Ingol Golf Club

Tanterton Hall Road

Ingol

Preston

Lancashire

PR2 7BY

01772 734 556

Average rating

4.7

Course

4

Greens

3

Facilities

4

Value

6.5

Hospitality

6

    Ingol Golf Club was opened in 1981 but unfortunately closed in 2010. The Club was reborn in January 2013 as Ingol Village Golf Club, occupying the same site as the former club but under completely new management.
    The course is currently in the process of being reclaimed and partially redesigned, but is already showing signs of regaining its former glory and is well on the road to returning to its rightful place as one of the most interesting, challenging courses in Lancashire.

    We are also proud to say that the friendly atmosphere, for which the club was once famous, has returned to our clubhouse - which makes it the ideal place for a quiet drink after a round of golf, a great place to dine and the perfect place to hold your own functions or attend one of our social events.

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    Average rating

    4.8

    8th August, 2016, by leetomo

    I don't like writing bad reviews but I can't help it.
    A poor course with poor greens and tee boxes. The course is set in several fields. Poor signs from 5th to 6n7.
    Every hole has at least 2 warning signs. Shared fairway abit of a nightmare.
    Nice club house.

    Course

    4

    Greens

    3

    Facilities

    3

    Value

    7

    Hospitality

    7

    Needs work and lots of it

    Average rating

    4.6

    17th June, 2016, by src1981

    Ive heard this used to be a pretty nice course before it was closed and then re-opened with new holes being put in after the owner sold some of the course for development.
    Unfortunately whats left isn't great. On most holes its hard to see where the fairway is, some of the greens are in shocking condition as well and the bunkers didnt look like they had been touched in quite a while.
    The layout of the course winds its way through various housing estates. You finish the 5th hole right next to the 8th tee but no sign to tell you where the 6th and 7th are. When you find them its very much tee bed, field, green for both holes.
    It is a very cheap place to play and for that money i wouldnt expect much but it was well below standard. It needs a lot of work if its ever to return to its former glories

    Course

    4

    Greens

    3

    Facilities

    5

    Value

    6

    Hospitality

    5