Turton Golf Club

Full 18-hole course, Turton combines an interesting and challenging mixture of moorland and parkland holes which together comprise a really good test of golf, such as that seen when the 2003 BGA finals were hosted here. The views from around the course are exceptional with breathtaking views across many counties! The course is open all year except in the most extreme weather conditions. The Club, founded in 1908, has always been renowned for its friendliness and members and visitors alike receive a warm Lancashire welcome in the traditional old clubhouse. Visitors to the course will be particularly well received by the resident PGA Pro, Mark Saunders as well as Bob and Margaret Coleman, the Club Steward and Stewardess. Lessons /computer swing analysis available by prior booking directly with the Pro - mob. 07816 284 799

Contact Details

Course Name:Turton Golf Club

Address:Woodend Farm



Post Code:BL7 9QD

Telephone 1:01204 852235

Telephone 2:01204 852235

Fax:01204 852235

Website:View website



Golf Course Information

Type of ClubMembers

Type of CourseOther

Number of Holes18 Hole

Distance:6124 yards


Weekday Greenfees:April-Oct rd 26, day 39; Nov- Mar 20

Weekend Greenfees:April-Oct rd 33, day 49; Nov- Mar 20

Handicap Required:No

Softspikes Required:No

Pro Shop:Yes

Driving Range:No

Pro Shop Facilities

Fitting Service:No

Club Repairs:Yes

Electric Trolly Repairs:Yes

Club Hire:No

Trolley Hire:Yes

Buggy Hire:Yes


Course Planner:No

Club House Facilities


Bar Available:Yes

Breakfast Available:Yes

Lunch Available:Yes

Afternoon Tea Available:Yes

Evening Meals Available:Yes


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