Lake District Golf Tours UK prides its self on having the ability to organise bespoke golfing packages for our customers. We aim to give you not just a golfing vacation, but an experience of the area that will leave a lasting impression on you.

Appleby Golf Club

Appleby Golf Club, founded in 1894, is located on the outskirts of the ancient royal borough of Appleby-in-Westmorland in Cumbria, situated just of the A66 the course is easily accessible from the north east and west and only 12 miles from Junction 40 of the M6.

With stunning panoramic views of the North Pennines, Howgills and Lakeland fells make this challenging course a visual delight.

The moorland course is renowned for its excellent greens – some say 'the best in Cumbria. The course measures 5993 par 68 (SSS 69) for men and 5342 yards, par 72 for ladies and is a fair and enjoyable test for beginners through to more experienced golfers.

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Brampton Golf Club

Situated in a beautiful area of North Cumbria and boasts superb views of the Lake District, the North Pennines and Southern Scotland.

Originally designed by James Braid, the course now measures 6,407 yards off the competition tees and 6,084 yards off the forward tees, with a par of 72 and standard scratch of 71.

Described as a "Mini Gleneagles" the undulating heathland offering a challenge to all standards of golfer in an idyllic setting. Golf World in 1995 described the course as "The Jewel of Cumbria".

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Carlisle Golf Club

Certainly a must when visiting Cumbria, an Open Championship Qualifying venue, and host to the 2010 English Seniors Championship, although not the longest course it still provides a stiff test of golf to players of all abilities,members and visitors frequently single out the four par 3's as the most memorable set of short holes of their experience, many visitors comment that one of the beauties of Carlisle is that no two holes are the same,the course is situated amongst mature trees in gently undulating parkland and is one of most attractive in Northern England.

Carlisle Golf Club is less than one mile from the M6, Junction 43.

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Casterton Golf Club

The nine hole course is situated one mile north of Kirkby Lonsdale and is set in beautiful countryside overlooking the market town making it well worth a visit.

The course at Casterton was founded over 50 years ago. In recent years the course has been radically improved and extended after a new layout was introduced in 1993.

On the course the views from all directions are spectacular. On one side there are the Yorkshire Dales, on another the Lakeland Fells and looking southwards down the Lune Valley towards the Lancashire Coast.

The course measures 5,800 yards and has been designed using the naturally undulating parkland with rocky outcrop. Many trees have been planted with shrubs and small plants round some of the greens and tee areas. All the holes have their own character and features providing a challenge for all golfing abilities.

The course has a reputation for the excellence of its greens and the high standard to which it is maintained.

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Cockermouth Golf Club

The 18 hole James Braid designed Cockermouth course is a great test of golf combined with spectacular scenery . After teeing off you will soon appreciate the views that are opening up around you, some of the finest in Cumbria.

You could be forgiven for that odd errant shot as you take a glimpse of Bassenthwaite Lake and Skiddaw in the background. In the Lorton Valley the mountains of Whiteside, Grassmoor and Melbreak dominate the scene. On a clear day you can see the Isle of Man and the mountains of Scotland across the Solway.

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Eden Golf Club

The Eden Golf Course is a hidden gem situated along the banks of the River Eden with beautiful views of the Lake District and Pennine fells. Tight tree lined fairways and numerous natural water hazards mark this course out as a great test of golf. Located just outside Carlisle five minutes from the M6 and an hours drive from the centre of Newcastle this course is a must for any discerning golfer who wishes to step outside the comfort zone.

Opened in 1991, Eden has matured into an extremely attractive golf course receiving great praise from visiting golfers for its immaculate condition, beautiful environment and above all its ability to test golfers without being unfair.

The fairways wind their way through the fifty acres of woodland around which the course is designed although tremendous views of the Pennine and Lakeland fells are still afforded on various parts of the course.

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Eskdale Golf Club

Eskdale Golf Club is well worth visiting in the Lake District, combining great self catering accommodation and salmon fishing.

Henry Cotton three times Open Champion in the 1940's, helped in its development and held it in great affection, with stunning views that attract golfers each year and combined with a layout that will test the most skillful player, The signature hole is undoubtedly the 151 yard 14th. An elevated tee looks towards a green set within a vast trout pond which requires an accurate shot to stay out of trouble.

