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Wallasey Golf Club

Beoordeling met 5 sterren guest rating 9.1 - 1 review
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Course info Wallasey Golf Club

Course

18 Holes / 72 Par

Course Type

Links

Green fee (rates 2005)

monday - friday

saturday and sunday

€ 48

€ 64

Length

cr

sr

Metres/Yards

6041 meter

6607 yard

Handicap

ja

Driving range

no

Golf cart

no

Wallasey Golf Club

Bayswater Road

L45 8LA  Wallesey

Tel: +44 151 6393630

Fax: +44 151 6388988

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Reviews from visitors

Beoordeling met 5 sterren

Founded in 1891 by members from nearby Hoylake, with an initial layout from Old Tom Morris⁠

Bobby Jones played his qualifying round at Wallasey for the 1930 Open at Royal Liverpool. Wallasey must have had a lasting effect on Bobby Jones too, as he sat for a portrait painted by one of the members. This portrait ‘Bobby’ still hangs proudly in the lounge to this day. ⁠

As you start to play Wallasey, it lures you into a false sense of security with a fairly innocuous straight par 4 hole running alongside the road. ⁠

The second hole is famous for a totally different reason. A par 4, almost 90 degree dog leg right, wide enough to take on the corner or keep left and get on in regulation for your second shot. ⁠
Doctor Frank Stableford a member at Wallasey Golf Club at the time came up with the Stableford scoring system on this hole. I wonder if he had a nightmare on hole 1? ⁠

You won’t even know about this hole until you clamber over the dunes to the 4th hole and the world appears to just open up ahead of you to a wide open expanse overlooking the sea. On the horizon a multitude of majestic wind turbines quietly going about their business glinting in the sunshine as they sparkle off the sea gently lapping around them. ⁠

Wallasey remains one of my all time favourite golf courses to play in the world and I hope to return one day soon. ⁠.

sarahforrest | 25-02-2021 | review: Wallasey Golf Club

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