Beauchief Golf Course
Our picturesque course is situated in the south west of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, with breath taking views to the hills of the Peak District.
A 5586 yard, Par 67 course, Beauchief is one that requires your full attention from start to finish and is often deceiving even to the more accomplished golfers. It is set in the grounds of Beauchief Abbey which provides a major feature within the site and a picturesque backdrop to the 4th hole.
Facilities at Beauchief Golf Course
- Clubhouse with fully licensed bar and cafe serving hot and cold food
- Function room
- Buggy, trolley and club hire
- Changing facilities in the Clubhouse
- Pro shop with a wide range of golf clothing and equipment for sale
- Lessons available from a qualified PGA Coach
- Societies welcome by prior arrangement
To contact the Pro Shop at Beauchief Golf Course call 0114 2367274 or email email@example.com
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Beauchief Golf Course - Pro's Tips
Hole 1 - A tee shot to the plateau will provide a level stance for your second shot to the long green. Keep the tee shot and your approach to the green to the left of centre.
Hole 2 - A good par 3. Always a club more than it looks, don't be fooled by the contours, your ball will not kick in from the right.
Hole 3 - A tricky fairway to hit, but a tee shot aimed down the right hand side allows the ball to feed back into the fairway. Your second shot is uphill to a narrow green and is protected by a small bunker on the left.
Hole 4 - A straightforward par 3. Club section is the most important aspect on this hole. Missing the green left or right may result in a tricky bunker shot.
Hole 5 - A good tee shot to the corner of this dog-leg left, will need a mid iron to a well protected green. The brave may consider making the hole shorter by trying to cut the corner but BEWARE - the stream and out of bounds cut in more than you think.
Hole 6 - A fairly straight forward hole - find the fairway and the second shot could lead to a good birdie opportunity.
Hole 7 - A long par 4 will feel like a par 5. A tee shot anywhere but in the fairway will almost certainly rule out getting on the green in two. The approach to the green needs to be accurate there is a stream in front of the green and out of bounds both left and right.
Hole 8 - Think twice about this tee shot, as it is risk and reward! A positional tee shot leaves a short approach to an open green. Risk all and go for the green and the stream will gladly keep your ball.
Hole 9 - A straight uphill par 3, very long and may need all you have got.
Hole 10 - A positional tee shot between the two big trees will leave a long second to a narrow green protected by bunkers both left and right.
Hole 11 - A hole you will remember with water, water everywhere! A big green awaits a medium iron but don't be too long with out of bounds beyond the green.
Hole 12 - The marker post gives you the ideal line. A good drive will lead to a short second shot and could lead to a good birdie opportunity.
Hole 13 - A tight tee shot with out of bounds on the left. A good straight positional shot from the tee allows you to attack a tight green with your second shot.
Hole 14 - A beautiful par 3. Its only protection is the bunker on the left - a real birdie chance!
Hole 15 - Another long par 3 that always plays its full length. You must hit the middle of the green, as anything too far to the right will be taken by the slope leaving a difficult chip.
Hole 16 - Time to unleash the big tee shot on this great par 5. It is reachable in two but only for the longer hitters. The majority will require three good straight shots to reach a two tier green.
Hole 17 - A tee shot slightly right of centre should finish in the middle of the fairway leaving a short approach to an unprotected green. The locals always land the ball short to avoid going through the green.
Hole 18 - Don't relax too early as the stream in front of the tee has ruined many good cards. Once over the stream the hole is yours and gives a real chance of a good finish.
NORMAL OPENING TIMES
The Pro Shop at Beauchief will open 15 minutes prior to the first tee off time
First Tee Off Times
- January: Monday - Friday at 7.58am and Saturday - Sunday at 7.58am
- February: Monday - Friday at 7.58am and Saturday - Sunday at 7.58am
- March: Monday - Friday at 7.34am and Saturday - Sunday at 7.02am
- April: Monday - Friday at 7.02am and Saturday - Sunday at 6.30am
- May: Monday - Friday at 7.02am and Saturday - Sunday at 6.30am
- June: Monday - Friday at 7.02am and Saturday - Sunday at 6.30am
- July: Monday - Friday at 7.02am and Saturday - Sunday at 6.30am
- August: Monday - Friday at 7.02am and Saturday - Sunday at 6.30am
- September: Monday - Friday at 7.02am and Saturday - Sunday at 7.02am
- October: Monday - Friday at 7.58am and Saturday - Sunday at 7.58am
- November: Monday - Friday at 7.58am and Saturday - Sunday at 7.58am
- December: Monday - Friday at 7.58am and Saturday - Sunday at 7.58am