Welcome to Alnwick Castle Golf Club
About Alnwick Castle Golf Club
Alnwick Castle Golf Club is located in the heart of Northumberland and is set within the areas sandy beaches and beautiful countryside.
The golf club offers golfer's a stunning and memorable 18 hole parkland golf course and invites both members and visitors to sample the warm and friendly welcome that the golf club is renowned for providing. Visitors are welcome throughout the week and tee times can be booked easily and securely online using our tee time booking system. Green fee offers and society packages are made available throughout the year, so make sure you sign-up to our newsletter to be the first to hear about these promotions.
If you are new to Alnwick Castle Golf Club then why not take a moment to familiarise yourself with it the golf club and course by browsing our website. Specific information about the golf course can be found by viewing our golf course guide
Visit us soon as we look forward to welcoming you at the clubhouse!
Find out about more our Par 70 parkland golf course that stretched over 6,200 yards. Our course will challenge you right from the start and incorporates 4 Par three’s, 12 Par four’s and 2 Par five’s. Golfers of all abilities will be tested and our signature hole the 'Lang Whang' will reward those who take risks...Read More
Find out about our green fees and how to book member and visitor tee times
- Midweek prices start from £25 per round
- Online tee time booking available
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View a list of Open competition and golf events taking place at Alnwick Castle Golf Club.
- Online booking facility available.
View our Competitions and Events
For course conditions please call (01665) 602632.
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Swansfield soggy Sunday Serginson Stableford just about summed up last week as the 4BBB competitors were almost swept off the course in torrential rain,in fact some of the afternoon players walked in claiming the course was unplayable.Strangely enough there were 22 pairs who completed the course which I believe is two little ducks in bingo terminology,very appropriate I think. The bold,the brave and the better swimmers plodged on regardless and with the early morning starters probably having…
A new season and a new trophy.The 1st singles competition was played last Sunday for the newly donated Thomson Tri Season Accumulator.As the name suggests it a competition over three seasons , spring , summer and autumn with the accumulated totals of all three stableford competitions deciding the winner.In the first of the three Jack Friar sprung if you will pardon the obvious pun ahead of the field into 1st place…
The 19th and final week of the winter league was heralded by a bright gusty morning which sent scores tumbling from previous weeks.Fairing the best in the more than slight breeze was Kenny Darlow who clocked up his third victory of the winter,his fine par equaling score of 36points in the testing conditions was two shots better than nearest rivals Malcolm Clear and Jimmy Cookson who’s third place was no less than his ninth…