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Westerhope Golf Club

Address Westerhope Golf Club, Whorlton Grange, Westerhope, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE5 1PP
Telephone 0191-286 7636 / 0594 (Pro/Bookings)
Website www.westerhopegolfclub.com
Email wgc@btconnect.com
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Holes 18
Yardage 6392 from the medal tees
Par 72
Visitors With member only weekends. Must contact in advance
Societies Must contact secretary in advance, packages
Course Designer Originally designed by Sandy Herd, who won the Open Championship in 1902, the course was extended to 18 holes in 1951.
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Location 4.5m NW of city centre off B6324
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Facilities Golf lessons
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A first class course which has hosted many County events. Tree lined fairways and fairly flat terrain make it highly suitable to play 2 rounds or ideal for older players. Brian Scott (Pre 2010)

Great course, been a member about 2 months and loving every minute of it.. overall = GREAT!
Daniel Wheatley (Pre 2010)








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