Pryors Hayes Golf Course is situated in the picturesque Cheshire countryside just six miles from the historic walled city of Chester. It is situated off the A54 between Chester and Manchester in the village of Oscroft and is within easy reach of Chester, Manchester, Liverpool and North Wales.
It is an 18-hole golf course and was designed by John Day, an internationally renowned golf course architect. Pryors Hayes was officially opened in June 1993 and has quickly established a reputation for being a friendly golf club with excellent catering facilities. Visitors and societies are offered a warm welcome and many return each year.
The golf course covers an area of 5,915 yards in total. Many professionals who have played this challenging course have stated that the first five holes are amongst the hardest opening holes to any golf course they have played. The front nine holes have two par 4 holes over 450 yards and the par 3 sixteenth requires nerves of steel. Extensive use has been made of the ponds that exist on the course and these come into play on eight of the 18 holes, but the main feature of the course is its small greens, which require thoughtful and accurate approach shots.
The Clubhouse is a cosy pine log cabin with a truly welcoming atmosphere. It has a lounge/restaurant,