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Sutton Hall Golf Club and Sutton Hall Golf Course
Sutton Hall Golf Club and Sutton Hall Golf Course
Welcome To Sutton Hall Golf Club
Details Correct As Of 07/04/2015

Address    Aston Lane
Town    Sutton Weaver
Postcode    WA7 3ED
Secretary / Manager    Greenhalgh
First Name / Manager    Roger
Telephone    01928 790 747
Fax    01928 759 174
Club Website Address   www.suttonhallgolf.co.uk
Email Address   info@suttonhallgolf.co.uk
Course Information Line Telephone    01928 714 872
Greenkeeper    Peter Sproston
Club Professional    Jamie Hope
Telephone    01928 714 872
Fax   No Information Given
Pro's Website Address   hotgolf.co.uk
Pro's Email Address   hotgolf@tiscali.co.uk
Club Steward / Manager    Roger
Telephone    01928 790 747
Fax   No Information Given
Number Of Holes    18 Hole
Course Yardage    6618
Par    72
Yardage Markers On Course   yes
Changing Room Facilities   yes
Handicap Certificates Required   no
Driving Range   yes
Soft Spikes Required   yes
Society Day(s)     Mon , Tue , Wed , Thur , Fri , Sat , Sun
Type Of Club    Proprietary
Course Type    Parkland
Green Fees Weekdays    20.00
Green Fees Weekends    25.00
Green Fees Twilight    15
Green Fees Junior    Half Of The Above
Green Fees Society    Winter. Full English Breakfast & 18 Holes 20
Green Fees Other   No Information Given
Joining Fee   No Information Given
7 Day Membership Fee    No Joining Fee. 715
5 Day Membership Fee    No Joining Fee. 565
Ladies Membership Fee    No Joining Fee. 7 Day 695. 5 Day 545
Junior Membership Fee    100
Country Membership Fee    N/A
Other Membership Fees    Intermediate. 300
Membership Fee Information   No Information Given
Proshop Available   yes
Club Hire Available   no
Club Repairs Available   yes
Custom Club Fitting Service   yes
Trolley Hire Available   yes
Electric Trolley Repair   yes
Buggy Hire Available   yes
Lessons Available   yes
Course Planner Available   no
Bar Available   yes
Breakfast Available   yes
Lunch Available   yes
Afternoon Tea Available   yes
Dinner Available   yes
Accommodation Available   no
History Of Sutton Hall Golf Club

The land at Sutton Hall Golf Club is an ancient site and has some documented history.

Firstly being owned by one Hoetei de Sutton in 1100, then by a Sir Peter Dutton who had a mansion here in 1248, followed by his descendent John Warburton who built the present house 1480, which has some of the medieval construction still surviving today.

The spring-fed lake in front of the clubhouse was constructed several hundred years ago to use the water flow to drive a mill for grinding corn in medieval times and to water stock. Since then there has been a succession of owners.

Becketts Wood which borders the length of the 17th hole was named after Allen and Samuel Beckett two eighteenth century farmers. Lowes Wood in the centre of the course was named after Henry Lowe from the nineteenth century. Many of the holes are called after the eighteenth century field names in which they are situated.

The present owners started the construction of Sutton Hall Golf Club at the beginning of 1994 with the design work undertaken by Ace Golf Ltd and course building by Michael Lowe and Associates. The course opened for play on October 14th 1995 with the clubhouse open for use in October 1996.

11/05/2011 - Sent by Mark Stuart
  Have just played Sutton Hall for the 1st time and was very impressed with the overall layout. at over 6300 yards off the yellows and with greens hidden away by dog legs and blind shots, it is a far test for all levels of golfers. having some of the smallest greens i have played to and with suttlle and some not so suttle breaks and mulit tier greens, it is very easy to 3 putt any of them. the course is not littered with trees on every hole but this does not reduce the dangers you will find on each hole. for the cost of a mere 16 this is truely worth the journey and the cost.

21/03/2011 - Sent by Ben
  Ok, so I recently went for a social game of golf at Sutton Hall golf club with a friend. I had read a set of mixed reviews about the course prior to going but I went there with an open mind.

The 1st thing that struck me was how completely bare if features the course was! Whilst walking up the 1st fairway, I could see half a dozen adjacent fairways.

One review I read prior to playing there said the course was 'like a field with holes in it' and I couldn't put it better myself!

I've played many courses in this area and Sutton Hall takes the wooden spoon by some distance. With so many great courses to pick from within the local area, I see no reason why anyone would ever play this course.

I'd rather hit some balls at the driving range than visit this course again!!

Very disappointing, avoid even a free round here!!

21/03/2011 - Sent by Chris
  The course is dull, dull, dull. The only re-deeming feature is the pro shop. If you need golf gear check it out, if you want a round of golf, don't bother.

13/04/2009 - Sent by James Clarke
  I recently played at Sutton Hall Golf Club (FEB) and was amazed at how dry it was. Most courses in the area were closed due to the recent bad weather, but Sutton Hall was amazingly dry under foot. The course was in great condition and the sloping quick greens a tough test for my limited skills !!! If you have not yet played at Sutton Hall you are in for a treat.

P.S Best proshop ive ever been in an amazing amount of stock well worth the trip !!!!

James Clarke Warrington

26/05/2007 - Sent by Tony Flynn
  The Course is now 11 Years old and has matured very quickly to test all golfers.The trees lining the centre of the course are now trouble and the greens are tricky and usually test new comers and challenging match teams.
Its not unusual to come here with a Handicap of 8 and find yourself working yourself out to double figures again.
Well worth a visit any time of Year.

02/06/2003 - Sent by Lee Radcliffe
  A demanding course with difficult greens. I've recently joined and it's improved my game a lot. If your putting is not on song, you're in for a high score.

A wooded parkland course. A great test for golfers of all ability, every hole offers a distinct challenge and you really will want to play here again. Excellent drainage means the course is playable all the year round. The course has stunning views overlooking the Weaver estuary and will delight every one who visits.

Winter. Full English Breakfast & 18 Holes £20. Every Day.
Summer. Bacon & Sausage Bap & 18 Holes Of Golf. £22 Monday-Thursday. £29 Saturday-Sunday.
Summer. Bacon & Sausage Bap & 18 Holes Of Golf & 2 course Evening Meal. £32 Monday-Friday. £38 Saturday-Sunday.
Summer. 18 Holes Of Golf & Steak & Kidney Pie, Chips, Peas & Gravy. £26 Monday-Friday. £31 Saturday-Sunday.
Summer. Bacon & Sausage Bap, 8 Holes Of Golf, Lunch Of Sandwich & Chips, 18 Holes & 2 Course Evening Meal. £42 Monday Or Thursday Only.
Summer. Full Breakfast & 18 Holes Of Golf & Soup Of The Day & Crusty Bread. £28 Monday-Friday. £33 Saturday-Sunday.
Many Other Fantastic Deals. Please Ring The Clubhouse On 01928 790 747.
Off the M56 junction 12. Head for Frodsham, 1/2 a mile at the `T` junction turn left onto the A56 and in 3/4 of a mile turn right into Aston Lane and we are signposted 100yds on the right.
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