Sedbergh Golf Club is far from your average golf club. We think that you'll struggle to find a more welcoming and friendly golf club anywhere in the UK. We welcome golfers of all experience levels, abilities and ages to play golf at Sedbergh.
Not a golfer? Not a problem! You're equally welcome at the golf club, either to enjoy some fabulous food or drinks in the club house or patio, or both! Why not?
The club itself dates back to 1896, although there's evidence that golf was played at Sedbergh two decades earlier. Back then golf was played on common land known as 'The Riggs'. In 1991, the club moved to its new home at Catholes-Abbot Holme, where a new 9 hole layout was professionally designed and constructed, making the most of the naturally undulating parkland.
With tree-lined holes and fairways crossing the River Dee and others running alongside the River Rawthey the emphasis is placed upon accuracy rather than distance. Well guarded greens (made to USGA specifications) and water features aplenty ensure that Sedbergh Golf Club provides an enjoyable test for golfers of all abilities.Explore the Golf Course
Sedbergh Golf Club is Cumbria's 'hidden gem' and is quite simply a must play for any golfer visiting or travelling through Cumbria or the Yorkshire Dales.
We're happy to welcome individual golfers, small groups and golfing societies to the golf club on any day of the week, subject to availability.
The bar and restaurant underwent a full refurbishment in Spring 2017 and now offers a warm, friendly space and serves traditional pub food, including classic dishes using local sourced meats and produce.
We have an open door policy, with golfers and non-golfers alike afforded a warm welcome.
Updates to playing arrangements at the golf club, coming into play on Friday 22nd May.View post
We're pleased to be able to announce that the golf course will open to members on Wednesday 13th May in line with guidance from England Golf. It is absolutely essential that all members comply with the rules and guidance that we have set so that we can maintain a safe environment for staff and fellow membersView post