Welcome to Brancepeth Castle Golf Club. We are situated in the historic village of Brancepeth, four miles south-west of the Cathedral City of Durham on the A690 to Crook. We have been host to some of the most prestigious competitions in recent years including the English Golf Union and the Mens and Ladies Champions Club Tournament.
The course was designed by Harry Colt and presently measures 6400 yards and its par and SSS of 70 prove a sound test to many of the countries leading amateurs who meet annually to compete in the Club's open amateur 36-hole stroke play Championship for the Leonard Crawley Medal.
Always a regular venue for Durham County Championship and inter-county matches, Brancepeth in 1975, hosted the English County Championship Final, in 1980 the Ladies British Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship and in 1982 the English Ladies Amateur Championship. During 1988 the course hosted the inaugural English Boys Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship for the Carris Trophy and hosted the Scotland v England Under 16 International in the year 2000.
5 miles West of Durham on A690.
Brancepeth Castle Golf Club is situated in the amazing City of Durham. Rich in heritage there is always something fascinating to discover no matter what the time of year.