The facilities include a modern purpose built dining room, “The Fairways Brasserie” , which has wonderful views of the golf course and is suitable for weddings and special occasions including; birthdays, private parties/meetings, anniversaries, as well as being a great Sunday lunch venue.

The club is also licensed for holding civil weddings/ceremonies.

The main lounge bar known as “The Belvedere Bar” is an informal and very comfortable area, suitable for enjoying a drink, from our well stocked bar, or perhaps a bar meal or light snack. This area also encompasses a dance floor.

The dining room and bar area can be opened up for larger functions, which makes it ideal for weddings and larger parties. This allows guests to enjoy quieter areas or join in with dancing and the option of live music.

The facilities also include “The Mulligans Bar” a separate Spikes Bar, which displays the history of current and past club winners and is an area used by visitors and member golfers, where they can enjoy a drink, and recount their days play, the great shots made, those missed puts and the lucky or unlucky outcomes that golf sometimes delivers us.

Our facilities also feature a wonderful west facing patio area, which offers the opportunity of sitting outside to enjoy the scenic views of the course, under the beautiful Yorkshire Coast skies, whilst enjoying a meal or a drink in the open air.

A dedicated snooker room, with two full size tables, is also available for members and guests and the facility includes a large private Golf Club car park.

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Our Visitors Say

“The course is always presented to a high standard, I’ve always enjoyed the challenge of the course. I will be back”

Alex Belt, PGA Tour professional, Pro-Am Competition 2

“An excellent course with many challenging holes, fantastic day of golf”

Neil Hayward, June 2017

“Great course to visit, no improvement needed (unless you can move the course nearer to Manchester), we’ll be back”

Russell Wilson

“Great days golf, course in excellent condition, hard to fault it”

Steve James

“Great course, warm welcome”

Ken Earl