Golf Clubs in Liverpool
Liverpool city is the world golf city. Within its boundaries sits England’s Golf Coast, home to 12 of the finest golf courses in Britain. With no less than seven courses in the ‘Top 100 Courses of the UK & Ireland’, the concentration of championship golf available is unparalleled. England’s Golf Coast is home to three Royal Links courses and numerous other naturally beautiful golf courses. There is Royal Birkdale in the stunning coastal resort of Southport, set amid spectacular sand dunes, which has been voted the number 1 golf course in Britain. Royal Birkdale has staged no fewer than eight Open Championships and two Ryder Cups, and is deservedly among the very best golf courses in the world.
Royal Lytham& St Anne’s in Lancashire staged the 2012 Open Championship. This, too, is one of the premier links courses in the world and Royal Lytham has played host to ten Open Championships and two Ryder Cups.
England’s Golf Coast also includes the fabulous Royal Liverpool at Hoylake in Wirral. Royal Liverpool is the second oldest seaside links course in England, as well as home to one of the best collections of golf memorabilia outside St Andrews.
The three Open Championship venues of Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool and Royal Lytham& St Anne’s have hosted The Open an impressive 32 times between them since 1897. Member clubs have also hosted the Ryder Cup, Walker Cup, Curtis Cup, Senior British Open, Ladies British Open, PGA Championship, English Senior Open and British Amateur.
Situated in the centre of Aintree Racecourse, home of the world famous Crabbie's Grand National and the old Grand Prix motor racing track, Aintree Golf Centre boasts one of the most unique locations for a golf range in the UK.
This is a really good course especially for anyone who is learning to play golf. There is an excellent practice green with space for chipping and piching. There are also 2 courses, a 9 hole academy course and a full 18 hole set up. On the big course the signature 8th hole is a par 3 over a ravine. You'll need to hold your nerve to hit the green.
Bowring Park Golf Course, one of the first municipal golf courses in England, is set within the grounds of Bowring Park, a leisure and recreational park built on land donated to the people of Liverpool by the Bowring family in 1907. The original 9 hole course of 1913 has since been lengthened to 18 holes providing a terrific facility leisure facility to people in the local and surrounding area.