Golf courses can be hard to find in the city, so we have done it for you. Here is a list of the ten best golf courses to play in the Manchester area

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Wed, 22 May 2013
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8. Chorlton-cum-Hardy Golf Club

This course is another that offers good value for money, and is also easy to reach (just east of Stretford) for those living in the city centre. Although only 5,994 yards off the white tees, this course still has plenty to offer and should test most golfers, especially the par-four 431-yard first hole.

Postcode: M21 7JJ
Closest station: Trafford Park/East Didsbury
Cost of round: £12.50-25
Playing requirements: None
Website: Chorlton-cum-Hardy Golf Club

9. Whitefield Golf Club

Whitefield, which can be found near J17 of the M60, to the north of Manchester, prides itself for its par threes. Consequently, it only plays 5,992 yards off the white tees, but it is certaibly one of the most picturesque courses in the area, and well worth playing. The green fees are also very reasonably priced - especially if you pick your tee-time well.

Postcode: M45 7EZ
Closest station: Clifton
Cost of round: £12-25
Playing requirements: None
Website: Whitefield Golf Club

10. Withington Golf Club

Withington's par-71 parkland course measures just under 6,388 yards off the white tees, and claims to cater for golfers of all abilities. It is just three miles from the city centre, and lies next to the M60. Withington tends to be a popular course, but the daytime rates aren't cheap -  although the twilight fees offer much better value.

Postcode: M20 2UE
Closest station: East Didsbury
Cost of round: £15-50
Playing requirements: None
Website: Withington Golf Club

 

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