Silverdale Golf Club

Silverdale golf club is set in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and was, until its extension to eighteen holes in 2002, a twelve-hole course. It offers fabulous, picturesque views over Morecambe Bay and the Leighton Moss bird sanctuary, all of which are visible from the tree-lined fairways. Myers Dyke also cuts through the fairways in many places, which, as well as being a natural water-hazard that is a danger to any stray shot, is home to several otter families. The ninth hole is arguably the trickiest on the course. Called 'the Station', it is a large par five, and an accurate, long drive is essential if you are to clear Myers Dyke with your second shot, otherwise laying-up is a better option.

Contact Details

Course Name:Silverdale Golf Club

Address:Redbridge Lane

Town:Carnforth

County:Lancashire

Post Code:LA5 OSP

Telephone 1:01524 702074

Telephone 2:Not available

Fax:01524 702074

Website:View website

Latitude:Not available

Longitude::Not available

Golf Course Information

Type of ClubMembers

Type of CourseHeathland

Number of Holes18 Hole

Distance:5535 yards

Par:70

Weekday Greenfees:15.00& 20 Winter & summer

Weekend Greenfees:20.00 & 25.00 Wint. & Summ.

Handicap Required:No

Softspikes Required:No

Pro Shop:Yes

Driving Range:Yes

Pro Shop Facilities

Fitting Service:No

Club Repairs:Yes

Electric Trolly Repairs:No

Club Hire:No

Trolley Hire:Yes

Buggy Hire:Yes

Lessons:No

Course Planner:No

Club House Facilities

Accommodation:No

Bar Available:Yes

Breakfast Available:Yes

Lunch Available:Yes

Afternoon Tea Available:Yes

Evening Meals Available:Yes

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