Costs:
3 out of 5
TG Rating:
3 out of 5
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Players Rating:
4.17 out of 5
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Address: Naylors Road, LIVERPOOL, L27 2YA

Tel: 0151 487 0654

Website: www.childwallgolfclub.co.uk

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What we say...

3 out of 5

Childwall is a testing 6470 yard parkland course, demanding accuracy from the tee.
Childwall presents a very tough test of Golf and can match any course in the area. The course is not undulating and is very pleasant to walk. However, some holes do rise and this can affect the run of the ball.
The course design was based on the recommendation of James Braid when the Club moved to its present excellent site at Gateacre in 1938.
Over the years it has undergone some alterations, mainly to increase the length.
In addition to the course the Clubhouse is extremely attractive, serves excellent food and has a friendly, hospitable atmosphere.
Childwall ranks with the very best of courses in this area of very fine Golf Clubs.

Course Information

Course: 72 par

Course Style: Parkland

Green Fees: Mon-Fri: £40. Sat-Sun: £50

Course Length: 6,250 yards (5,715 metres)

Holes: 18

Difficulty: -

Course Membership: Private

Course Features

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Buggy Hire
  • Trolley Hire
  • Driving Range
  • Dress Code
  • Practice Green
  • Club Hire
  • Pro Shop
  • Handicap

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Course Description

The golf course design was based on the recommendation of James Braid when the golf club moved to its present site at Gateacre in 1938. Over the years it has undergone some alterations, mainly to increase the length.

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4.5 out of 5

The Childwall Open

By Jammo04

A very enjoyable day’s golf with three good friends. Greens were in very good condition and lightning fast. Some very well placed bunkers which unfortunately found me out on a number of holes. It is a rewarding course that will give up pars if you’re on your game. Excellent value on the 2 fore 1 vouchers and we will be returning there very soon.

4.5 out of 5

Cheeky Childwall

By Johnnywarmtheseat

 Always a pleasure to play and the best parkland in the Liverpool area, Childwall never disappoints. The greens are superb, the course does not drain too well so can become waterlogged after heavy rain. Best time to play in June when the shrubs are in full bloom, the tree lined fairways make for a very picturesque course. No... read more

3.5 out of 5

Childwall Golf Course Review

By spuddy09

A very enjoyable parkland course. The fairways are generous, two cuts of rough on most holes, the deeper cut is generally a fair depth and no more than a half shot penalty. The greens are immaculate in the Summer. The grass is mature offering a true roll. The majority of greens are large and flat. Most approaches to the front of the greens are the same. There are two greenside bunkers either side... read more

Childwall Golf Club Today's Golfer 2006-11-29T19:02:00.0000000 Childwall is a testing 6470 yard parkland course, demanding accuracy from the tee. Childwall presents a very tough test of Golf and can match any course in the area. The course is not undulating and is very pleasant to walk. However, some holes do rise and this can affect the run of the ball. The course design was based on the recommendation of James Braid when the Club moved to its present excellent site at Gateacre in 1938. Over the years it has undergone some alterations, mainly to increase the length. In addition to the course the Clubhouse is extremely attractive, serves excellent food and has a friendly, hospitable atmosphere. Childwall ranks with the very best of courses in this area of very fine Golf Clubs. Childwall is a testing 6470 yard parkland course, demanding accuracy from the tee. Childwall presents a very tough test of Golf and can match any course in the area. The course is not undulating and is very pleasant to walk. However, some holes do rise and this can affect the run of the ball. The course design was based on the recommendation of James Braid when the Club moved to its present excellent site at Gateacre in 1938. Over the years it has undergone some alterations, mainly to increase the length. In addition to the course the Clubhouse is extremely attractive, serves excellent food and has a friendly, hospitable atmosphere. Childwall ranks with the very best of courses in this area of very fine Golf Clubs. 4.253
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