Welcome

'A message from the Captains'

On behalf of all our members it is a very great pleasure to offer you the warmest of welcomes to Royal Liverpool.

In 2014 we added Rory McIlroy to the pantheon of historic Champions who have triumphed over this hallowed ground, with the staging of the 143rd Open Championship. We saw Rory's true Championship credentials over 4 days where the weather changed each day, and the R&A made the historic decision to operate a two tee start on Saturday as a precaution against expected extreme weather.

In 2006, Tiger Woods, the best golfer of his generation, tamed these links so clinically. In that garden party atmosphere of great weather and celebration, he famously ditched his driver and woods in favour of a two iron, which can be seen amongst the Club’s many historic artefacts.

 Both of these events will be remembered fondly by so many, and they confirm Hoylake’s place on the golfing map, and confirm its genuine golfing credentials for another generation.

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Open Championship events are a lasting example of a links presented in its raw unadulterated form, matched by some of the most precise and high quality ball striking ever seen in the game. Minor adjustments to the course were all that were necessary for the most recent instalment in our Club’s proud and distinguished history. 

The links are quite rightly the focal point for all our visitors and guests but while you are with us try and take some time to enjoy the full Hoylake experience. Take advantage of the welcome, the friendliness of the staff and members, glance at the Honours Board, enjoy the vista from the Club Room, and absorb the history that surrounds you.

If you visit Hoylake we hope you play straight and true, avoid the rough and the terrifying bunkers, and enjoy the thrill of walking in the footsteps of the greats of our game. Take away some great memories on and off the links – they will surely enrich your game and bring you back for more!

 

C6482_DSC3195 copy_LR web.jpgRob McBurney, Captain C6613_DSC2206 copy_LR web.jpgMrs Julia Leary, Captain of the Ladies




Green Fee Options

 Green Fee Per Player   

April to September 2015

October 2015

November 2015 to February 2016

 

March 2016

April to September 2016

 Single Green Fee

£175

£125

£90

£125

£185

 Fourball

£700

£500

£360

£500

£740

 Weekend Single   (Restricted)

£200

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£215

 Weekend Fourball  (Restricted)

£800

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£860

 Public Holiday Single (Restricted)

£200

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n/a

£215

 Public Holiday Fourball (Restricted)

£800

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£860

 Junior, with an adult

£87.50

£62.50

£45

£62.50

£92.50

 Cheshire Card  (Mon & Fri)        

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£50

£50

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Full payment of green fees is required at the time of reservation.

Facilities

Caddies are available (£45 per round), please call the Starters in advance to arrange.

Practice facilities are available to visitors including both short and long game areas with practice balls available without charge. We also have a large, practice putting green in front of the clubhouse.

Handicaps

The links are not suitable for high handicap players or novices. Maximum handicaps are: men - 21; ladies - 32. Handicap certificates are required. 

Reservations

Reservations can be made online or through approved tour operators. 50% of green fee is due at the time of reservation with balance due 60 days before date of play.

Cancellation And Refund Policy

In the unlikely event that we have to change or cancel your reservation, we reserve the right to do so - Royal Liverpool Golf Club will refund pre-paid green fees in full.

  • Full payment of green fees is required at the time of reservation.
  • 90 days or more before the date of play - 95% refund
  • 60-90 days before the date of play - 75% refund
  • 30-60 days before the date of play - 50% refund
  • 30 days or less before the date of play - no refund

Dress Code

On The Course

Conventional golf wear is required and shirts should be tucked in. Shorts should be tailored, knee length for gentlemen and can be worn with white sports socks.

In The Clubhouse

Golf wear can be worn throughout the Club until 6.00 pm, but shorts should not be worn upstairs at any time. Thereafter, jacket and tie (or equivalent dress for ladies) are required. There are restrictions on where golf shoes, caps and outer garments can be worn. Visitors are particularly required to dress appropriately in the Dining Room.

Denim jeans, training shoes and round neck T-shirts are not permitted either on the course or in the Club House.

 

'Enjoy the full Hoylake experience. The friendliness of the staff and members, the vista from the Club Room and absorb the history that surrounds you.'

 

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ricky sergio.jpgRickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia at Hoylake in 2014

gmac.jpgGraeme McDowell at Hoylake in 2014

Early Morning Prep.jpgEarly Morning Tournament Preparation, 2014

First Tee Surrounded.jpgThe first tee is surrounded, 2014

Tiger-at-Hoylake.jpgTiger Woods at Hoylake in 2006

Seve-at-Hoylake.jpgSeveriano "Seve" Ballesteros at Hoylake in 2006

Fred-at-Hoylake.jpgFred Couples at Hoylake in 2006