Tuesday 15th October - Course Open 14 holes Holes 12-15 closed.
In order to look after the course over the winter months we recommend the use of winter wheels on your trollies or if you can carry then that is even better.
Winter Membership Offer
Well Draining Course
Play in Club winter competitions
£170 October to March
£120 November to march
Office - 015242 76365 David Towers email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pro Shop - 015242 76366
Kitchen - 015242 76367
Kirkby Lonsdale Golf Club is situated in the picturesque Lune Valley within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. We pride ourselves on giving all our visitors a warm Cumbrian welcome.
Our course measures 6594 yards and is laid out in over 165 acres of spectacular countryside.
Our 18 hole layout is set out in two anti-clockwise nine hole loops that make full use of the natural terrain. The front nine crosses Barbon Beck and works its way down to the River Lune, before returning back to the clubhouse. The back nine heads north up the valley, presenting you with spectacular views of the Howgill Fells, before heading to the high point of the course on the 15th green.
The final three holes then provide a strong finish as you turn back into the prevailing south westerly breeze, with our signature 17th hole being a par 3 to a green perched just over Barbon Beck.
Visiting Group Packages
We offer a range of options for 18 or 27 holes with breakfast,
lunch, afternoon tea or evening meal catering options. These are priced
from £36 per person. Bookings for visiting groups of 8 or more golfers
are accepted any day of the week.
Further details of our combined golf and catering packages are available here.
To make an enquiry please call David Towers on 015242 76365 or email@example.com for a tailor made quote for any other golf and catering package.
“Just wanted to drop you a line to thank you and all your colleagues for the fantastic day we had on Friday. Had really positive feedback from all concerned regarding the course, the hospitality and also the food throughout the day - all of which were spot on!”