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High Legh Park Golf Club - Sunday 29th November - 9am - 10.57am - (4 Person Team) £30pp

There are few more glorious natural settings in Cheshire than this stretch of parkland surrounded by woodland of pine, oak and birch; the vibrant rhododendrons adding a splash of colour. The heavily wooded landscape has aesthetic and strategic benefits in the sense that it is both easy on the eye and ideal for creating well-defined hole routings.

Current Leage Table

Player Events Points Stb Points Net Birdie Gross Birdie Nearest Pin Long Drive
Bill Gibson 1 0 18 5 2 0 0
Andy Dawson 1 0 18 3 2 0 0
Adam Lord 1 0 18 5 1 0 0
Andy Window 1 0 18 3 1 0 0

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The course was designed by renowned British Golf Course Architect Simon Gidman. The site itself is set in gently rolling, peaceful, Cheshire countryside.

All greens are constructed to USGA specifications.  Each hole is individually characteristic and provides a true test of golf requiring imaginative shot making with every club in the bag whilst remaining enjoyable to play for all standards of golfer. 

Championship golf, refined comfort and elegant surroundings. Set in 262 acres of glorious Cheshire countryside, Shrigley Hall Hotel offers a true championship course, and a real test of skill and stamina, whatever your handicap. Our 18 hole, par 71 course takes you through magnificent woodland and open parkland. Its toughest challenges are the par 3 8th hole that features a meandering stream, greenside ponds and wooded backdrop, along with our closing stretch from the 16th – three of the finest closing holes in the North West of England.

7,006 yard 18-hole, Par 72 Championship golf course in Cheshire, is one of a kind. The host venue for the 2013 European Senior's PGA Championship; its tree-lined fairways and subtle rolling greens present a challenge to even the most seasoned golfer.

Set in 270 acres of Cheshire's finest parkland and located one mile from the picturesque village of Prestbury, the tricky, well-guarded greens are broken up into two contrasting circuits of nine. The front nine, with its impressive back-drop of the 18th century hall, gently rolls over meadowland and offers golfers many chances to make a score. The back nine winds through rich woodland and is a much more demanding test of golf, giving you the chance to feel like you’re playing in The Open Championship

There are few more glorious natural settings in Cheshire than this stretch of parkland surrounded by woodland of pine, oak and birch; the vibrant rhododendrons adding a splash of colour. The heavily wooded landscape has aesthetic and strategic benefits in the sense that it is both easy on the eye and ideal for creating well-defined hole routings.