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The Golf Course

Course Information

At 3,197yards from the white tees, Aintree Golf Course and Driving Range is one of the longest 9 hole courses in the UK – giving you a small taste of the challenging distance that Grand National horses experience every year in the world’s greatest steeplechase in this very setting. As well as the golf course sitting in the centre of the racetrack, giving wonderful panoramic views across the world famous course, we have designed a challenging but fair test of your golfing ability.

There is no need to worry about the weather. Aintree is one of the best draining courses in the local area, with very few closures due to adverse conditions. We pride ourselves on the fact that the course is played on full tees and greens all year round, with a few exceptions for frosty mornings! With our staff’s experience in turf husbandry, we have the ideal foundations for providing an excellent quality golf course for everyone to play. 

Although we are a 9 hole golf course, which is perfect for anyone who just wants to pop down on a summer evening and play; we also have different tee markings for the golfing fraternity who wish to play 18 holes. We do advise you ring up to book, as the golf course especially in the summer months can be very busy.

At Aintree we are commited to creating a fantastic golfing experience for everyone that visits us, whether you are playing the course, practising on the range, using the putting green or just enjoying something to eat or a beverage from the Cafe, we want you to travel home with that feel good factor, and in doing so, we hope to see you again!!  

Non-members can only book a maximum of 5 days in advance (this includes the day of play). Please telephone 0151 523 5157 to to book a tee time or if you require further information on the Golf Course or the Driving Range.

Yardage Markers

White markers on both sides of the fairway denote 150 yards to the center of the green.

Red markers on both sides of the fairway denote 100 yards to the center of the green.

Dress Code 

We have a relaxed Dress Code at Aintree, whilst it is preferred that golfers wear golfing attire, it is not essential. Shirts must have collars and sleeves (mock necks are acceptable), if a golfer wish to wear shorts, they must also wear socks.

Course Restrictions

No club or bag sharing on the golf course. Any Caddies or non-golfers must request permission from the Pro Shop in advance of your booking.

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