Located in a mature part of the Leverhulme Estate at the heart of the Wirral Peninsula, Bromborough is renowned as a hidden gem of a Golf Course; “Wirral’s Parkland Jewel”. For over 100 years golfers have been tackling the distinctive 18 holes that play between 6300 and 6600 yards depending on the tees used. Its quality can be evidenced by its selection to host the English Amateur Matchplay Championship in 2005, English Men’s Seniors Championship 2003 and the Cheshire Matchplay in 2010.
We are very proud of our course and also our role in the development of Paul Waring, formerly English Amateur Matchplay Champion and currently making his name on the PGA European Tour. Whether you aspire to his standard or just play golf for enjoyment, you should take the Bromborough challenge.
Bromborough came into being in 1903 and is at the heart of the rural Wirral. But the peace and tranquillity was shattered in April 1955 when a RAF Bristol Beaufighter was forced to make an emergency landing on the golf course, while 14 years later the golf course lost four holes – and was temporarily shortened to a par 66 – following the construction of the M53 motorway.