You’ll find Royal Liverpool Golf Club between the attractive towns of Hoylake and West Kirby on the north west corner of the Wirral Peninsula.

Wirral is nestled between the River Mersey and the River Dee overlooked by the Welsh Hills on one side and the historic Liverpool skyline on the other, and is perfectly placed for a short golfing break with plenty of other things to do while you are in the area.

There are scenic walks and cycle routes, picturesque villages with a range of accommodation, beautiful parks and garden villages, and fantastic places to eat and drink.

In common with many historic golf courses, there is a railway station very close to the Club, offering a frequent and reliable service to Liverpool and connections to places like the walled City of Chester.

To find out more about things to do in Wirral and the surrounding area, click or tap here  www.visitwirral.com.


The links coastline is a magnet for wildlife enthusiasts - birdlife including oystercatchers, curlew and redshank attracts people from all over the UK. Hilbre Island, which offers a stunning backdrop to holes 9 through 12, is a beautiful and important nature reserve and, in addition to birds, home to the likes of grey seals, while bottlenose dolphins are regularly spotted close by.

Royal Liverpool is not the only international sporting venue in the area. The 2011 European Sand Yachting Championships were held on Hoylake beach, and the Marine Lake at West Kirby is one of the largest coastal marine lakes in Europe and the venue for major water sports events.


The rest of Wirral also has a huge amount to offer. Central Park in New York was inspired by our very own Birkenhead Park. Port Sunlight is a stunning architectural example of a garden village, built by William Hesketh Lever in 1888 for his soap factory workers - a visit to the stunning Lady Lever Art Gallery within Port Sunlight is recommended. Should you choose to catch the oldest ferry service in Europe over to Liverpool, be sure to check out the award-winning U-boat Story at Woodside Ferry port.


With the great city of Liverpool just a ‘Ferry Cross the Mersey’ away, world class entertainment, cultural and sporting highlights are easily reached within 30 mins. Click or tap here to discover more www.visitliverpool.com/things-to-do/attractions.

Also close by is the Roman city of Chester, offering close to two thousand years of fascinating history, along with the UK’s premier zoo thanks to its strong emphasis on conservation and education. Click or tap here for more details www.visitchester.com/
Royal Liverpool Golf Club - and Wirral - looks forward to welcoming you.