11 reviews of Leasowe Golf Club
played here in the winter and last week This is afantastic course and good value with its special 4ball offers. The greens in the winter are simply the best around. some intresting holes some tees have seaveiws overall a good course with a nice club house with fantastic vie
Played at leasowe this week for the first time in a few years and can only say what a fantastic course, from the 1st tee to the 18th green was great. You can really see the improvements that have been made here over recent years, I believe this course is going to be up there as one of the best on the peninsula if not already. For the time of year the greens played extremely fast and rolled very true and smooth, they where a really pleasure to play on. If this is the level of standard for this time of the year, I can't wait to go back to leasowe later in the year. Moving on the rest of the course, tees, fairways, bunkers in fact every part of the golf course was simply fantastic. Members where very welcoming and more than Happy to give advice on the course and in the clubhouse, food was lovely and all staff where very friendly. If you are looking for value for money, then I 100% recommend leasowe golf club Paul
I'd been looking forward to playing here as I'd heard some good reports and like links golf. I was pretty disappointed, the greens were generally awful with 1 or 2 exceptions, and the condition of bunkers etc was a little scruffy. Pro was friendly, decent clubhouse and some well laid out holes, but all in all this course was a bit of a let down which is a shame as I'm looking for a new course to join.
The first few holes are great links holes the back nine are easier, but not without challenge. Drive straight and you score - duff your shot and it is punished. The rough is fair though. Lovely fairways and greens make this very enjoyable. The members and particularly the pro Andrew are most helpful and friendly. Superb!
Greeted by friendly professional and set out on a windy day - remembering course butts up to Liverpool Bay! Love the opening holes, and despite several saying to me the course becomes boring, I wouldn't agree. If you are hitting well then you have a chance to score well, if not there are many spots for trouble. Good mix of holes and greens were in very good condition. All in all, would recommend a knock at Leasowe.
Played 8th October 2007 using a 2 for 1 voucher - good value at £15 each but you wouldnt want to pay anymore. The opening 8 holes are a good layout, but the rest of the course is quite dull - flat and almost featureless. Tees, fairways and greens were in good condition for the end of the season. Overall impression is that i wouldn't rush to go back.
We really enjoyed this round of golf at the Leasowe. We played on the 20th July 2006. The club members were very communicative and helpful. We experienced a links course next to the Hoylake. Value for our money - great. Clubhouse is old-fashioned. The green were perfect and the tee boxes were more then okay. Because of the very sunny summer season the rest of the course went to all colours of brown.
With the Open Championship coming to the Wirral in 2006 you might expect that the courses nearby might start ripping people off to try and cash in.......I am pleased to say that there is nothing like that going on at Leasowe, one of the nearest neighbours of the Open venue. I have always been a fan of Leasowe, perhaps a "forgotten" club in the area, despite the more famous (and expensive) Wallasey course just over the fence. Since my last visit several years ago Leasowe has undergone some modifications on a couple of holes and still makes for a great round of links golf. Everywhere looks better in the sunshine but the presentation of the course was superb with manicured fairways and the ever immaculate greens. The mix of holes provides a fair challenge for all and the wind always plays a part, adding to the entertainment. You can't go wrong for £27 for the full day, with excellent catering and welcoming members in the clubhouse. If you are coming to the 2006 Open you should make time for a game here, but why wait until then?
I have played this course regularly over the past ten years as a member and I feel it has improved year by year. I recommend that visitors who play the course will be siutably impressed with the layout generally and find it a true test of golf particularly when the wind blows.
This course is a gem! I played a North Wales vs Cheshire match here. It was late May and cold, but the course was in superb condition, the fairways where very professionally striped, which Im sure could be seen from space! The greens where the highlight for me, they were fantastic,fast,true and holding good shots, what more could you want? The first hole is a pleasent hole with a castle wall surrounding the green....nice. Their are too many good holes for me to go through them all plus I would only spoil it for you. I have no links with this course what so ever, but what I will say is that if you don`t play this course you`ll only be letting yourself down....EXCELLENT!!! Mind you I did win my foursomes and singles matches....perhaps that`s why I love it? Don`t think so!! It`s great!!
Very welcoming club and enjoyable round. The course is playable links for all levels, which can take a turn for the worse in a strong wind. Third hole is excellent fun, with a blind approach to a sheltered green. Course played in good condition and drained well in the rain. Overall, great value for money.
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