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"I imagine that the golfer's eye must be more often taken off the ball at Bamburgh than any other course" wrote Bernard Darwin in his 1920s book Golf on the LNER, "the view is so compellingly beautiful that we really have to look at it, no matter...more
My 16 year old son and I played the course on a sunny evening in late August. The course is short but very interesting and the views are magnificent of Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island, and the hills beyond. There is a nice relaxed atmosphere at...More
What a fantastic experience. From the friendly welcome when we arrived, delicious bar meals and tasty cakes.
On to the golf. What a great course. No two holes the same. We had all played Ganton the day before and this was comparable and in some...More
I played this course on a Tuesday afternoon at 4.00pm when green fees are at their lowest. It was millionaires golf with hardly a soul to be seen. Many of the holes are not long but don't be fooled, this course is no push over....More
We come to Bamburgh each winter to play our annual tournament. It is over an hour’s drive away from Durham, but I’d walk there if I had to. The drive down from the A1 is a little precarious, but as soon as you drive up,...More
Played this golf course last Sunday. Great Clifftop/Seaside course. I started off at a flyer with 3 pars and 2 bogies on the first five holes playing off a handicap of 23.
Don't be fooled, this course bites back. I said to my playing partner,...More
Visited yesterday and just loved this club. Greeted warmly by Wendy on arrival who produced delicious crab sandwiches for lunch. The setting of the course is magical - every way you look the views are breathtaking. The course is short but requires thought and planning....More