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COURSE


St Bees Golf Course is a 9 Hole Course situated on the West Coast of Cumbria beside the Irish Sea. Blended into its hilly surroundings provides the best of golfers a challenging round of golf, whilst providing sensational, unique and unrivalled views of the Isle of Man and Irish Sea.

Although it is a nine-hole course, it can be played as an eighteen-hole course with alternative tees to be played from on Holes 10-18. It can be especially difficult when the prevailing wind blows strongest, and the small, challenging greens have caught out even the most assured of short games in the past. Alongside the small greens are some of the tightest fairways and your ability to position the ball from the tee is paramount. Thick rough awaits those who stray from the well designed layout.

The layout of the course begins inland working out towards the railway line before circling back on itself along the coast line. The long par 4, 5th / 14th  runs along the cliff edge and is highly regarded as the toughest hole on the course. Regardless of its degree of difficulty this is a quite stunning hole with great views of the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man on a clear day and St Bees Head in the distance behind the 5th green. Running back alongside the 5th / 14th is the 6th / 15th as the course progresses using the natural undulations between the 1st / 10th . The 9th / 18th is a fabulous par 3 finishing hole with the teeing ground positioned yet again beside the sea at the highest point of the course. With pot bunkers surrounding the green and the wind from the Irish Sea making it a difficult club choice, the challenge of St Bees Golf Course is truly never over until its over …

For a more detailed description of each hole please use the Hole-by-Hole Guide below.


Grasses on the greens and fairways are typical bent and fescues and are quick to dry, being of a sandy base. The coast brings its own special brand of wildlife, bird life and plant life, and a backdrop of the golden gorse flower and the purple heather adds to the colourful island experience. Also, there have been many sightings in Castletown Bay of basking sharks, seals and dolphins.


                   



SCORECARD


HOLE-by-HOLE GUIDE

( Click on the Hole below )


HOLE

WHITE

YARDS

YELLOW

YARDS

PAR

STROKE

INDEX

RED

YARDS

PAR

STROKE

INDEX

1

330

308

4

7

309

4

5

2

148

136

3

17

104

3

18

3

391

381

4

4

373

4

2

4

326

289

4

10

283

4

7

5

446

431

4

2

418

5

13

6

366

335

4

6

299

4

3

7

190

191

3

13

188

3

10

8

290

288

4

16

287

4

9

9

158

155

3

14

153

3

15

OUT

2645

2507

33


2414

34


10

317

306

4

8

312

4

6

11

141

134

3

18

133

3

17

12

398

381

4

3

338

4

4

13

326

289

4

9

283

4

8

14

463

453

4

1

427

5

12

15

368

360

4

5

312

4

1

16

201

193

3

12

188

3

11

17

291

283

4

15

238

4

16

18

176

155

3

11

141

3

14

IN

2681

2554

33


2372

34


OUT

2645

2507

33


2414

34


TOTAL

5326

5061

66


4786

68


St Bees Golf Club, Peck Mill Lane, St Bees, Cumbria, CA27 0EJ

Tel: 01946 824300 (Club) / 01946 820319 (Secretary) / 01946 828000 (School)

TEES

YARDAGE

PAR

SSS

White

5326 Yards

66

66

Yellow

5061 Yards

66

65

Red

4786 Yards

68

69

Winter

4692 Yards

66

63

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