Pleasington Golf Club is without doubt one of the best tests of golf in the North-West of England. Part heathland in character with a supreme layout of holes.
Formby Ladies Golf Club is set amidst the pine trees and sand dunes that characterise this part of the Lancashire landscape, the course lies in the heart of the Formby Golf Club – and yes, men are welcome to play here.
Undeniably, Clitheroe Golf Club is one of the best inland courses in Lancashire and there are some fine holes to be played here.
Hesketh Golf Club is completely overshadowed by Royal Lytham & St Annes to the north and Royal Birkdale to the south but Hesketh pre-dates them both.
Fleetwood Golf Club moved to its present location on the Fylde Coast in 1932 when local professional James Steer was enlisted to lay out 18 holes on a wonderful stretch of linksland.
Bounded to the west by the River Lune estuary, the course at Lancaster Golf Club is an attractive parkland layout that was designed by James Braid in 1932.
Bolton Old Links Golf Club is laid out in two loops of returning nines with the inward half routed around the outside of holes 1 to 9...
The old course at Preston Golf Club has received architectural advice from several of the golfing greats since 1895 when George Lowe originally laid out 18 holes for the members, including Sandy Herd, Harry Vardon, James Braid and Alister MacKenzie.
The North Region of the PGA is based at Bolton Golf Club so it’s no surprise to learn that the challenging Lostock Park course is a regular venue for county and other prestigious fixtures.
A former venue on the European Challenge Tour, the course at Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa provides a far tougher test than your normal resort layout.