Based at the foot of the Wirral Peninsula within easy reach of Chester and Liverpool, Helsby Golf Club is a delightful parkland course designed by one of the greats. Dating back to 1901 the current arrangement was laid out in 1936 by James Braid (Gleneagles, Carnoustie) and is a magnificent example of parkland golf. The modern clubhouse overlooks the 18th hole and has a large restaurant which is perfect for visiting groups. A practice ground is also available.
An easy walking parkland layout, Helsby Golf Course is a delightful venue with an excellent reputation across the north west. The structure of the course is defined by mature trees which line the fairways. There is a reasonable margin for error here with generous areas to aim for from the tee although a number of water hazards come into play around the greens. You need to keep your concentration right to the end here as the 17th is a real challenge. A 425 yard par 4 which requires a long straight drive and an elevated shot into a well protected green.