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Furness Golf Club

Furness Golf Club,Barrow In Furness,Cumbria,England
Address Furness Golf Club, Central Drive, Barrow-in-Furness,
LA14 3LN
Telephone 01229 471232 and choose options
Website www.furnessgolfclub.co.uk
Email furnessgolfclub@btconnect.com
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Holes 18-hole traditional Championship standard links course whose western border is at times only 50 yards form the ocean. Founded  in 1872.
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Yardage 6293-6222-5367
Par 71
Visitors Advisable to check availability before travelling.
Current handicap certificate / standard golf attire required.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary. Special packages available
Green Fees
E weekdays / E weekends
Location Situated on the Island of Walney, at the tip of the Furness Penninsula, Walney Island. M6 J36
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 Private functions / Snooker room
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My group played this course on 21 Aug 2016. Fantastic course and layout, right next to the beach. If you like Links Golf you will love this. It's not completely flat either and the course makes great use of the change in altitude, particularly on the 3rd and 10th holes. The Green Fees are very reasonable and the members and staff ultra friendly. A must play course if you are in the Southern Lakes area.
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
Vincent Riley September 2, 2016

Beautiful course best in Cumbria views are magnificent and food is even better. Hospitality is great Areat day out and everyone is welcome.
Jamie Herdman

Played this lovely links golf course now a dozen times and it just gets better and better each time. The friendly and calm atmosphere of the course really shines through everytime we go up there and has to be the best hidden gem this side of Scotland, with wind blowing in off the Irish sea and the well maintain greens and fairways this really is a good way to learn the trade of golf.
In the past I preferred the bog standard parkland course but after playing links I feel there's no way I will be going back to them and will play my golf where it should be played on the side of the world that is links golf.
Jack Martin






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