West Lancashire Golf Club
Hall Road West, Blundesllsands,
Liverpool, Merseyside L23 85Z
Tel : +44 (0)151 9241076 Fax : +44 (0)151 email@example.com
West Lancashire Golf Club proudly claims the distinction of being the pioneer of golf on the North West Coast, being formed in 1873. In 1885 the Club was one of twenty four who contributed to the cost of the Amateur Championship Trophy, played for to this day and still bearing the names of those pioneering clubs. It was won by Alan Macfie, a member of The West Lancashire Golf Club, so the club played its part at the outset of golfing history and is still doing so today. Ladies have always been welcomed to this, the first Ladies Club founded in South West Lancashire. However West Lancashire's proud tradition and standards endure to the modern era. It is used an Open qualifying course and has recently hosted several national tournaments.
The clubhouse at West Lancashire Golf Club has spectacular views from the first floor of the 9th and 18th greens with vistas of the course stretching out to the North. Few clubhouses anywhere can boast of the view that you have from the balcony overlooking the Mersey Estuary towards the hills of North Wales. With its location, comfortable surroundings and excellent catering and bar facilities the clubhouse is a haven for the tired and hungry golfer.
The refurbished locker room and changing facilities with security entrance and excellent parking facilities will enhance a fine day's golf.
Between Liverpool and Southport, off A565. 9 miles from Liverpool town centre.
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|Course Name: West Lancashire Holes: 18 Yardage: 6800 SSS: 73
|The West Lancashire golf course is situated on natural seaside terrain, overlooking Liverpool Bay, with immaculate greens making the historic West Lancashire links a must for all enthusiastic golfers visiting the North West. A pleasing feature of the course is that several elevated tees now provide a splendid view of the river.
The present course, designed by C K Cotton is laid out on some 200 acres of land and succeeds in carrying out the ideal layout of a golf course - 2 loops of nine holes with the 9th and 18th greens being in front of the Clubhouse.
From the back tees, with eleven holes of more than 400 yards, West Lancashire is a true Championship test by any standards. Peter Alliss includes West Lancashire in his list of top courses. In particular Mr Alliss considers the four par 3's and the 4th, 14th and 15th holes to be quite outstanding.
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