Chorlton is a challenging parkland course which winds its way down narrow fairways and around the banks of the River Mersey.
The ancient dyke which crosses the course provides a challenging hazard, as does the elevated land of Spion Kop and Barlow Wood. Although mainly situated on low lying meadowland, over the years a variety of trees have been planted, encouraging the proliferation of a rich variety of wildlife.
Chorlton has one of the most unique clubhouses in the country, the majestic 13th century Barlow Hall providing a perfect retreat after the exertions out on the golf course. This historic venue provides a comprehensive range of dining and bar facilities, including the sun lounge and balcony where you can watch the action at the short par 18th.
Set in an idyllic rural location next to Trafford Water Sports Centre, Sale Golf Club offers a gently undulating parkland course that presents an enjoyable challenge to both high and low handicap golfers.
Providing 'year round' play, the course is maintained to the highest standards using the latest equipment. Fairways and outstanding greens are amongst the best within the region, making this the perfect setting to enjoy a round of golf.
Established in 1891 Didsbury Golf Club is a magnificent, secluded 18 hole parkland course which gently meanders along the banks of the River Mersey. Re-designed by the renowned Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas partnership, the stunning course, combined with the very best practice facilities of any golf club in South Manchester, without doubt make Didsbury THE Premier golf club in the Mersey Valley. The large clubhouse provides spectacular views across the course and has lounge, bar and meeting rooms suitable for various functions, large or small. Didsbury Golf Club also offers members and visitors first class professional tuition supervised by James Curtis and his team of coaches.
Renowned for its friendly atmosphere, Didsbury Golf Club offers members and visitors alike a fantastic golfing experience within a haven of tranquillity.
Withington Golf Club was instituted in December 1892 and has remained on the same land ever since. Withington is a splendid parkland course located along the winding and picturesque River Mersey. At par 71 and almost 6500 yards in length it offers a challenge to the most discerning player and at the same time is a pleasure for the higher handicapper.
The lush tree lined fairways and manicured greens have been described as the best in the Greater Manchester area. Withington has always been one of the foremost golf clubs in the area. Over the years, it has hosted many prestigious competitions and matches at professional and amateur level, together with Manchester Alliance, exhibition, Pro-Am and charity events. Currently the Tamsel Tour holds a two day professional competition at Withington in the Spring. Visitors are always welcome.
Founded in 1913, Northenden Golf Club is situated on the banks of the River Mersey five miles south of Manchester city centre.
The current, and very highly regarded, parkland course, designed by Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas, was officially opened in 1973 and its variety of trees, bunkers and water hazards, not forgetting the river which lurks on the right hand side for the first six holes, poses a good test for both high and low handicappers alike.