From Monday 31 March 2014 for approximately 3 days, due to road resurfacing works
in Ladcastle Road, the narrow lane that leads to the Club, it is necessary to come
to the Club from the Northern end at Dobcross.
If you are coming from the M62 or out of Oldham through Lees you are approaching
from the north so follow the directions you already have. There’s a Google map on
the ‘Contacts’ page if you need it.
However, if you are approaching from Ashton under Lyne and Mossley you are at the
wrong end. Follow the signs into Uppermill and continue through the town. Pass under
the bridge and at the mini roundabout turn left. Half a mile on to the next mini
roundabout and turn left again. 300 yards after that you will see a red telephone
box at a junction on the left. Turn left and that is Ladcastle Road. The Club is
at the top, approximately 1 mile from that junction.
Course Report Line 07543 033375
Watch closely for special offers
Membership - £300
Group lessons, playing lesson, free use of course,
Junior membership Under 14s FREE
County Card holders £15 a round
Room Hire from £160
Preparation for the Saddleworth Show
Preparation for the Saddleworth show
Original 18 hole layout advised by Dr Alister MacKenzie - architect of Augusta National,
Cyprus Point, Pebble Beach and Royal Melbourne.
The Captains Charity Day has normally just been a Fourball, perhaps with a raffle
thrown in for good measure, but this year, to give it a bit of 'sizzle', we have
rustled up a few hole sponsors, to give you a bit more to play for.
There will be closest to the pins on All the par 3's, on certain holes a prize for
when both players are both on the green and many others.
We have a fabulous Star prize sponsored by Dekko Windows, a brand new front door
(including fitting). Also up for grabs we have a fourball on the famous Brabazon
course at the Belfry.
All you have to do is play the golf and turn up to the presentation, which will be
as soon as me and the PresidEnty get in ( we are the last out !!) So please get your
name down on the starting sheet and have a great game!!
Ps. If you fancy making a night of it, why don't you and your playing partners bring
the girls to the Major Prize Winners Presentation, with a 'Grand Buffet' and a good
'turn' ( Electric Red)
Probably the highest tee in England, the 8th, at 1272ft. (GPS measure)
Unbeatable views of the Pennine hills and surrounding villages
Practice facilities include a range with artificial teeing areas for all-year practice,
2 practice bunkers, practice putting green