Abbeydale Golf Club

Since being formed in the mid-1890s, everyone associated with the Abbeydale can rightly feel proud of the outstanding club that exists today. Recognised as one of the district's finest, the course was designed by famous architect Herbert Fowler, also renowned for other such designs as Walton Heath and The Berkshire. Set in 111 acres of the beautiful Beauchief Estate, it provides an absorbing challenge for golfers of all handicaps and retains some of the best views of the Derbyshire country side to be seen anywhere from Sheffield. The course, which won the 'Toro Greenkeeper of the Year' award in 1998, has undergone extensive refurbishment over the last few years is renowned for its manicured appearance and superb putting surfaces.

Contact Details

Course Name:Abbeydale Golf Club

Address:Twentywell Lane

Town:Sheffield

County:South Yorkshire

Post Code:S17 4QA

Telephone 1:0114 2360763

Telephone 2:Not available

Fax:0114 2360762

Website:Not available

Latitude:53.324011

Longitude::-1.512032

Golf Course Information

Type of ClubMembers

Type of CourseParkland

Number of Holes18 Hole

Distance:6419 yards

Par:71

Weekday Greenfees:35.00

Weekend Greenfees:40.00

Handicap Required:No

Softspikes Required:No

Pro Shop:Yes

Driving Range:No

Pro Shop Facilities

Fitting Service:Yes

Club Repairs:Yes

Electric Trolly Repairs:No

Club Hire:No

Trolley Hire:Yes

Buggy Hire:Yes

Lessons:Yes

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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