Southport GC- hole 18Southport GC- hole 18 

 Southport Golf Club dates from 1924.

In the early days the club boasted a sporty little 9 hole course.

In 1948 the course expanded to 18 holes under the guidance of club captain E. F. Doyle.


Southport is a busy member's course, and has much to recommend it.

The course is very walkable, with tree lined fairways, and a dash of elevation change through the property.

It is beautfully bunkered, and has a liberal sprinkling of water hazards to keep you on your toes.

It is a good combination and makes for a most enjoyable round.

There are 5 par 3's at Southport and they dominate proceedings!

But the winding par 5 'hourglass hole' at hole 13 is the standout.

It is a ripping hole!


Notable holes include:


- hole 2, a short par 3 over water


Southport GC- hole 2Southport GC- hole 2


- hole 3, a dogleg par 4 protected by water and sand

- hole 7, a short, pretty , well bunkered par 3


Southport GC- hole 3Southport GC- hole 3

Southport GC- hole 7bSouthport GC- hole 7b



- hole 13, a winding tree lined par 5, with an hour glass figure- water both sides of the fairway mid way down the hole narrows the playing corridor, before opening up again to a well bunkered green..


Southport GC- hole 13 approachSouthport GC- hole 13 approach


- hole 14, another delightful par 3 protected by water


Southport GC- hole 14Southport GC- hole 14

I enjoyed my day at Southport.

It is a lovely walk, and an interesting course with plenty of variation.



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