West Lancashire is one of England's oldest clubs, having been founded in 1873. The course itself is a traditional seaside track, where the elements are all-important in determining the course's character, which can change greatly from day to day.
11 holes at West Lancashire are over 400 yards, making solid striking absolutely essential for those who have aspirations of good scoring. The undulations, particularly around the putting surfaces, many of which are raised on plateaus, are the main challenge around here.
The superb clubhouse affords panoramic views across the 9th and 18th greens to the Mersey, Anglesey and the Welsh Hills, and the balcony is the perfect place for a deserved beer after tackling the links as part of a tour of the Southport area.
West Lancashire is a regular choice for Open Championship Qualifying, including 1976, when Bernhard Langer, Ian Woosnam, Nick Faldo and Sandy Lyle all took part.
West Lancashire Golf Club is ranked as one of the best courses in North West England
What a set up and stunning course. Right up there with best we have played. Top class all round.
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A - £50 plus discretionary
A - There are 2 bars on site
A - Sky Sports
A - There is complimentary parking