About the club
The Club was founded in 1902. From the outset it was designed as an 18 hole course. It has been altered and extended on many occasions. Its length has increased from 5115 yards in 1909 to 5889 yards in 1957 and 6556 yards today. Several well known golf architects have given the club the benefit of their expertise notably Jack Morris, the nephew of Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews, who designed the original lay-out, Harry Vardon, Frank Pennink and Donald Steel.
Heswall Golf Club is an attractive undulating parkland course on the Wirral Peninsula on the banks of Dee Estuary overlooking the Welsh Hills.
The course presents a variety of challenges for short and long handicap players in a delightful countryside setting. This is a traditional private members club that welcomes visitors.