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Formby Ladies Golf Club

Address Formby Ladies Golf Club, Golf Road, Formby, L37 1YH
Telephone 01704 873493 / 873090 (Pro)
Website www.formbyladiesgolfclub.co.uk
Email secretary@formbyladiesgolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 18 - With tight fairways and well guarded greens. Several holes have elevated tees providing excellent views over much of the course and towards the Irish Sea. The par 3 holes are some of the most difficult you could wish to play anywhere
Yardage 5374
SSS 72
Visitors All visitors, both male and female are assured of a warm welcome at Formby Ladies, on the Course and in the Clubhouse. Tee times are available on weekdays and after 11.00am on Saturdays and Sundays. Changing facilities for gentlemen are available. Dress code and etiquette should be observed at all times. Unless personally introduced as a member's guest, visitors should make a reservation and obtain a starting time prior to arrival.
Golf breaks at Formby Ladies Golf Club
SOCIETY PACKAGES from £42pp, including coffee, bacon rolls, 18 holes, and soup & sandwiches. For bookings, please enquire here.
Societies Advance booking required, the Club Secretary will be pleased to discuss individual society requirements. Visitor packages available.
Green Fees
Summer G per round weekdays / G weekends
Course
Designer
Park / Colt
The Club was formed in 1896.
Location Situated close by the Irish Sea between Southport and Liverpool, the course is easily reached from the national motorway network. N side of town, off A565, less than 6 miles from Royal Birkdale.
Formby Ladies lies in the central area of the property owned by the famous Formby Golf Club.
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
• Home made catering can be enjoyed in either the comfort of the Dining Room or the more informal conservatory style "Monkey House" which provides excellent views over the links.
• Caddies are available by prior arrangement with the Secretary's office.
• The Club has a double buggy to hire for Disabled visitors from the Professional's shop
• Golf tuition
• Main Practice Ground, Short game practice area - surrounded by 3 bunkers and a net
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Played this course 02.01.12 with three friends, conditions cold and windy but that didn't spoil a very enjoyable days golf. A nice steady 4 hour round followed by soup and sandwiches in the nice surroundings of the club house. The course was in superb condition considering the amount of rain we have had, no standing water anywhere plenty of run on the fairways ( and in the heather), greens were small but very good, the winter special deal works out at £31.00 each including the soup and sandwiches. A no brainer for anyone who can't put their clubs away for winter.
Mark: 9
Value For Money: Good
Gary Turner January 2, 2012






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