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Formby Golf Club

Formby's links are set amongst coastal sand dunes and towering pines

Formby Golf Club

This championship seaside links course is to be found just south of Royal Birkdale in North-West England. Founded in 1884, Formby was originally laid out by Willie Park as a 9-hole course. The 18-hole course was modified by James Braid and Harry S. Colt in the 1920s and, more recently, it has been extended by Donald Steel. Playing in parts through pine trees, which provide some protection from the wind, the course requires accuracy rather than distance. Formby has been declared an SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) and there is a profusion of wildlife and plants, as well as magnificent sand dunes.


Caddies available: Yes (Request in advance through Links Golf)

Pullcarts available: Yes

Practice facilities: Driving range, short game area and putting green

Electric buggies available: No

Dress code: Knee high socks must be worn with shorts. In clubhouse no spikes, denims or trainers. Jacket & tie in Dining Room and Snooker Room

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