Fleetwood: Course and clubhouse closed due to latest Government lockdown restrictions
Fleetwood Golf Club is the only true links golf course on the Fylde Coast. Explore the course, view our hole flyover videos and check out our club professional's tips.
Our club has great facilities for you to enjoy during your visit or use to host events. We endeavour to meet all your needs and welcome you to the clubhouse.
The club welcomes membership applications year round. We have options to suit all needs and also offer various group membership categories.
The history of Fleetwood Golf Club has been positively traced back to the year 1861 when as a garrison town, officers at the Euston Barracks were instrumental in the laying out of the links course, organising a golf competition and presenting prizes to the eventual winners. The first recorded Golf Club was disbanded when the School of Musketry was relocated to Hythe in Kent some five years later.
In 1893, townsfolk with an obvious passion for the game, instituted a Golf Club which had the boundary of the course running alongside the very edge of the sea. This is the accepted date from which the club's centenary was celebrated.
In all there have been three locations for the town's Golf Clubs and the location for the current course at Princes Way, designed by James Steer and opened in 1932, is the only true links course on the Fylde Coast.
A visit to our club will give you an authentic test of links golf. At first glance many think Fleetwood is flat, but the gently undulating fairways, subtle greens and US Open style managed rough, allied with prevailing winds from the Irish Sea will ensure a fair test for players of all abilities.