The Peak District and Derbyshire are well served with golf courses. In addition, the famous Belfry course, in the West Midlands is an easy drive if you are staying in the south of the region. Click here for a list of golf courses and clubs. Playing golf in the Peak District gives you the opportunity to play in amongst some of the best scenery in England. Whilst you enjoy your golf, your partner and/or family can enjoy a walk, cycle ride or visit some of the major attractions of the area. For example, if you play at Buxton or Chapel-en-le-Frith, you have wild moorland, show caves, parks, the city of Manchester and much more.
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Buxton and High Peak Golf Club - A challenging course where wind direction is a major factor on some holes, others require blind shots to sloping greens. Good positional play required.
Allestree Golf Club, Derby - A parkland course, very varied with some holes requiring pin-point accuracy otherwise say bye-bye to your golf ball.
Peewit Golf Course, Ilkeston - A 9 hole course with some very adept ball pinching kids hiding in the hollows at peak times.
Breadsall Priory Golf Club - Only ever played the old course, then it got too expensive! Great course, big long fairways, or at least they seemed long to me (I canít drive, I am a real hacker!)
Chevin Golf Course, Duffield, Derbyshire - On my doorstep but never played there. Looks good, great views from the holes at the top of the Chevin. Public footpaths all over the place!
Sinfin Golf course, Derby - bland, flat, donít bother unless you are desperate! Apologies to the Sinfin guys, I guess I just had a bad day on what should be a straightforward course.
Chapel-en-le-Frith Golf club - All in all the course, now measuring 6400 yards, represents an interesting and enjoyable challenge played in some of the most beautiful countryside you will find anywhere.
Horsley Lodge Golf Club, boasts an 18 hole course in 168 acres of wonderful Derbyshire countryside. Re-designed in 1999 by Britains Walker Cup captain and former World Champion, Peter McEvoy, it was the first USGA specification 18 hole course in The Midlands