Mersey Valley Golf Club
Warrington Road, Bold Heath,
Widnes, Cheshire WA8 3XL
Tel : +44 (0)151 4246060 Fax : +44 (0)151 4246060

Mersey Valley Golf Club opened in 1995 and operates on a pay and play basis. Designed by St Mellion Leisure Ltd. Excellent clubhouse with function / conference room for business use.

On A57 Warrington / Liverpool road. 2 miles from M62 J7.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 22 June 98.

Course Details

Course Name: Mersey Valley Holes: 18 Yardage: 6375 SSS: 69
Level parkland course with wide fairways. Mersey Valley course presents a golfing challenge for all golfers - particularly comfortable for senior golfers.

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

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Keity Radcliffe 01/02

    Keity Radcliffe wrote on: Dec 31, 2001

    I joined the club towards the end of last year and although the greens were not great they did get a lot better towards the end of October, it is good to see that they have come off the greens during the winter and they are looking good. The course may be flat but when the wind blows your game goes with it the rough can be testing and I am looking forward to my first full season with the club. P.S. The food and beer is excellent value. This course is well worth a visit.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mark Stanley 01/02

    Mark Stanley wrote on: Dec 31, 2001

    I joined the club in May 1999. Although the course is tight to play, the greens leave a lot to be desired. As this is still a relatively young course it should get better (with some TLC on the greens). The beer is cheap and he food is great. The pro shop is now better stocked. I have lost count of the number of balls I have lost in the rough but the fairways have been made wider and the rough thinner. This course never shuts, whatever the weather.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Graham Kelley Hdcp 14 10/01

    Graham Kelley Hdcp 14 wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    Yeah! Only the hardcore will survive La! Yeah! I recently joined Mersey Valley Golf Club and haven't looked back. I find it a fantastic course. The greens get better as you go along. It's after about the 4th green that things start to pick. Some nice holes (particularly the 11th and short par3 15th) which bring up the respect the course deserves. In years to come this course is going to be a right little gem. It holds the rain well even when it has been pouring with rain for days although you do get the odd soggy patch. All in all it's an outstanding course for the price I think. But we got it so cheap as there were 13 of who joined so it is recommended that you talk to a few people before joining.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Dave Cornes 05/01

    Dave Cornes wrote on: Apr 30, 2001

    Good layout, very flat but quite narrow fairways. Greens left a bit to be desired and the views are not the best. Overall it is worth a visit and gives the mid to high handicapper a chance of scoring reasonably well.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Phil Benson 6/00

    Phil Benson wrote on: May 31, 2000

    I have played here many times and still come off with a high score, the rough is unbelievable, full of clover and tall thick grass. If you go into it you have either lost your ball or you have to hack at it a few times to get back into play. The 18 hole has out of bounds all the way down the right hand side almost up to the green (slicers nightmare) it is far better to hit your drive across to the ninth fairway and play up from there. The fairways are very tight and flat, if your straight and long, a mid to high handicapper could hope for a round of 90 + . A lot of the greens have improved over the last couple of years. Worth a visit, but be prepared for wind and a high score. Please mister greenkeeper cut the fairways wider and thin out the rough.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Russell Tiffany Hcp 13 6/00

    Russell Tiffany Hcp 13 wrote on: May 31, 2000

    This course is Ok for occasional golfers, but regular players will be disappointed about the standard of the greens. The course is well laid out and offers a good challenge. They need to spend some money bringing the greens up to the same standard.
    (Member Halifax Bradley Hall GC)


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Stephen Walsh 03/00

    Stephen Walsh wrote on: Feb 29, 2000

    Having only played the course once (summer 98), I came off thinking I had played a field with holes in. No major features to talk of and the greens where as bad as any low rate municipals temporary greens. I could not believe the price of a round or the price of membership.....
    According to Andrew Michael Lewis, the greens have improved, Maybe worth another visit, if I can persuade my playing partners.... Did not try the food as the course left a bad enough taste.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Neil McDowell 11/99

    Neil McDowell wrote on: Oct 31, 1999

    Considering how young the course is, it's condition was extremely good. However the most impressive feature of the club was by far and away the delicious Bacon, Mushroom and Tomato Triple Decker Sandwich (with chips mind) at a staggeringly good price.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Andrew Michael Lewis 10/99

    Andrew Michael Lewis wrote on: Sep 30, 1999

    I take it all back about the greens. Having been back for the first time in over a year, the greens have improved 10 fold - a member told me that they were dug up and relaid in May/June - well done to those concerned!! The course really does provide a challenge. Very narrow in parts and bordered by tall rough that isn't forgiving at all. Flat doesn't mean easy walking - watch out for the wind! Food and beer still fantastic.


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