Celebrating its centenary in 2007, Lymm Golf Club has strived to become one of Cheshire’s leading golf venues. It was also during the club’s centenary year that the clubhouse was rebuilt, offering brighter more modern surroundings and was so well received that it was awarded Golf Club of the Year by Club Mirror in both 2011 and 2012. An array of beverages can be enjoyed in the lounge bar and snooker bar, while the dining room offers an extensive menu to be enjoyed while taking in the views of the course and surroundings.
The par 71, parkland course at Lymm Golf Club stretches over 6,300 yards alongside the tranquil Manchester Ship Canal. Although classified as a parkland course there is a variance of style with the top eight holes having a distinct heath-like feel and the remaining ten playing like a classic parkland design. The course offers it all from long, stretching holes that require the shoulders to be opened, to the trickier and intricate shorter holes requiring a route to be plotted out to reach and approach the receptive greens. However, when you reach the greens it will be a warm welcome as they are always well-kept and running true. Shooting over the par 71 is no disgrace on this testing course.