Meols Drive, HOYLAKE, Wirral, CH47 4AL
Built in 1869 on the site of a former racecourse, this world-famous championship course was one of the first seaside courses to be established in England. In 1921 Hoylake was the scene of the first international match between the US and Britain, now known as the Walker Cup. Over the years, golfing enthusiasts have come to Hoylake to witness 18 amateur championships, 3 Ladies British Amateur championships, the Women's British Open and 12 Open Championships, the latest being in 2014 and won by Rory McIlroy. Visitors playing on this historic course can expect a challenging match, with crosswinds, deep bunkers and hollows, all set against the backdrop of stunning Welsh hills. Watch out for the 8th hole, which saw the great Bobby Jones take an 8 on this par 5 on the way to his famous Grand Slam in 1930. The club will host the Walker Cup in 2019.
Tel: 0151 632 3101
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- 18 holes, , Par 72.
Fees are for guidance only. Please contact the club to confirm prices.
Societies Booking required
Course designer R Chambers/G Morris/D Steel/M Hawtree/H Colt
Visitors Contact for details. Dress code.
Trolleys for hire. Motorised trolleys for hire. Clubs for hire. Club shop. Driving range. Putting green. Practice area. Changing rooms. Bar with snacks. Lunch. Tea and coffee.