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Gosforth Golf Club

"The Bridle Path"
Address Gosforth Golf Club, Broadway East, Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE3 5ER
Telephone 0191 285 3495 (Secretary)
0191 285 6710 (Clubhouse Manager)
0191 285 0553 (Pro/Bookings)
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Holes 18 - A steady mix of tough par 4s, testing par 5s and gentle par 3s ensure the course is an enjoyable test for golfers of all abilities.
Yardage 6084
Par 69
Visitors Welcome. Note that "although casual dress is permitted on and off the course, it is important that the term "casual" is not abused and that the clubs standards are followed at all times".
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Societies Gosforth Golf Club is able to cater for small and large parties a like, offering packages that can be constructed to suit all. The Club can accommodate visiting parties on a weekend and bank holiday, subject to course availability. Contact the Professional.
Green Fees
Weekdays D / Weekends E
Course Designer 1906
Location N side of town centre off A6125
• Corporate Hospitality days available
• PGA Professional / Expert tuition
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About the Course One of the major features of the course providing a test on many of the holes, is the Ouse Burn, which winds its way down the 18th and through the 4th on its way to the Tyne.
At 432 yards from the medal tee, the 18th hole is undoubtedly the club's signature hole and has often been referred to as the toughest finishing hole in Northumberland.

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Played course Wed 11th April. It was in fairly good condition after heavy rain which resulted in 5 temporary greens in use. I enjoyed the round but would not go back to this course ever again because antiquated dress rules applicable in the lounge bar. On entering one of the TWO members in the bar told me that golf attire was not allowed and would have to use the bar. I thought he was referring to my golf top worn in rainy weather which I kept on because it was raining heavily outside as I entered. I removed this but the lady who I assumed was the steward repeated that my attire was not suitable for a lounge bar. I have visited many clubs in the UK and Ireland and some abroad some of which are quite exclusive and have never met such an attitude. My attire was perfectly satisfactory in my opinion and was given no indication as to what I should have been wearing so I left without being able to share 19th hole pleasantries with my golfing colleagues.
Good luck to Gosforth Golf Club and their dress code but I will never cross their doorstep again!
Mark: 5
Value For Money: Good
Alan Hynd April 15, 2012

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