Lee Park was opened in the early 1954 and was the first golf course in Britain to be built following the end of World War 2. The facilities on offer now are some of the best in the county with modernised locker rooms, a large bar that overlooks the course and a formal dining area. The club are winners of the EGU Environment Award and have also been awarded EGU Golf Mark award for their continuous help in growing the game for juniors.
Known for having excellent greens and requiring a great deal of thought to navigate the strategically placed hazards, Lee Park comes highly recommended as one of the North West’s best courses.
18 holes | Par 70 | 5959 Yards | Parkland
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Not far from the M62, outside Netherley