Pleasington Golf Club’s £1 million ‘Good to Great’ course transformation

Pleasington Golf Club is aiming to secure its position as one of the finest courses in the UK.

Pleasington Golf Club
Pleasington Golf Club
Pleasington Golf Club in Lancashire has revealed the latest results of its £1 million course transformation.
Rated the No.1 heathland course in Lancashire, the 12-time Open qualifying venue is upgrading its course as part of a long-term ‘Good to Great’ plan.
Located just an hour's drive from Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds, the club is already a popular destination with players heading to three nearby Open links, as well as golfers stopping off en route to and from Scotland via the M6.
Pleasington Golf Club is now aiming to secure its position as one of the finest courses in the UK.
“This has been an important and exciting journey for the club,” said the club general manager Mark Bleasdale.
“While the course has always been recognised as an outstanding layout, hosting Open qualifying and prestigious amateur events including the Pleasington Putter for elite amateur women, we wanted to restore its natural character and return it to its very best.
“Now, after major works over the past three winters, including the regeneration of heathland, the course has been transformed.”
The course upgrade has included:
  • Making the course visually stronger with new and renovated bunkers
  • Creating firmer, faster greens with enhanced drainage and disease resilience
  • Strategic design changes making the course fairer to higher handicap players and more challenging for low handicappers and elite golfers.
The work has been overseen by respected golf course architect Ken Moodie of Creative Golf Design.
The project is part of the club’s ‘Good to Great’ plan, which aims to make the venue among the best golf courses in the UK, as well as being an inclusive club at the heart of the community, encouraging golf for all and restoring the landscape’s natural environment.
Visitor bookings are now open for the 2024 season, as well as a series of open competitions and a new Sunday Driver stay-and-play golf package, with accommodation at The Dunkenhalgh Hotel & Spa.

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