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Golf in Cumbria & The Lake District, Courses, Ranges & holidays

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Cumbria & The Lake District Golf Courses, Clubs, Driving Ranges

Alston Moor Golf Club

The Hermitage, Alston (on B6277 road), Cumbria, CA9 3DB
Tel: 01434 381675     Fax: 01434 381354

Founded in 1906 and opened on its present site in 1969 Alston Moor Golf Club is a 10 hole (18 tee) parkland and fell course measuring 5456 yards. The course is well maintained and has the distinction of not having to use winter greens as a result. Golfers are offered wonderful views of the North Pennines and Tyne Valley, all the more so due to the height of the course which drops about 2000 feet to its lowest point. The club is situated about two miles from Alston and is in the process of updating to 18 holes. Handicap certificates are not required for visiting golfers.

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Appleby Golf Club

Brackenber Moor, Appleby-in-Westmoreland, Cumbria, CA16 6LP
Tel: 01768 351432    Fax: 01768 352773

Appleby Golf Club is a moorland course with a delightful variety of holes and outstanding views of the Lake District Mountains or Pennine hills from all parts of the course. It is renowned for the excellence of its greens. Not too long for the average player many holes are more challenging than at first appearance. The clubhouse, extended in 1999, has a large and comfortable lounge with superb views. Excellent meals are provided by the Chef/Steward. The club attracts many visitors who are made most welcome. Many return frequently to enjoy the friendliness, scenery, birdsong and splendid golf course.

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Carlisle Golf Club

Aglionby, Carlisle, CA4 8AG
Tel: Bookings: 01228 513029    Fax: 01228 513303
Secretary: 01228 513029    Professional: 01228 513241    

Founded in 1908 Carlisle Golf Club has an 18 hole 6263 yard parkland course with a par of 71. The course is of an excellent standard all through the year and is not overly long, yet provides a challenge for golfers at every handicap level, thanks to some strategic dog legs and some memorable par 3's. Also with excellent clubhouse and restaurant facilities Carlisle Golf Club is well worth a visit.

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Cleabarrow, Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 3NB
Established in 1891 Windermere Golf Club has an 18 hole 5132 yard course with a par of 67.

Set in a delightful area of the Lake District National Park, about one and a half miles east of Bowness, the course provides some superb views of the mountains surrounding the lakes. The course is very enjoyable, although short it is slightly hilly and the fairways are relatively narrow providing a sporting round of golf. Likewise the clubhouse facilities and catering is also excellent, perfect as a holiday destination. All visitors are assured of a warm and friendly welcome.

Once visitors have played Windermere GC they return time after time to enjoy the splendid golf course.
Tel: 01539 443123
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Workington Golf Club

Branthwaite Road, Workington, Cumbria, CA14 4SS
Tel: 01900 603460    Fax: 01900 607122

Designed by James Braid in 1893 Workington Golf Club has an undulating meadowland course with many natural hazards including streams and trees. An 18 hole measuring 6252 yards the course also provides good views of the Solway Firth and lakes hills. A wide selection of meals are available at the clubhouse, and the club itself is located approximately two miles south east of Workingham.

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