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Built in 1869, on what was then the racecourse of the Liverpool Hunt Club, Hoylake (latterly the Royal Liverpool Golf Club) is the oldest of all the English seaside courses with the exception of Westward Ho! in Devon, which was established just a few years earlier. Robert Chambers and George Morris were commissioned to lay out the original Hoylake course, which was extended to 18 holes in 1871. This was also the year in which the Club was granted its Royal designation thanks to the patronage of His Royal Highness The Duke of Connaught. The Royal Liverpool has, rightly, been restored to the Open Championship roster. Although prehaps not for the novice, the course is acknowledged as one of the finest examples of links golf in the UK. The course is maintained to the highest of standards and, helped by the naturally draining sands, whatever the weather, the course is always in excellent condition. The Clubhouse provides first rate facilities and this is matched by the quality of the practice area. In all, if you enjoy a challenge and wish to play some classic links golf on one of the United Kingdom’s most famous courses, this is the venue.
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