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Grand National Golf Club

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Covid 19 Update

Tuesday 5th January 2021

The Golf Centre will be reopening on Monday 29th March, this includes the golf course, the driving range and the foothold course. Our PGA Professional is available for lessons but, the cafe will remain closed.

The Golf Course

Aintree Golf Centre Mission Statement


Our mission is to act for the long-term good of golf in everything that we do.

Aintree will maintain and enhance its position in the quality golf course and driving range industry.

We will deliver a great customer offering for all of our customers.

In particular our objectives are:-

 (a)  to provide access for all to the game of golf.

 (b)  to provide high quality facilities for people to learn and develop their golfing skills

 (c)  to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all

 (d)  to uphold the traditions of the game of golf, whilst embracing new ideas.

 (e) to reduce the impact that golf has on the environment and to investigate ways to improve the         sustainability of the golf centre.


Aintree Golf Course and Driving Range

Construction began on Aintree Golf Centre and Driving Range in 1993, with the 30 Bay Floodlit Driving Range opening in April 1994, and the 9-hole golf course opening in October 1994.  The golf course was designed by Warrington based PGA Professional, Michael Slater.  Since then, a strong community of dedicated golfers take to the course at Aintree every week to tee off in the famous setting where Grand National champions make their name, close to the very track where Grand Prix racing was staged.

As well as the Driving Range and the Golf Course, the Grand National Golf Club also operates from Aintree Golf Centre. The Golf Club is a fully affiliated member of the English Golf Union (which was granted in March 1995) offering golfers recognised handicap status. There is also a junior section of the Grand National Golf Club for juniors up to the age of 18. At Aintree we actively encourage Junior Golf, with the support of the Golf Foundation, our resident Professional Scot Duffy regularly visits local primary schools and also teaches schools and community groups on the Driving Range.

Over the years we have developed our links with our local community and provided high quality facilities for people wanting to learn, practice and play golf.  We have also created a 9-Hole Footgolf course combining the rules of golf, but played with a Footgolf.  Footgolf is a real fun game to play with all of the family.

As a team we have developed policies and strategies to help us to achieve these goals.  The Golf Centre has a Proctection Policy for both Adults and Young People.  A copy is on the Club Notice Board, or you can request a copy by emailing aintree.golf@thejockeyclub.co.uk or by clicking on the links below.

Adults Safeguarding Policy -  /uploads/aintree/File/Safeguarding Adults Policy.pdf

Childen & Young Persons Policy -  /uploads/aintree/File/Children and Young People Safeguarding Policy and Procedures.pdf

Club Welfare Officer - Nick Percy

Tel Number: 0151 523 5157

Email: nick.percy@thejockeyclub.co.uk

Aintree is also committed to the R&A's Women in Golf Charter and has devised a strategy to help increase the number of female participants at Aintree. 

A copy of this policy can be found via this link -    uploads/aintree/File/Grand National GC - Women in Golf Charter.docx

A copy of our Equality and Diversity Policy can be found via the following link   /uploads/aintree/File/Grand National Equality Policy - 2020.docx





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