West Lancashire Golf Club
Hall Road West, Liverpool, Merseyside, L23 8SZ, England
West Lancashire Golf Club is the oldest club in Lancashire. Situated in natural seaside terrain, this fabulous links course measures 7,030 yards, with 11 holes over 400 yards.
Founded in 1873 by members of Royal Liverpool it is also one of the ten oldest clubs in England, boasting an illustrious history.
With some greens on plateaux and others concealed in hollows, as well as areas of danger lurking in its rough and sandy wilderness, the course is a challenging array of contrasts.
It has been used as an Open qualifying course, including for the 2006 Open at Hoylake. In 1976 at an Open qualifier, four young talents hinted at the impact they would make on the game: Sandy Lyle, Nick Faldo, Bernhard Langer and Ian Woosnam.