Consett and District Golf Club

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Welcome to Consett and District Golf Club

 
 

tee_buttonConsett & District Golf course is an 18 hole, mature parkland course formed in 1911 and redesigned by Harry Vardon a few years later. A course review has recently been completed with the yardage now being 6083 yards. The course is set in 100 acres of the beautiful Derwent Valley on the county border between Durham and Northumberland. 

The course offers an enjoyable experience for all ages and golfing abilities. Consett Golf Club has a reputation second to none for its friendly atmosphere and excellent bar and catering facilities. It is the perfect location to complete your day's golf, have a meal, take some refreshment and enjoy the breathtaking views

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Consett & District Golf Club thanks our sponsors – Heineken UK and Advanced Financial Planning. Please click on their logo to go to their website

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Course Maintenance

Remedial work has started to repair the drought damage on several green 'fringes', with re turfing and or re seeding please treat these areas as GUR.

 

Course Conditions

The course is OPEN with no restrictions, however can buggy users please avoid unnecessary damage and walk where possible to tees etc . Please respect other members and keep ALL trolleys and buggies OUTSIDE white lines !!!

Please don’t forget  for up to date info throughout the day call the ‘Course information line’ on 01207 509996.

 

 

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