Appleby Golf Club is set on Brackenber Moor in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside against a backdrop of stunning panoramic views of the North Pennines and the Lakeland fells.
The course benefits from natural free drainage offering all year round playability. The greens are recognised by many as the best in the North of England
The club enjoys a golfing history dating back to 1894. In 1903 the club moved to its present location on Brackenber Moor, two miles from the picturesque market town of Appleby. The former Open Champion Wille Fernie of Troon laid out the new course using the natural contours of the moor with short heathery rough and bracken to provide a challenging and delightful course described as 'the Sunningdale of the North'.
His creation is undeniably testing as the 5,889 yard par 68 contains no par 5's but long challening par 4's. Nobody comes to Appleby Golf Course and finds it easy but everybody comes back to play it again.
Appleby Golf Club offers excellent facilities including a refurbished clubhouse offering home cooked food, a golf shop where professional Gaele Tapper is always available for tuition and advice.
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