What we say
A delightfully undulating heathland course that’s par 70 for women and 68 for men. It’s the Wirral’s hidden gem and with short walks between greens and tees is an absolute joy to play, specially the quartet of testing par 3s.
Wirral Ladies' is a vibrant club with a historic past and an exciting 'present'. It provides an excellent opportunity for women of all ages and from all backgrounds to participate in the game of golf. the relatively short course of just under 5000 yards, means that a round is possible in under three hours, an important consideration for women with a busy lifestyle.
The club has always encouraged its business ladies and provides alternative days and times for almost every competition. The opportunity to play at weekends with few restrictions makes it very attractive for women who work.
As well as monthly medal and stableford competitions, all ladies, whether working or not, compete for a host of other cups and trophies, many of which have been presented by or in memory of those pioneering women who form part of the club's history. There are also many opportinities for mixed competition, some formal but others simply friendly get-togethers, often followed by supper.
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- Players Rating
- Address 93 Bidston Road, , PRENTON
- Tel 0151 652 2468
- Website http://www.wirral-ladies-golf-club.co.uk
|Green Fees||Mon-Fri £40, Sat-Sun £50|
|Course Length||5,000 yards (4,572 metres)|
- Course does not have: Bar
- Course does not have: Buggy Hire
- Course does not have: Driving Range
- Course does not have: Practice Green
- Course does not have: Pro Shop
- Course does not have: Restaurant
- Course does not have: Trolley Hire
- Course has: Dress Code
- Course does not have: Club Hire
- Course has: Handicap
April golf on a winter course. Roped off areas. Slow play, rude members who carved us up by cutting in.
Played this for a change Last week. Oh dear oh dear. Firstly course info said Course open, it was not there were several temporary greens in play (if you can call them that, the 6th temp was just a muddy patch with a bucket for a hole). The course has clearly took a beating this winter it resembled the local park, sloppy mud everywhere & sunken wheeltracks. Most tees either from the fairway, or long rough couldn't tell which was which or from cheap AstroTurf matts. We played early and the bunkers were not raked, full of animal feet.
Atrocious condition, the tees and greens resemble football pitches, as mentioned below GUR even on greens, divots everywhere. Please save your money and go to Bromborough or somewhere nice. People pleasant enough though.
Extremley poor condition. GUR in play in june, Greens patchy & long. Fairways long, generally uncared for......Dont Bother.
a great course in great condition from tee to green, fairly short but a great test with some drivable par 4's and some tricky par 3's. All in all very enjoyable golf.