Swarland Hall Golf Club
Coast View, Swarland,
Morpeth, Northumberland NE65 9JG
Tel : +44 (0)1670 787940

Swarland Hall Golf Club is a proprietary club with a membership of approximately 400 of which about a third are Ladies. Both sexes have equal rights within the club.
The club was founded in 1993 and in addition to our 18 hole course we have a very well appointed clubhouse with a large bar area and separate dining room offering bar meals and full a la carte menu, respectively. The pro shop is fully stocked, buggy and trolley hire are available. The club professionals, David Fletcher and his daughter Linzi are both available to give lessons to members and visitors.

Situated in the village of Swarland, one mile west of the A1 trunk road and 8 miles south of Alnwick. Comprehensively signposted from the A1 by brown tourist signs.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 23 July 1998

Course Details

Course Name: Swarland Hall Holes: 18 Yardage: 6628 SSS: 72
Parkland course set within some mature woodland. The fairways are undulating but with out any exclusive steep inclines. Many of the holes enjoy spectacular views.
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  • Swarland Hall G.C.

    Alan Birkmyre wrote on: Aug 24, 2011

    The course is now known as Percy Wood Golf Club.
    There have been many changes over the last few years, improved drainage, new/improved bunkers, improved greens etc. The improvements will continue over the winter period.


  • swarland GC

    Belta day out wrote on: Sep 11, 2007

    Swarland is a very good course offering plenty of challenge. It provides a quality and friendly service and is highly professional and very well run. Worth a round in any golfers book.


  • course

    wrote on: Mar 22, 2004

    beautiful setting in the simonside hills,i played there about ten times last year...fairways could be better,when we were there,the daisys on the fairways were a problem...and it was fairly damp every time we played...but get the drainage sorted out,and it would be a very very good course. its a beautiful part of the country


  • brill

    micheal foggan wrote on: Nov 21, 2003

    tribute to the greenkeepers as the fair ways, greens and surrounds are in exilent conditition


      • RE: brill

        fred carr wrote on: Aug 12, 2012

        played there last year and the daiseys realy spoiled are game the fairways were coverd with them , but were going back as it might have been a one of , we will give it another chance then if its not improved we will not be going back next year , st t golf society 2 weeks time