The Golf Course
At 3,287 yards from the white tees, Aintree golf centre is one of the longest 9 hole courses in the UK – giving you a small taste of the challenging distance that Grand National horses experience every year in the world’s greatest steeplechase in this very setting. As well as the golf course sitting in the centre of the racetrack, amongst the testing features are the opportunity to play over the world famous Becher’s Brook and a replica Grand National fence.
You’ll not need to worry if it’s too wet to play as Aintree’s course is one of the best draining courses in the local area, with very few closures due to wet weather conditions. We pride ourselves on the fact that the course is played with full tees and greens all year round. With our staff’s experience in turf husbandry, we have the ideal foundations for providing a good quality golf course for people to play. Plus, with the course being 9 holes, it is ideally suited to beginners, yet it can also be a good test for the experienced golfer due to the length of the holes.
Golfers are able to choose whether or not they play just the 9 holes or they play the 9 hole course twice to make 18 holes.
At Aintree we try and ensure that our customers more often than not are able to play on full tees and greens. Non-members can only book a maximum of 5 days in advance (this includes the day of play). Telephone 0151 523 5157 if you would like to book a tee time or require further information.
The Golf Centre
Situated in the centre of Aintree Racecourse, home of the world famous Randox Health Grand National and the old Grand Prix motor racing track, Aintree Golf Centre boasts one of the most unique locations for a golf range in the UK.
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Parking is available on site free of charge. Please access the Golf Centre via Melling Road rather than the main racecourse entrance on Grand National Avenue