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Chapel-en-le-Frith Golf Club

 

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Your escape route to panoramic beauty and tranquility in a sociable yet competitive environment for all to enjoy

The picturesque parkland course set in Chapel-en-le-Frith known as ‘the capital of the Peak District’ presents a challenging test for all golfers combined with an easy walking course. Chapel-en-le-Frith Golf Club is located in the High Peak, 13 miles southeast of Stockport, close to Buxton and Macclesfield.

The clubhouse and bar is open to non-members so do call in for a coffee, food or something a little stronger and soak up the atmosphere and see what the club has to offer – spectacular views from the lounge bar and balcony.


Chapel-en-le-Frith Golf Club – The Cockyard, Manchester Rd, Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak SK23 9UH

Phone: 01298 812118   –   Email: admin@chapelgolf.co.uk   –   Web: www.chapelgolf.co.uk/


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New Mills Golf Club

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The New Mills Golf Club is a members club located high in the foothills of the Pennines, near the borders of Derbyshire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester. Its position on the edge of the Peak District National Park makes it ideal for golfers visiting the area.

The location is renowned for its natural beauty and affords panoramic views of the Cheshire Plain and beyond to the Welsh Mountains in the west. Kinder Scout, the highest mountain in the Peak District, provides a dramatic backdrop to the course in the east.

The club was established in 1907 and comprises 18 holes, providing a challenging course for all levels of golfer.


New Mills Golf Club – Shaw Marsh, New Mills, High Peak, SK22 4QE
Phone: 01663 743485   –   Email: secretary@newmillsgolfclub.co.uk    –   Web: www.newmillsgolfclub.co.uk/Home.aspx


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Matlock Golf Club

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Established in 1906 on the undulating moorland above the town of Matlock, the eastern gateway to the Peak District National Park, our Club offers a challenging 18-hole par 70 course with spectacular views across the Derwent Valley and unrivalled practice facilities, including a 10 bay covered and floodlit driving range.

With every hole different and the Bentley Brook meandering through the course to add further interest, Matlock is a regular choice for county and inter-county fixtures and each year welcomes many other visitors – individuals, societies and corporate groups.

A great Golfing Experience…


Matlock Golf Club – Chesterfield Road, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 5LZ 

Phone: 01629 582191   –   Email: secretary@matlockgolfclub.co.uk   –   Web: www.matlockgolfclub.co.uk/


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Ashbourne Golf Club

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Ashbourne Golf Club is Derbyshire’s oldest private members’ club founded in 1886 which exists for the enjoyment of its members and guests.

With an active membership of around 500, there is a special focus on providing a positive and welcoming environment for beginners, juniors, ladies and seniors. The aim is to help all members to improve their golf.

Overlooking the Derbyshire Dales and only a mile from the centre of Ashbourne, the course is set in open countryside but is easily accessible from the A50 and the A52.

The course in its present form was designed by the well-known golf course architect, David Hemstock, and was opened in 1999, although parts of it go back much earlier.


Ashbourne Golf Club – Wyaston Road, Ashbourne DE6 1NB

Phone: 01335 342078   –   Email: ashbourne.golf.club@gmail.com   –   Web: www.ashbournegolfclub.co.uk/

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Gaudet Luce Golf Club

Gaudet Luce – Major host

This is a modern golf and leisure complex that doesn’t like to sit still and the steady growth in popularity of the club since its opening in 1995 has enabled the family ownership to put investment back into the course and facilities.

125 years – South Staffs GC

The South Staffordshire Club is always a special visit. Nestled in the leafy suburbs of Wolverhampton, a traditional members club with a much admired parkland course that never fails to impress. Messrs Vardon, Colt, Braid and more recently Donald Steel have all played their parts in creating a layout that charms, teases and yields a low score very reluctantly.