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Prenton Golf Club - Cheshire, United Kingdom

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Prenton Golf Club, Birkenhead, Cheshire, CH42 8LW, United Kingdom

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0151 609 3426
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http://www.prentongolfclub.co.uk
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nigel.brown@prentongolfclub.co.uk
Length: 6429yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 71

About the Golf Club

Prenton Golf Club, founded in 1905 and designed by Alister Mackenzie, is a sweeping parkland course which is very exposed to the wind.

Not all of Mackenzies work survives but the changes that have been implemented are generally accepted as having served to enhance the Mackenzie designed original. visitors are always welcome. Contact club to make arrangements.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

Played this course in mid August following a very dry spell. Course was in excellent condition. There was very little rough and the fairways were fairly generous in width. The greens were firm but the ball ran true. There are a number of interesting holes including the 1st (do you take this par 4 on from the tee), the 3rd (an uphill par 3 with sloping green), the par 4 4th (sharp dog leg left), the long par 5 6th and the final par 18th with its Mackenzie green. The back to back par 3s 15th and 16th played in opposite directions provide a stern test in the wind. All in all an interesting and enjoyable course.

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