HGGC OPEN DAY – Sunday, 19th March
(11am until 3pm)
Bring your clubs and play a few holes.
Have a short game lesson with our Professional.
Putting tips by one of our Assistant Professionals.
Learn about our Introduction to Golf programme – all ages welcome
£150 off Gold Membership* (*applies to new members only)
Here are some great reasons to play at Hazel Grove Golf Club
- Excellent greens and fairways playable most days of the year
- Welcoming and friendly members with a buddy system for new joiners
- Good practice facilities and well stocked Pro shop
- Golf Academy for beginners taught by qualified professional
- Club sections cater for everyone – Ladies, Seniors, Juniors, Winter League, Wednesday qualifier competitions
- Great club-house facilities including excellent in house dining
- Gold, Silver, Intermediate, Junior and Social Membership Packages available
Founded in 1913, Hazel Grove is a beautiful parkland course with excellent views over Manchester and the rolling Cheshire plains.
Numerous water hazards, tree lined fairways and true USPGA specification greens provide an enjoyable test of golf all year round.
The Cheshire course has been described by golf journalists as one of Cheshire’s “hidden gems” and is recognised by members and visiting parties as a challenging but enjoyable place to play golf.
Our membership is thriving and we have active, well supported Ladies, Seniors, Wednesday, and Junior sections to suit individual needs. We pride ourselves on being a friendly club and focus on quickly integrating new members into the club and making them feel welcome.
Our Professional is James Rowlands, an AA class PGA Professional and highly valued by the Club. He offers an excellent service, is a highly regarded coach and tutor, and provides a well-stocked choice of equipment and clothing from all the top name brands to members and visitors alike.
A large spacious Clubhouse provides an excellent place to socialise and relax after your round, and, whether celebrating or drowning your sorrows, you can enjoy hearty food and drinks to suit all tastes.
The club enjoys a full social calendar with a variety of events and the facilities are also available to book for private functions such as weddings, parties and charity events.
Visitors and Societies are always welcome at Hazel Grove. We trust the course, club house; good service and warm welcome you will receive from members and staff alike will provide you with a memorable and enjoyable experience.
Good golf, good food, good friends, good humour and hopefully good weather. We look forward to seeing you in the near future and wish you all fantastic golfing.
COURSE REVIEWS AND TESTIMONIALS
GOLF BUSINESS TOGETHER
We recently held a charity golf day at Hazel Grove. Dealing with James (the Pro) was very easy. He made the process very simple and was more than happy to offer any advice in order to improve our event. The same must be said for the kitchen staff who not only provided us with a great meal afterwards, but also were able to accommodate some of our clients who had special dietary requirements.
The course was in superb condition, especially considering the amount of rain that had fallen only a few days previously. All our players had an enjoyable day and we would be more than happy to come back here again for another event.
Golf Business Together (Management and Events)
16 September 2016
HILARY AVENUE GOLF SOCIETY
A quick note to say thank you for hosting our Captain’s Day last Friday. Everyone at Hazel Grove GC made us feel very welcome, the course was in superb condition and the catering was excellent.
Please pass on our thanks to everyone involved, and we hope to see you again next year.
Hilary Avenue Golf Society
25th July 2016
This is a charity which is close to my heart. Diabetes UK provides information, advice and support to help people manage the condition well. They have a network of over 10,000 members and specialists who share their knowledge and improve the lives of people living with diabetes.
Ollie is a poorly little boy living in Poynton and last year his parents were given the devastating news that Ollie has a very rare genetic illness called Late-infantile Batten Disease and more recently the family have been given more devastating news, Ollie’s little sister, Amelia (age 2) has also been diagnosed with Battens. This cruel disease will rob both Ollie and Amelia of the ability to walk, talk, swallow, play and see. Batten Disease is fatal and children normally pass away between the ages of 6 and 12 years.
The monies raised will go towards any care and specialist equipment these children may need, plus any trials that may benefit Ollie and Amelia. It will also help give enjoyable experiences for the family as well as raising funds for the Batten Disease Family Association (BDFA) Charity in the hope that one day a cure will be found.
THE CAVENDISH MACKENZIE TRAIL
The Alister MacKenzie Society of Great Britain & Ireland was formed in 1999 in response to growing interest in the work of Dr Alister MacKenzie. Cavendish Golf Club in Buxton have devised The Cavendish MacKenzie Trail which is a selection of nine North Midland MacKenzie designed courses around the Buxton area, which is a beautiful spa town on the edge of the Peak District National Park (four courses are within 20 miles of Buxton, two are within 45 miles of Buxton and three are within 65 miles of Buxton – there are also many more MacKenzie courses just a few miles further on).
The nine courses on the Cavendish MacKenzie Trail are:-
Cavendish Golf Club
Hazel Grove Golf Club (14 miles from Buxton)
Bramall Park Golf Club (17 miles from Buxton)
Reddish Vale Golf Club (19 miles from Buxton)
Sitwell Park Golf Club (37 miles from Buxton)
Bolton Old Golf Links Golf Course (42 miles from Buxton)
Nelson Golf Club (60 miles from Buxton)
Walsall Golf Club (62 miles from Buxton)
Sutton Coldfield Golf Club (64 miles from Buxton)
Are you up to the challenge? If so, enjoy it.