Tytherington Golf Club

Course Type
Golf Professional
Green Fees

Course Information

Dorchester Way, Tytherington, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK102JP, United Kingdom
01625 506 000

Tytherington Golf Club is part of The Club Company group (11 golf clubs). Open in 1986, The Tytherington Club was one of the United Kingdom’s first custom-built golf and health and fitness Clubs. Situated in the heart of Cheshire, enjoying the lush backdrop of the Pennine foothills, the course has been described as one of the finest courses in the Northwest. The health and fitness facilities offer something for all the family – a true family club. The Pulse Cafe offers a wide range of food and full bar facilities plus the Summer Terrace is perfectly placed to relax. The 18 hole championship class course is set in gently rolling parkland, winding through mature woodland and follows the natural contours of the land with over 100 bunkers and eight water features providing a challenging but enjoyable test of skill for every calibre of golfer.

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3.3 / 5

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The Tytherington Club

An excellent course to play as long as you like a challenge! The club spent a tremendous amount of money on drainage during 2008 and we are seeing a big difference this year. On a spring/summer day the course presents an excellent challenge from the long 458 yard par 4, first, to the 216 yard par 3 11th with water short, left and long!
The course used to be home to the Weetabix Ladies Open, but due to lack of hotel facilities (So I believe) they moved elsewhere.
Stories abound about Laura Davies driving the green on the 425 yard Dog Leg Par 4 10th. (I've tried it several times, but only managed to get over the trees once!)

The only criticism of the course is the poor driving range, where male golfers cannot hit woods. (Sort of defeats the object to me!)
I would strongly recommend the club to any golfer who likes a challenge in glorious surroundings.

Oh and it's got a gym too.
Date Monday, 13, July 2009