Golf in County Durham, Courses, Ranges & holidays
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County Durham Golf Courses, Clubs, Driving Ranges
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|BISHOP AUCKLAND GOLF CLUB||Golf Club|
|High Plains, Durham Road, Bishop Auckland, Co. Durham, DL14 8DL|
Welcome to Bishop, Auckland Golf Club, one of the finest parkland courses in the North of England.
This mature course was established in 1894 and provides a good test of golf, whatever your standard.
The golf club is situated on Durham Road which runs from the Market place towards Durham / Spennymoor.
Eleven Arches Golf Driving
Flatts Farm, Toronto, Bishop Auckland
Tel: 01388 664333
Eleven Arches Driving Range is open Monday to
Friday from 9am - 8pm, Saturdays and Sundays
from 9am -7pm. Two minutes from Bishop Auckland
Town Centre, yet set within a rural location
with stunning views of Auckland Caslte and the
Viaduct. Facilities include fourteen covered
bays, seven open air bays, an outside picnic
area and light refreshments are available.
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|DURHAM CITY GOLF CLUB||Golf Club|
|Littleburn, Langley Moor, Durham City, DH7 8HL|
A traditional golf club with modern standards, one of England's oldest inland clubs. The course offers a challenge for golfers of all abilities, the sloped greens and gentle terrain make it a testing but always enjoyable challenge. We have a fully qualified PGA Club Professional with AA status and a Level 3 coaching diploma. Fully stocked Pro shop and clubhouse. Located in the village of Langley Moor just off the A690, 2 miles south west of the ancient city centre of Durham, easily accessible from the A1(M). The history of the city makes it a must for visitors to the Northeast. For golfers, Durham City Golf Club should be added to their list of must play courses when visiting the region or organising a society day.