St Anne's Old Links Golf Club
Liverpool & Southport, England
Golf Club Overview
A beautiful seaside links course that will test all golfers and has even been used as an Open Championship qualifying course. Set among the sand dunes, wind will be your main adversary, as it can change direction from tee to tee. For a links course it’s an interesting challenge, and unusual in that it features water on 6 of the holes as an extra distraction, and measures in at an impressive 6,684-yards, making distance as important as accuracy. St Anne’s Old Links has been used as an Open Championship qualifying course in the past, proving its worth as a well-maintained and challenging track, which is ideal for players of all abilities.
St Anne’s Old Links Course is a beautiful seaside course set among sand dunes and with a challenging wind that will cause trouble for even the best of players. Watch out for the par-three 9th, as this famous hole has a very lengthy green, which is hardly visible from the tee. With vast sand dunes, strong westerly winds and several water hazards, be sure to bring you’re A-Game for a round at St Anne’s Old Links.