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About the club West Lancashire Golf Club
The West Lancashire Golf Club was founded in 1873 by seven members of Royal Liverpool Golf Club anxious to expand the 'Scottish national game' by bringing it across the River Mersey.
As such, the West Lancashire Golf Club is the oldest in the county of Lancashire and one of the earliest golf clubs in England. It is considered as one of the most natural and testing links found in the Brittain.
The current course was designed by C K Cotton, and is laid out on some 200 acres of land and succeeds in carrying out the ideal layout of a golf course – two loops of nine holes with the 9th and 18th greens in front of the clubhouse.
The present course, opened in 1961, was designed and laid out by CK Cotton, who lists Royal Lytham & St Annes, Ganton and Blairgowrie among his professional credits.
The course starts with a demanding dogleg par-4 and keeps you challenged throughout with a great run from the 7th to 9th. After the demanding par-3 12th, you climb up to a splendid …
Played on: 2 January 2020 Review date: 7 January 2020Handicap: 9.8
West Lancashire Golf Club
Mijn eerste ronde van 2020 was op de West Lancashire Golf Club. Vanuit centrum Liverpool ongeveer 25 minuten rijden. Tijdens ons verblijf waren veel golfbanen in de omgeving bezet en/of gesloten dus vandaar dat we (enkel) op deze baan gespeeld hebben. Bij binnenkomst vanaf de parkeerplaats zie je een groot clubhuis dat van binnen typisch engels is. Ouderwets, veel bruin h…