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Hurlston Hall Golf ClubHurlston Hall Golf Club, Lancashire is an 18 hole, par 72 (6540 yard), private, parkland golf course designed by Donald Steel. Price Guide: £££££
Hurlston Gate, Scarisbrick, Lancashire, L40 8JD United KingdomTel: 01704 840400 | Fax: 01704 841404
Golf Pro: Jon Esclapez | Tel: 01704 842 829
Contact/Secretary: Malcolm Atherton (Gen Mgr)
Book a Tee TimePrice Guide: £££££
- Midweek Guide: £42.00 per round *
- Weekend Guide: £47.00 per round *
Facilities: Driving range, Golf clubs for hire, Golf buggies for hire, Golf pro shop, Changing rooms, Golf clubhouse, Bar, Food available, Available for functions, golf course.
Location: Scarisbrick (just off A570, 2 miles W of Ormskirk, 6 miles from Southport).
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24 ratings from Golfshake members
What the club says: Hurlston Hall is the daring dream of a farming couple brought to reality by the distinctive, imaginative ideas of internationally renowned golf architect Donald Steel. Hurlston Hall is recognised for its rolling fairways, seven lakes, two streams, thousands of trees and splendid, subtle greens. Also notable is the luxurious clubhouse, which boasts three bars and a panoramic view of the surrounding golf course and distant Pennines.
We were fortunate that we chose a beautiful summers day to play and see the course in all its glory.
Just a couple of criticisms.On the day we played the pro shop was being refurbished and was a bit of a mess.Also we were criticised by couple of older players for slow play,despite them never being right behind us until the hole where they had a moan at us.We said that we would let them play through if they wanted to but our offer was declined.
But,overall a very nice course with many excellent holes.The most difficult I thought was the Par 5 11th,measuring 533 from the yellows with a wind back against ourselves and meaning each shot has to be hit from the meat of the club.
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