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Founded in 1877, Haydock Park Golf Club is a well-established golf course situated near Haydock Park Racecourse. It is a mature parkland course of just over 6,000 yards. The course was designed by the famous golf course architect James Braid, who you can find more information about by clicking here.
Haydock Park is one of the North West's premier golf clubs; it's tree-lined fairways and well bunkered greens make scoring well a real challenge, for both high and low handicappers. We welome visitors every day during the week except Tuesdays (Ladies Competition Day) and weekends.
Membership is currently available for both Gentlemen and Ladies, more information on subscriptions and the application procedure can be found via the 'Membership' section of the website. If you wish to take a tour of our course, with various images and a detailed description of each hole, simply navigate to the course tour by clicking 'The Course' above.
Latest Club News
The 2013 Club Classic Final V Wentworth
Posted on: 29th November 2013
HAYDOCK PARK gave it their best shot but suffered an agonising sudden death defeat by WENTWORTH in the final of the Mail on Sunday Club Classic at El Rompido in Southern Spain.
They got off to a flying start when Louis Tomlinson, 2 down after 4 holes, stormed back to beat Scott Bryan 4 and 3. being 5 under par in the process. Second out Andy Eyre met his nemesis in Rob Bicker and his unblemished winning run in the competition came to a shuddering halt with a 7 and 6 reversal. Team Captain Ken Sargent had to pull on all his golfing nous to outsmart and outplay 12 handicapper Kevin McCarten together with caddie Captain Ed Spitzer, to eclipse him 3 and 2. Barry Giblin, who struggled all week on the glassy greens, could not peg back an early deficit at the tail of the field, eventually succumbing 4 and 3 to Leyton Hardwick.
The match result was going to hinge on Phil Sargents game with James Bicker. One down going down the last, Phils dramatic pitch in birdie won him the hole and squared the match.
The number 5 players then had to recommence battle to decide the tie in sudden death. A half on the first merely prolonged the agony as Barry had to concede on the green, having visited the hazard twice with Leyton sitting pretty 6 feet from the hole in 2 shots.
A gallant effort from the lads all around, but ultimately congratulations to Wentworth.
Club Gate In Memory Of Joe Moore
Posted on: 1st October 2013
The plaque affixed to the entrance gate was presented by Joe Moore’s
family to mark the sterling work Joe did for the Club, especially
rescuing the original 19th
century gate from the pond adjacent
to the 17th
tee and returning it to it’s proud position at the entrance to Golborne Park