,
Preston, Lancashire PR3 2TU
Tel : +44 (0)1772 783291

11 km northeast of Preston, off B6243

Course Details

Course Name: Longridge Holes: 18 Yardage: 5959 SSS: 69

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  • Played Longridge

    Dave Lingson wrote on: Jan 27, 2012

    Played Longridge last Friday with a friend in a Winter 4BBB. Cost £12. The course played well after a nights rain, and all the greens were superb for the time of year. Went in bar after overlooking the 18th and listened to the locals banter which was amusing to say the least. The views are amazing. Going back next month.


  • Longridge Golf Club in Lancashire, England

    John Simons wrote on: Aug 1, 2008

    Dont get me wrong this course is in a suberb location but frankly, it one of the worst courses i have ever played. Fairways had daisies growing on them, yardages were all wrong and the greens were patchy and slow!
    Food wasnt great and layout nothing special.


  • Longridge

    Peter wrote on: Mar 7, 2005

    Fantastic value to match the wonderful views. You need to be fit to tackle the 2nd and 18th holes, and personally I've always found the members very friendly.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Peter Bailey Hdcp 17 07/00

    Peter Bailey Hdcp 17 wrote on: Jun 30, 2000

    Longridge Golf Course is a high moorland golf course. Given its elevation, the quality of golf afforded by the course is very good. The greens and the fairways have both improved in recent years and the quality of the facilities is very good. The course offers good value for money with a current offer of a day ticket for £10 on a Monday.
    The members may have something to learn in the area of social skills and looking after their course but the real attraction of this course is the views and the light. On a clear day one can see across the Irish Sea to The Isle of Man and down to Great Orme, whilst Ingleborough and the Ribble Valley provide the backdrop to the east. Good value and stunning views and wildlife abound.