Handicap certificate required, advisable to check availability with Pro shop weekends.
Traditional standards of dress and etiquette required.
Packages can be tailored to your requirements, booked in advance through the Secretary
Summer Weekdays: D / Weekends: E
Call the pro shop for off-peak times offers
James Braid - 1909
Situated in a calm and peaceful environment, 7m N of Newcastle. 2m SW off A1.
Easily accessible from Newcastle International Airport and the North Shields car ferry terminal with its services from Scandinavia and The Netherlands.
• Conference facilities available
• Golf lessons
About the Course
"The course displays typical Braid features, the first nine holes are in an inner loop running more or less clockwise, and the back nine form an outer loop running anti-clockwise. Also typical of Braid are the dogleg holes, which he is said to have pioneered. The doglegs and tree-lined fairways add up to a course that calls for accuracy off the tee and careful course management."
As a member of this course i am up there weekly. The
atmosphere is always friendly and staff always happy to help. i am a junior and there is always lots to do. Juniors get treated fairly and all members are friendly and considerate. The chairmen and comittee are really good and they play a vital part in the clubs organisation. The groundsmen do an outstanding job and they have giving there self a good reputation for course conditions visit this course it is well recommended. Mark Zipfell (Pre 2010)
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