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Furness Golf Club

Founded in 1872 by itinerate Scottish workers, Furness Golf Club is recorded as the 6th oldest golf Club in England. Established originally on nearby Biggar Bank, the Club moved to its present location in 1880. The 18 hole course comprises 6 outward holes, 6 inward holes and the final 6 holes alternating in each direction. This layout coupled with a varying sea breeze provides an interesting and challenging test for all categories of golfer. Bounded by the Irish Sea to the West, the course affords beautiful sea views which are complimented by the equally stunning views of the South Lake District.

The course is 18 holes set along the shore line off Walney Island at the tip of the Furness Peninsular.

The present course is 5976 yards long from the yellow tees with a par of 71 and SSS of 69. The medal course (white tees) measures 6304 with par of 71 and SSS of 70.

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Grange over Sands Golf Club

Grange Golf Club carries a delightful countryside and coastal ambiance, with stunning views of the surrounding woods and open countryside.

The course itself is a fair par 70, constructed in the 1920's. Many of the originally designed McKenzie holes are still in play but this is not a "links" type course.

Grange Club House looks across the course to the Lake District hills.

The area is a popular holiday destination and any visiting golfer is sure to find suitable accommodation in the surrounding area and a relaxing holiday atmosphere in which to play a round of golf.

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Kendal Golf Club

Kendal Golf club proudly celebrated its centenary in 1991 and indeed has now been at its present location for over 100 years, having moved from 'The Old Racecourse' in 1896.

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Keswick Golf Club

Set on Threlkeld Common in the stunning countryside of the Lake District, Keswick golf club offers outstanding, panoramic views of the Lakeland Hills, taking in Blencathra, Skiddaw and Clough Head amongst others.

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Kirkby Lonsdale Golf Club

Kirkby Lonsdale Golf Club is set between the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks in that secret jewel of the North West, the Lune Valley. Dramatic views, lush fairways and a natural undulating terrain, with every hole presenting a new and different challenge, provide a fair test of golf and a most enjoyable experience.

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Penrith Golf Club

A Cumbrian golf course situated in a splendid location between the delights of the Eden Valley and the majesty of the Lake District. The Lakeland fells provide a magnificent backdrop to this par 69 course.

Located high above the lovely town of Penrith, this moorland course offers a worthy challenge to any visiting golfer. A clear day will have the added advantage of providing some of the finest views of the mountains of the Northern Lake District.

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Seascale Golf Club

A fine traditional course open all year round regardless of what mother nature throws at it!!! Situated on the West coast of Cumbria with views of the Isle of Man and Scotland to the West, the mountains of the Lake District to the East makes this a perfect place to enjoy a great day, both on and off the course. The course is a traditional links which is maintained to the highest standards offering golfers of all levels of ability an ideal place to test out their skills.

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Silecroft Golf Club

Silecroft is a nine hole/eighteen tee links Golf Course set on the West Coast of Cumbria.

Stand on the first tee and look across the Irish Sea, just a quick slice away, to the Isle of Man shimmering in the distance.

As you progress around the course you will see Barrow–in–Furness and Walney Island to the South, whilst to the North is the imposing Black Combe at the foot of which Silecroft Village is located.

On a clear, sunny and still day the course has enough challenges for all handicaps, but when the wind blows.

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Silloth on Solway Golf Club

Situated on the North West coast of Cumbria, Silloth on Solway Golf Club is blessed with stunning views of the Galloway Hills to the north, and south to the Lakeland fells and the distant Isle of Man. The Championship links of over 6,600 yards has been laid out over the sand-hills west of town, touched by some of the great classical golf architects, but mostly moulded by Nature herself. The links is an R & A Regional Qualifying Courses for the Open.

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Ulverston Golf Club

The Club is situated at the southern end of the Lake District overlooking Morecambe Bay. Set within 190 acres of rolling parkland and wooded areas, Ulverston facilities offer a testing but fair golf course with superb amenities, anyone seeking an excellent test of golf on their visit to Cumbria will not be disappointed with this exceptionally well maintained golf course, which is playable virtually throughout the year.

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Windermere Golf Club

One of many superb courses in Cumbria, Windermere Golf Club is situated in the heart of the beautiful Lake District with spectacular views over Lake Windermere and the surrounding fells. The course has been referred to as a 'miniature Gleneagles' and is popular choice for both social and competitive golf.

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Workington Golf Club

A James Braid designed a 18 hole course that is situated on the Western coastal fringe of the Lake District. Workington Golf Club is an undulating course punctuated by the deeply incised valley of a small beck. So, while there are not many "hanging lies" there are some steep contours to be negotiated

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