Dean Wood Golf Club is not the longest course in Lancashire at just over 6,000 yards, but don't let the yardage fool you! This is a course of two halves, presenting a challenge to all categories of golfer.
The first nine holes, or new nine to the older members, was designed by the renowned golf course architect and 5 times Open Champion James Braid and lies north of the Clubhouse. It is situated on tree lined parkland surrounded by Dean Wood, presenting a gentle but pleasant introduction to the back nine. The second nine, which are the original nine holes presents a totally different challenge, demanding a high degree of accuracy and good shot making, with each hole consisting of sloping fairways and small undulating greens.
Out of bounds to the right on the first nine and left on the back nine, is a constant threat to the wayward golfer. Don't let this deter you, playing golf at Dean Wood is a challenge, but you will also be rewarded with some of the finest views of East Lancashire.
We are sure you will enjoy and remember the experience, and will want to come back again.
1st Hole, Par 4
Viewed from behind the tee
10th Hole, Par 3
Viewed from behind the green
12th Hole, Par 4
Viewed from behind the
13th Hole, Par 4
View from 12th tee
View from front of the green, with the 14th fairway in the background
14th Hole, Par 4
view of 14th fairway with 13th hole in the background
15th Hole, Par 3
Viewed from front of the tee
16th Hole, Par 3
Viewed from behind the lhs bunker
17th Hole, Par 4
Viewed from top of lhs banking with 11th green and 13th fairway in the background
18th Hole, Par 5
View towards the green from 250yds.
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Dean Wood Golf Club
Lafford Lane Upholland Skelmersdale Lancashire WN8 0QZ