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Welcome to Chorlton-Cum-Hardy Golf Club
A Challenging Parkland Course
Boasting one of the most exciting and demanding courses to play in Cheshire. A superbly maintained parkland course, one of the notable features of it is the amount of times water comes into play, making several of the holes all the more testing. You will find your short game tested to the full as the greens are well protected, and they also play fast and true.
Framed around our spectacular 16th Century Listed Clubhouse, Barlow Hall
A True Test For Golfers Of All Abilities
Testing all standards of golfer and with a fine clubhouse in which to relax after your game to enjoy a bite to eat and a drink or two.
Offering exciting, modern and wholesome cuisine to hungry and thirsty Golfers and our Neighbours
Available for Function Hire
The course is open. 23/05/24 Course open ,18 holes open

Welcome to Chorlton-cum-Hardy Golf Club

Founded 1902

Chorlton-cum-Hardy Golf Club is an oasis in the heart of the city, its tranquil surroundings make it hard to believe the course is just four miles away from the centre of Manchester. Situated just off junction 5 of the M60, the club is easily accessible for everyone. Chorlton-cum-Hardy has a rich history and is a true test of golf for all abilities. Members and Visitors are welcome to come and enjoy our warm hospitality, fully stocked pro shop and indoor academy, stunning greens and amazing views during and after the round on the clubhouse balcony.

Chorlton is a challenging parkland course which winds its way down narrow fairways and around the banks of the River Mersey. The ancient dyke which crosses the course provides a challenging hazard, as does the elevated land of Spion Kop and Barlow Wood. Although mainly situated on low lying meadowland, over the years a variety of trees have been planted, encouraging the proliferation of a rich variety of wildlife.

Chorlton has one of the most unique clubhouses in the country, the majestic 13th century Barlow Hall providing a perfect retreat after the exertions out on the golf course. This historic venue provides a comprehensive range of dining and bar facilities, including the sun lounge and balcony where you can watch the action at the short par 18th.