Accrington Golf Club is a warm friendly club where members and visitors can play golf on a pleasant tree lined course. At Accrington Golf Club you are met by a warm friendly atmosphere. The course offers a challenge to all handicap golfers. Whilst not the longest course at 6031 yards off the white tees you will still need to be on your game to register a par score. Whether it be a round on the course, advice from someone more experienced or simply to chat over a glass of beer Accrington Golf Club is the place to be.
In addition to the friendly and competitive golf, Accrington prides itself on the social aspect of the club with members and their guests enjoying social events, a comfortable atmosphere and many excellent facilities.
Accrington Golf Club are proud to announce that they hosted a Paul Hunter Charity Golf Day on Friday 24th January 2014
The Club would like to thank the organisers for selecting Accrington for their venue. You too can play our course by contacting our secretary Paul Wright on 01254 350112 or fill in the enquiry form in the contact us section.
"I joined Accrington & District golf club in October 2012 and I can honestly say it has been the best move I have ever made. Both the men and lady members of Accrington have made me feel very welcome. The course is superb with updates constantly via Twitter and emails regarding work on the course. The greens are well known in and around the area for being one of the best kept as is the well-manicured course there is a real feeling of pride with everyone involved staff and members. The social aspect is brilliant with all catering done by Debbie and, personally you would have to travel a long way to find food as tasty and well prepared as hers. I can whole heartedly say I feel like I have been a member at Accrington for years it is very friendly and accepting. I have never taken part in so many competitions and social golf! Keep up the fantastic work".
- Mrs. Dawn Shaw (2012) -
The 2014 Acorn Trophy Winner Adam Smith being presented with the Trophy from the Captain Mr Peter Baildon.