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Opened in 1990, Dalston Hall's nine hole, 2700 yard course is set in the valley of the river Caldew, on the fringe of the Lake District national park, providing a dramatic backdrop. Wildlife abounds on the course and players may well see rabbits, red squirrels, oyster catchers, herons and even deer during a round. Although most holes at Dalston Hall are relatively short, the strategically placed bunkers, plantations, a number of internal out-of-bounds and the prevailing westerly wind will soon catch out the stray shot. All greens are protected by bunkers and there are a number of fairway bunkers around the course. Among the spectacular views to be enjoyed is one of the Pennines from the second tee, the Lake District fells from the fourth and Blencathra in good view from the eighth. Visitors are always welcome.
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