Welcome to Breightmet Golf Club – please take some time to explore our site.

A warm welcome from our Captain and Lady Captain

Our Captain, Mr Ian Gray and our Lady Captain, Mrs Sylvia Gorton would like to extend a very warm welcome to you and thank you for visiting our website. You are all invited to come and visit us at Breightmet Golf Club and sample our fabulous golf course and the club’s extremely friendly atmosphere.

Sylvia & Ian Photo

 

2014 Captain and Lady Captain

 

You may be an individual golfer looking for a friendly club with a fair, challenging course that plays 18 holes for 52 weeks of the year and a sociable clubhouse in which to relax.

You may be a golf society looking for a venue where you will be made to feel welcome, that will give you a great day out with a variety of packages to suit your refreshment needs.

You may be looking for a lovely venue for that special occasion – be it a wedding or party – that can provide a variety of options with unrivalled views.

Or, you may just fancy a drink with a meal or snack in pleasant friendly surroundings at reasonable prices.

At Breightmet Golf Club you will experience all of these. So come and give us a try, and experience it  all for yourself.

Latest News

LOTTERY NEWS

Our Fund Raiser based on the Lottery is now running –

 

This week’s lucky person is Dorothy Medcalf who is £125 better off!

A further 13 people pick up a fiver each.

This is a good idea, excellently run by Martin and Jackie, which raises money for the club –

if you haven’t yet “signed up” for this please contact the Fenton’s or ask at the bar.  

 

Loch Lomond Competition

The winners of this much vaunted annual prize collected their just desserts last week end

with a round of golf and an overnight stay at this celebrated and prestigious venue.

Our Captain Ian Gray, Tony Parker and Oliver Penman enjoyed all the privileges that Loch Lomond has to offer.

Oliver was particularly impressed with his new golf shoes that he bought from American Golf specifically for the day!   

 

loch lomond oliver Penman photo