Golfers can hone their game during a round on an 18-hole course (usually £22.50 on weekdays and £25 on weekends). Designed by Donald Steel, the course stretches across 262 sloping acres peppered with obstacles such as a stream, ponds, woodland and doglegs. Efforts are fuelled by a bacon roll (£3.60), accompanied by a tea or coffee (up to £1.80). Visitors can opt to pre-book a buggy to help navigate terrain for £20.
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ReviewsGolfshake (38 Reviews)
Shrigley Hall Golf Club earned a favourable 4/5 stars from Golfshake users. Reviewers found the course in good condition, and found its array of obstacles challenging. The fast greens met particular praise, and the welcoming staff were also noted.
Details verified 13/11/2013.
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