Nestled on the border of Cheshire and Staffordshire, Alsager Golf and Country Club is a welcoming and challenging 18 hole golf course for golfers of all abilities. Conveniently located close to junction 16 of the M6, the club also features a county standard bowling green.
With panoramic views across six counties including Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire and famous landmarks such as Jodrell Bank on view across the Cheshire Plains, each hole offers golfers a combination of beauty and challenges to test your golfing skills.
The picturesque 6225 yard course at Alsager Golf and Country Club provides a fascinating variety of challenges and opportunities for all golfers. At par 70 for gents and 72 for ladies, the course is playable 52 weeks of the year.
With spectacular views to rival any local club. From the 13th green, the panoramic views span across six counties and show Jodrell Bank clearly in the distance on the Cheshire plains. The recent addition of carefully planned ponds and water features are a natural home to wildlife and each hole on the newly improved course offers golfers a welcome combination of beauty and challenges to test golfing skills.
The most difficult hole is the Par 4 12th (430 yards).