• The Clubhouse is a 150 year old Grade II listed building / Cocktail Lounge / Full catering service is available from early morning
breakfast, coffee and biscuits, lunchtime soup and sandwiches
and dinner in the evening
• Functions / Corporate Days /
Weddings / Birthdays / Conferences / Christenings / Funerals
• Well-stocked professional shop
/ Golf Tuition /
Leigh Golf Club has recently been accredited with Club Mark.
Just recently, the golf course has undergone a £100,000.00 major improvement plan, which has involved the creation of new greens to PGA Standard along with the investment of new technology and machinery to ensure that the course is playable all year round.
Over the last few years, the Clubhouse has undergone major interior and exterior refurbishment and we have now become an extremely popular location for golf day entertaining, business conferences in the Greater Manchester and Cheshire areas.
Exc from Club's website
This a Harold Hilton designed golf course in a wonderfull mature parkland setting. The course is in excellent playing condition throughout the year and has recently invested up to £100,000.00 in new greens to improve the drainage. I played this course quite recently and i would not hesitate in returning in the near future. The 19th hole is also very special and all staff made my party very welcome after the golf. Tony Roberts (Pre 2010)
I used to be a member of the club, and still play there fairly
The course is quite short at Par 69, but well laid out with
some narrow fairways, brooks running through the fairways and
some tree hazards just where you don't want them - perfect!
The course itself is a nice strole away from the noise and bustle
of roads. It's not very hilly but there are some holes that
have the green and approach fairway raised to make you think
about your second shot. The layout of the course has the first
8 holes on one side of the road, then you cross over for the
9th to 17th holes, and then cross back again to complete the
18th which brings you nicely back to the 19th for that cold
beer and a chat over what went wrong (or right)!
Some holes, especially on the back nine are made for the long
hitters, especially the Par 5 16th, so if you feel you've not
quite done the business on the front nine then with the right
attitude you can get your score down on the back nine.
The front nine are designed for more accuracy than distance,
but if you've got both then your approach shots can be easier.
There are some neat and tidy Par 3's at the 5th, 7th and also
the 12th being a favourite of mine with a downhill look at the
green and three bunkers on the left hand side of it.
A couple of nice but accurate Par 4's are the 8th and 13th.
The 8th is a slight dog-leg to the left with a tree positioned
right in line with the fairway from the tees, but if you have
the confidence then hit a 3/4 quarter swing 3 Wood over it and
land nicely in the middle ready to appraoch the green for a
chance of birdie. For the 13th you have a downhill fairway to
the brook running across it and then it climbs up and to the
right to the green, with trees further to the right not allowing
for you to cut it. A full 3 Wood here gets you over the brook
and ready for a lovely 9 iron chip or maybe a lofted PW onto
For more of a challenge of the course try going off the White
tees, on some holes they really lengthen and make tricky the
hole where as on others they don't make too much of a difference.
The course has changed a little in the years that i've played
there, and for the better. It's maintenance has got better and
better and some holes changed to give something different. You
might find some bunkers a little hard to get out of as they've
gone hard. The greens are smooth and some have some nice dips
running across them like on the 5th, 13th and 15th.
Altogether it's a nicely shaped and thought out course, you
should try a round here and you'll like the way the course is
different from front nine to back nine. Chris Anderson (Pre 2010)
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