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Appleby Golf Club

Appleby Golf Club,Appleby In Westmorland,Cumbria,England
Address Appleby Golf Club, Brackenber Moor, Appleby, CA16 6LP
Telephone Enquiries: 017683 51432
Website www.applebygolfclub.co.uk
Email enquiries@applebygolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 18
Yardage 5998
Par 68
Visitors Unrestricted. Warm and friendly welcome is assured to casual visitors and societies at all times.
Societies Handicap certificate required.
Group discounts. Packages available.
Green Fees
Summer rates:
D weekdays / E weekends
Winter C / D
Course Designer Willie Fernie of Troon - 1903
Location Appleby Golf Club is set on Brackenber Moor in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside against a backdrop of stunning panoramic views of the North Pennines and the Lakeland fells.
Situated just of the A66 the course is easily accessible from the north east and west and only 12 miles from Junction 40 of the M6. 
The GolfMark Award This club holds the GolfMark Award, meaning that it is a safe and fun environment for junior golfers to discover, learn and play golf.
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Facilities
• Large sun lounge and patio area overlooking the 18th green and Lakeland Fells beyond, as well as a TV and snooker room.
• The catering at Appleby Golf Club can match your every requirement
from a full breakfast, coffee and biscuits before play, to a light lunch, or even a formal dinner.
• Golf tuition and advice by PGA professional, club repair service.
• Practice facilities include two putting greens and a 300 yard practice fairway all situated close to the first tee.
• Contact the Golf Shop to reserve trolleys, buggies and electric trolleys in advance.
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About the Course "The course is not overly long..., but with no par 5s and par 4s of almost 400 yards or more, it is not an easy par to achieve, particularly when the wind is blowing. It is a tough but fair test, and tremendously good value for visitors."
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Reviews

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good course with interesting holes and excellent greens. after round went in clubhouse for lunch and was told we couldnt have any as the steward and another member of staff had taken the day off.we were offered a packet of crisps.all in all a very unwelcoming place with a take it or leave it attitude.will play course again if in the area but will make arrangements to eat elsewhere.
Mark: 5
Value For Money: Fair
n taylor October 31, 2012

With stunning views of the Pennines, Lake District and hills of the Yorkshire Dales, Appleby GC is set in a remote and idyllic spot. The course is on common land, so has to contend with the presence of grazing animals - the greens are protected by wires and there are no fairway bunkers. The greens, however, are quite superbly maintained, playing well throughout the year, and with the land being free-draining, the course is generally always playable. The course is not overly long at just under 6000 yards (par 68), but with no par 5s and seven par 4s of over 400 yards, it is not an easy par to achieve, particularly when the wind is blowing, as it invariably seems to. It is a tough but fair test, and tremendously good value for visitors. With a new steward in charge of the clubhouse, there is a good choice of food on the menu and a very welcoming atmosphere for visitors. I can thoroughly recommend Appleby GC to anyone who hasn't yet played it.
Andrew Woodward






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