Royal Liverpool Golf Club
Liverpool & Southport, England
Royal Liverpool Golf Club overview
Royal Liverpool Golf Course overview
After a redesign and extension by Donald Steel in 2001, the links at Royal Liverpool now measures over 7300 yards off the tips and is a challenging par-72. Originally laid out on a racecourse, the land is unusually flat with three sides of the course bordered by houses and the Dee Estuary on the western side. Only six holes are in the dunes, leaving little protection from the ever-changing wind, with 9 through 12 running alongside the shore and the most visually appealing.
After Tiger’s emotional Open Championship victory in 2006, Rory conquered in 2014 and became only the third golfer in history to win three of golf’s modern majors by the age of 25. No doubt you can guess who the other two are?
The par-4 12th hole known as ‘Hilbre’ is arguably the finest on the course, measuring 454-yards off the tips and a dog leg left. Fortune favors the brave who try to carry the bunkers protecting the corner of the hole.
Did You Know?
For the first seven years of the club, the course was used for both golf and horse racing, which is why the first and eighteenth holes are called ‘Course’ and ‘Stand’. The original saddling bell still hangs in the clubhouse today.
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