The area of Lytham St Annes boasts four of the best Golf Courses in Lancashire all within a four mile radius of Mode Hotel. It's the perfect location for a golf break. Stay at Mode Hotel and enjoy a fortifying breakfast before you tee off and enjoy drinks at the bar after your day on the golf course.
St Annes Golfing Gem"Had the pleasure of staying here for the Ricoh Women’s British Open. The staff are brilliant: Helpful, Knowledgeable & Welcoming. The Continental breakfast is superb: Nespresso,lovely bread,fresh fruit,yoghurt and quality meats & cheeses. The room we stayed in was spacious with a small balcony, superb view and the beds were extremely comfortable. Locally there are a wide variety of good restaurants and some have a discount through the Mode. The bar/lounge area is well thought out and decorated with lots of information about the history of Lytham or St Annes. I would thoroughly recommend the Mode if you are visiting the area."
For Details of the William Rainford Golf Tournament - please see bottom of this page)
St Annes Old Links is regularly voted one of the top 100 courses in the country and is often used for major amateur events as well as Final Open Qualifying, a role that it filled in 2012 when the Open came back to the North West and was staged at Royal Lytham Golf Course. St Annes Old Links is a Championship true seaside links course summer and winter that welcomes the opportunity to share 6941 yards with Golfers from around the World. The course has been be selected by the R&A to host Final Open Qualifying July 2018 and for the following 3 years until 2021.
Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club was founded in 1886 and the present Course constructed in 1897. The Clubhouse celebrated its Centenary in 1998. It is one of the premier links courses in the world, host to eleven Open Championships, two Ryder Cups and numerous other major tournaments including the Women’s and Seniors Open Championships and the Walker Cup in 2015 and will be hosting the Ricoh Open Golf on the 2-5th August 2018 and Men's Seniors Open 2019 25-28th July 2019.
The layout of Royal Lytham & St Annes has remained faithful to the original created by the Club's first Professional, George Lowe, over a century ago. The only significant changes were made in 1919 when the club asked Harry Colt, the pre-eminent Course Designer of the time to make recommendations for improvement.
Fairhaven Golf Club, again regularly makes the top 100 every year and is famous for it's revetted bunkers of which there are 128 just waiting to welcome you in. The Fairhaven Trophy is an annual early season event which attracts many European Visitors to the North West every year in an attempt to conquer this course and lift that fabulous Trophy. This beautiful semi-links course takes it’s emblem from the friendly pheasants you will find strutting around the course. Peace and tranquility assured, not a road or house can be seen from the Course.
Lytham Green Drive is the fully parkland option of these four quality courses around Lytham and St Annes. An extremely good test of golf whilst remaining picturesque with it's wildlife, ponds and tree lined fairways. There are two large practice areas and the second hole was extended and a new third hole added in 2004.
All these courses and the café culture make Lytham St Annes in the North West the best place in England to bring your Golf Society or Group on a Golf Tour.
Mode Hotel works in conjunction with Lytham Golf breaks, please email email@example.com for more information.
(See full information at: Discover Fylde ) "Established for over twenty years this amateur golf tournament gives you the opportunity to play at four stunning golf courses in Fylde and experience the best the area has to offer. Sponsored by Thomas Armstrong Holdings Ltd, the event encompasses four golf courses over a five day period and is a four ball better ball competition for couples. There is a presentation event on the final night. Couples come from all over the UK and overseas and really enjoy what the area has to offer. The 2019 tournament schedule is as follows: