About the Club
Founded in 1914 as a 13-hole course on Yarm Back Lane, Eaglescliffe moved to its present position in 1928 with a long 18-hole, Par 77 course designed by the famous James Braid.
Part of the course was taken for growing crops during the war however additional land was leased in 1948, and eventually purchased in 1959, enabling the course to be extended to 18 holes again, and, with the acquisition of a further plot in 1968, Henry Cotton undertook the design of four new holes which, when integrated, returned the course to the traditional 18-hole, par 72 format in use today.
Eaglescliffe hosts regional and county events and is popular with societies and corporate groups who visit on a regular basis from all over the north of England.
The excellent course and clubhouse, top class catering and a friendly welcome ensures that a visit to Eaglescliffe & District Golf Club is a pleasant and enjoyable experience.
3 miles South of Stockton-on-Tees on A135