The Wirral

The Wirral sits in the shadow of Southport – as almost any area in England would. Yet anyone who has spent any time playing here will know that the courses are of exceptional quality.

GTE new logoRoyal Liverpool is the star name and boasts a classic links mixture of classy par 3s, a mix of potentially treacherous par 4s and unstintingly difficult long holes. That said, the course is very fair and sets up well for visiting golfers who are looking to experience the challenge of playing an Open host.

However, for those who are unfamiliar with this relatively-hidden corner of England, the region has much more to offer than its Open venue. Located within a couple of miles of Liverpool city centre, – separated from it by the width of the Mersey – Wallasey is an outstanding links course that deserves more recognition than it sometimes receives.

In fact, the difficulty of the course was recognised as early as 1931, when club member Dr Frank Stableford despaired so much of his chances of making it through the opening run of holes that play into the prevailing wind with a score intact that he invented his new system of scoring. Imposing dunes and elevated tees are the dominating themes over the historic and rugged seaside layout, and the holes will present an exhilarating examination of your game.

Head towards the south side of the peninsula and you arrive at Caldy, a delightfully varied course which sits on the River Dee and offers views out across the coastline. James Braid helped to shape the course into the layout which stands today, and the real beauty about playing here is that the course offers a mix of parkland and links holes, with some even taking on a heathland feel at various different points. A pleasant round is guaranteed.

Delamere Golf Club provide flexibility and first class fare to ensure that your visit is memorable; both on and off the course and that you will wish to return to take on the challenge of a great test of golf coupled with a comprehensive range of facilities off the course.

Due to the sandy base upon which the course is built we are able to provide excellent playing conditions throughout the year without the need for temporary greens or tees, subsequently ensuring that all golfers enjoy a consistently great experience.

Located in a mature part of the Leverhulme Estate at the heart of the Wirral Peninsula, Bromborough is renowned as a hidden gem of a Golf Course; “Wirral’s Parkland Jewel". For over 100 years golfers have been tackling the distinctive 18 holes that play between 6300 and 6600 yards depending on the tees used.  Its quality can be evidenced by its selection to host the English Amateur Matchplay Championship in 2005, English Men’s Seniors Championship 2003 and the Cheshire Matchplay in 2010.

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