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Macclesfield Golf Club

Address Macclesfield Golf Club, The Hollins, Macclesfield, SK11 7EA
Telephone 01625 423227
Website www.maccgolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 18
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Yardage 5966 5672 5313
Par 71 71 73
Visitors Weekdays & bank holidays handicap certificate required, weekends with a member
This course participates in the GreenFree 2 for 1 Voucher Scheme
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Weekdays welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary. Packages
Green Fees
C weekdays / weekends C
Course
Designer
Hawtree - 1889
Location SE side of Macclesfield, off A523
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Facilities
• Extensive conference and private function facilities
• PGA Professional / Full club repair service
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Course
Description
Pleasant heathland course on the edge of the Pennines with wonderful views across the Cheshire Plain
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Reviews

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What a great course. Very good test with narrow fairways, lots of bunkers and water hazards. A course you need to think around. The greens are some of the best you'll play on. Highly recommended.
Phil Tatler
(Pre 2010)

This is a testing course in terms of lung capacity with the uphill climbs but dont let this put you off what is a cracking course.
The views over the hills are tremendous and add a natural feel to the course.
Sam Watts (Pre 2010)

The views from the course are excellent (fog allowing) and the standard of the greens and fairways is high. As a visitor it was a little discouraging to have to pay £30 to play on the weekend (Nov 2001), but I understand member's rates are good value. Temporary greens are kept to a minimum which is preferable as they were difficult to work with in early October. However, we were disappointed to be asked to pick our balls off the fairway and play them off small pieces of 'astroturf' (18"x4") we were given. As we had never done so before we felt this was an enormous handicap. I'm not sure why this method of protecting the greens is preferred over teeing the ball up on the fairway but it interfered with an enjoyable round. I would be unable to recommend the course to others as long as this method is still in practice.
Nathan Snowden (Pre 2010)






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