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Silloth-on-Solway Golf Club

Silloth On Solway Golf Club,Silloth,Cumbria,England
Address Silloth-on-Solway Golf Club, Station Road, Silloth, Wigton, CA7 4BL
Telephone Secretary 016973 31304
Professional 016973 32404
Catering 016973 32676
Bar 016973 32442
Holes 18 Championship links
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Yardage 6,626 yards maximum. Visitors normally play 6,062 yards SSS 70 course (yellow tees), ladies play 5,781 yards SSS 74 (red tees)
Visitors Welcome - members of recognised clubs & societies
Handicap certificates required
Reservations must be made by telephone for tee times.
Dress Rules on and off the Course must be adhered to.
Green Fees
Per day:
Weekdays D winter E summer
Per round: E winter G summer
Various Packages Available
Course Designer David Grant and Willie Park Jun.
- 1892
Location Situated on the north west coast of Cumbria and blessed with stunning views of the Galloway Hills to the north, and south to the Lakeland fells and the distant Isle of Man.
22 miles W of Carlisle B5302. M6 J43.
• Full Bar and Catering facilities available, Monday Catering by prior arrangement
• Golf lessons
• Practice ground and chipping green
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About the Course Traditional seaside links. Even the shortest of drive and pitch holes are a test of nerve. An inspiring course but beware the wind and the tracts of gorse and heather.
The links is currently one of the R & A Regional Qualifying Courses for the Open and ranks within Golf World's top fifty UK courses.

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Played this course twice last week. It's a wonderful golf course carved out on the sand dunes. I found it very fair and quite challenging because of the wind which blows off the Irish Sea. It's not crowded and the people were unfailingly polite and friendly. This in links style golf in a truly beautiful setting. Highly recommended!
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I played the heck out of this course from the age of ten until my late twenties, and it's still the best I've ever seen.
If you can handle the gorse, wind, rain and sand, you'll be ok. It's love at first sight on this course!
Doug Stackhouse

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