Golf Courses in Northumberland
Northumberland is home to a number of golf courses located just yards from some outstanding coastal scenery
Alnwick Castle Golf Club
Alnwick Castle Golf Club takes pride in the layout of the course with the 18 holes stretching over 6,250 yards which provides a fantastic test of golf. There are many natural hazards including grasslands and gorse. The parkland course offers stunning views across the countryside that stretches out to the coast.
Alnmouth (Foxton) Golf Club
Alnmouth is a coastal course with parkland turf and a reputation for its excellent condition. It is the fourth oldest club in England, and is situated in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.
Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club
Dunstanburgh Castle nestles in Embleton Bay and boasts to being one of the finest courses in the area. It is a traditional links course, created by the great golf course architect, James Braid. Set amongst beautiful scenery on the North-East coast of Northumberland’s Heritage Coastline, you will enjoy a visit which will stay with you forever.
Bamburgh Castle Golf Club
Bamburgh Castle Golf Club offers stunning views of Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands, the Cheviots and of course Bamburgh Castle, the course is one of the truest links experiences to be had in England. The course is lined by gorse, heather, whinstone and rare fauna. While not the longest course, amounting to just over 5,600 yards, it is a demanding par 68.
Seahouses Golf Club
Seahouses Golf Course is one of the traditional Northumberland Golf Courses, with a standard scratch of 68 which is seldom bettered. This Northumberland golf course boasts two of the most prestigious par threes in the north of England. The challenging 10th hole offers golfers the internationally famous Logans Loch to play over and this coupled with the notorious 15th over “The Cove” will leave you with many memories for years to come.
Goswick Golf Club
A James Braid masterpiece widely acknowledged as a truly classic Northumberland links Golf course, so much so, that the R&A has chosen Goswick as a regional qualifier for the Open Championship for five years from 2008. Goswick, a Championship Golf Course in every sense of the word, measures a mean 6,803 yards from the medal tees. All this set in the most stunning coastal scenery in Northumberland – a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Your visit to this superb gem of a Northumberland Golf Course will be fondly remembered.
Burgham Park Golf Club
Burgham Park is a championship parkland course located in the lovely Northumberland countryside, 20 minutes from Newcastle and just a few miles north of Morpeth, just off the A1. It has panoramic views of Simonside hills to the West and the coast to the East. The course in beautiful rolling countryside provides a challenging round for all abilities, playing off the championship tees measuring 7065 yards, the medal tees at 6804 yards and the
leisure tees at 6403 yards. The maturing parklands with water hazards, is both beautiful and tranquil and includes some of the finest greens in the