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Experience a golf tour in this vibrant city

A great city for a night out, and an even better city for a round of golf, it’s little wonder that golf tours to Liverpool are among our most requested. Famed for its nightlife, music, art and of course, its golf courses, Liverpool is the perfect destination for a UK golf break in the North-West.

This vibrant cosmopolitan city has many very popular visitors and attractions, offering you the opportunity to experience the lively side of Liverpool combined with superb golf courses. Not only is the accommodation plentiful, but within easy reach of the golf, making it an ideal city for a short golfing getaway. Serious golfers will love the challenge of the majestic Royal Liverpool links.

Why play golf in Liverpool?

  • Host destination to The Open
  • World-class links courses
  • Vibrant night life
  • Great for golf tours
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Experience a golf tour in this vibrant city

Liverpool is home to some outstanding golf courses that you must play during your golf tour. Built-in 1869 on the edge of the Dee shores and against the backdrop of the distant Welsh hills, Royal Liverpool Golf Club is a fine place to sense the history and traditions of the game and walk in the fairways of famous men. The course is truly challenging, a must-play during your Liverpool golf tour.

A Tom Morris original design, Wallasey is a worthy test of golf, which is due in part to the prevailing northwesterly winds and variety of holes made all the more interesting by the natural undulations of the terrain. In 1914, Dr. Frank Stableford became a member and on the 2nd tee stands a plaque erected to commemorate the place where he devised the point scoring system that bears his name.

Most popular golf resorts in Liverpool

Popular golf destinations in Liverpool





          Comfort, value and luxury in the city centre

          If you’re looking to stay close to the city centre, we recommend a number of great value, central hotels including Jurys Inn Liverpool 3* which is perfectly located by the waterfront, for those looking to make the most the city attractions and access a number of surrounding golf courses. Similarly, the Hilton Liverpool 4* is a beautiful modern hotel located in the heart of the city with great views Chavasse Park and the Albert Docks. Both hotels are ideal for a golf tour.

          If you are looking to base yourself in a hotel with very modern facilities, exceptional service, and a great spa to wind down in, Thornton Hall is a great option for your next Liverpool golf break, offering superb value for money and being only a short taxi ride from Liverpool.

          Golf travel tips for Liverpool

          Best months for golfing weather:

          May to September

          Best months for value:

          April & October

          Most popular months:

          May, June & September

          Our experts recommend:

          April & October

          Explore by map

          Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our knowledgable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.

          The Beatles, waterfront, art, architecture & more…

          Discover a variety of things to do in Liverpool, including a lively waterfront, grand architecture, and a buzzing arts and culture scene. Home to The Beatles and two hugely successful football clubs, Liverpool is one of England’s most legendary cities.

          Visit top attractions including the Albert Dock, Beatles Museum, Maritime Museum and St. George’s Hall. There is something for everyone including sports fans who should consider a guided tour around the famous football stadiums of Anfield and Goodison Park, home to Liverpool Football Club and Everton Football Club.

          Visit Liverpool at night and you’ll be able to enjoy a whole new selection of exciting things to do, including top restaurants and bars in the city’s Baltic Triangle. Visit the lively waterfront and be entertained, amused, informed and inspired in one of the city’s most lively quarters.