Silverdale Golf Club is a fantastic course set in a lovely historic, picturesque area in the North West of England. It is situated directly on the border of North Lancashire and South Cumbria. It is an ideal stop of point for those travelling into the Lake District or even further into Scotland.
Travelling to Silverdale Golf Club is remarkably easy too, as it is only 15 minutes away from Junction 35 on the M6 and directly opposite Silverdale Railway station.
If you were looking for the ideal Golfbreak, Silverdale Golf Club is only 15 minutes away from Kendal, 20 minutes away from Windermere and 25 minutes away from Lancaster so finding somewhere convenient to stop over is never an issue.
The area offers stunning views of Morecambe Bay as well as the Lakeland and Howgill Fells. All those who visit Silverdale and the golf course itself are left breathless by the sights that are on offer.
The course is a Par 70 – 5592 yards and is of two halves, open parkland and tight narrow valleys with heath land and limestone pavement.
From each hole there are delightful views, abundant flora and wildlife.
Silverdale Golf Course is known in the area for its excellent drainage and tends to remain open and playable even in the most adverse weather conditions.
The early morning golfer may be joined by roe and fallow deer. It is home to the rare Ladies Slipper orchid. It is an exciting course and one in which boredom never sets in. As the course is on limestone the drainage is good so we rarely close in poor weather.
Silverdale Golf Club also has good practice facilities:
A putting green near to the car park which always runs true to the greens on the course. A 280 yard practice area between the 9th & 10th holes with 100, 150, 200 & 250 yard markers and 4 practice greens all at varied distances apart..
MEMBERS, VISITORS & GOLF SOCIETIES are all welcome to our fantastic 18 hole course.