Clitheroe Golf Club

Clitheroe was formed in 1891. A huge step forward was taken when 96 acres of land were purchased for just £5,000 at Barrow Gardens in 1932, the generosity of the Southworth family also making possible the erection of a fine clubhouse building, as well as the establishment of a full 18-hole course rather than the nine-holes originally planned. James Braid, famous golfer and prolific golf course architect, was engaged to design the course. In 1937 an exhibition match featuring the American Ryder Cup Captain Walter Hagen and local legend, Jimmy Rothwell, confirmed the status of the rapidly maturing course. The present course is 6,326-yards long with a par of 71. The front nine follow the perimeter of the course clockwise while the second nine runs anticlockwise within the first nine.

Contact Details

Course Name:Clitheroe Golf Club

Address:Whalley Road

Town:Clitheroe

County:Lancashire

Post Code:BB7 1PP

Telephone 1:01200 422292

Telephone 2:01200 424242

Fax:01200 422292

Website:Not available

Latitude:53.852869

Longitude::-2.398259

Golf Course Information

Type of ClubMembers

Type of CourseParkland

Number of Holes18 Hole

Distance:6326 yards

Par:71

Weekday Greenfees:33.00

Weekend Greenfees:39.00

Handicap Required:Yes

Softspikes Required:No

Pro Shop:Yes

Driving Range:Yes

Pro Shop Facilities

Fitting Service:Yes

Club Repairs:Yes

Electric Trolly Repairs:Yes

Club Hire:Yes

Trolley Hire:Yes

Buggy Hire:Yes

Lessons:Yes

Course Planner:Yes

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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