Hesketh Golf Club
Set amidst the towering Victorian villas of Southport's premier residential area is The Hesketh Golf Club, the town's oldest golf club, founded in 1885. Standing alone on the crest of a tall sand hill, the clubhouse dominates the golf course, and the surrounding district. The course is at the northern end of south-west Lancashire`s sand dune system, which is the home of so many great golf courses. The course is regularly used as a final qualifying course when The Open is played at Royal Birkdale. It sets a unique challenge with half of the holes threaded through tall sand dunes; whilst the other holes border the Ribble estuary. Here the course’s neighbour is a nationally renowned bird reserve, where winter visitors are rewarded by seeing great flocks of migrant geese, swans and waders. Across the estuary the mountains of Lancashire, Cumbria and Yorkshire provide an unforgettable backdrop.
Hesketh Golf Course (par-72)
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