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AboutThe Town, one of the most popular resorts on the East Coast boasts award winning clean beaches, a busy harbour, fresh fish and friendly people.
In recent years the fairways have been made tighter and the irrigation improved by the planting of some 3,000 trees and six water features. Environmentally the amount of wildlife has increased while still maintaining the smell of salt water and breathtaking panoramic views.
The presentation of the course is outstanding with some of the finest greens in the area. On the doglegged holes the new trees have increased the difficulty and a long drive is necessary to obtain a clear view for the approach shot.
The 6th at 474 yards is a very difficult dogleg. The drive must be long and left of centre. On the left are well-positioned bunkers, drive right and the second shot could be out of range, play short and the approach is both long and blind. The fairway does slope down to the green, which helps the approach shot although bunkers left and right will catch anything off line. Most would settle for a five on this hole.
The 14th also doglegs to the left and the drive again needs to be straight and long to open up the hole. There are bunkers both left and right. The approach must carry the extended pond short of the green while anything pushed to the right is in danger of going into the water.
The par 5, 18th is an excellent finishing hole, reachable in two, by the very longest hitters but full of potential dangers. The drive must carry the trees some 140 yards in front of the tee. If you hit the trees the ball has a nasty habit of landing in the pond. Drive too far left and the second shot is blind. The approach shot is tough, there is out of bounds to the left, while landing on the wrong level of the large two-tier green can result in a three-putt finish.
Well stocked golf shop. Clubhouse with excellent dining facilities well stocked bar and friendly staff.
Monday - Friday £24 Per Round or £32 for a full Day
Saturday £32 Per Round or £40 for a full Day
Sunday £15 (after 2.00pm)
Tee-off in Bridlington:
Bridlington proudly boasts three of Yorkshire’s finest Golf Courses, Birdlington Belvedere, Flamborough Head and The Bridlington links, all located within only five miles of each other. All three courses have stunning coastline views and offer Golfers of all abilities an excellent test on three very different and contrasting courses. The three Clubs have come together to create a new and innovative golf pass which enables both individual and group visitors to Bridlington and the East Yorkshire area the opportunity to play all three fantastic Courses and at the same time enjoying incredible savings of up to half the normal Green Fees.
You can now apply for the “Golf Coast Passport” and get your hands on a unique opportunity to play eighteen holes at each of the courses over a 7 day period (incl. Weekends & Bank Holidays)
The special reduced cost of your passport is:
£48* for 3 rounds of golf!
How to apply for this great deal?
Simple, just contact Anthony Howarth (Director of Golf at Bridlington Golf Club) tel. 01262 606367 between 9am-2pm Monday to Friday or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and your passport will be sent to you with a validity of seven days from your chosen start date.
When you receive your passport you can use it to book each course and convenient tee off time or alternatively let us take care of the arrangements for you.**
As a Golf Coast Passport holder you will automatically become a member of each club for the day of your visit, giving you full access to all their facilities including the Clubhouse for
refreshments and even a game of pool or snooker. Buggies are available at all clubs by prior arrangement.
*Terms and conditions apply **Dates subject to availability ***Offer not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.
- On-site catering
Meeting, Conference & Wedding Facilities
- Facilities for corporate hospitality
- Gift shop
- Accepts groups