Coronavirus news - 25th June 2020

Most shops in Sedbergh have now re-opened. The car parks and toilets are also open. From 4th July pubs, cafes and accommodation will be opening up as well. So now is the time to plan your visits here and book your accommodation.

We will be pleased to welcome you back!

Sedbergh Golf Club

Coronavirus news - 15th May 2020

Sedbergh Golf Club is now open in line with guidance from England Golf. Access is restricted to members only and tee times must be booked in advance online.

We aim to keep this information as up to date as possible but the Coronavirus situation is constantly changing and you should contact the establishment directly if you want more up to date information.

For those wanting a fun, active day out 18 holes might just be the order of the day…take a trip to Sedbergh Golf Course…

This Par 70 course is one of the most scenic in England, set against the backdrop of the Howgill Fells in gently undulating parkland and offers 9 holes over 5,584 yards (5,106 metres).

There are several tree-lined holes and fairways crossing or running alongside the River Dee and the River Rawthey, as a result the course emphasis is placed on accuracy, rather than distance.

Well-guarded USGA-spec greens and water features aplenty ensure that Sedbergh provides a test for even the most experienced golfers.

There is also a café on site serving hot and cold drinks, meals and snacks.

Equipment hire is available on site.

Kirkby Lonsdale Golf Club is located near Barbon in the Lune Valley, a few miles south of Sedbergh, while the 9 hole course at Casterton Golf Club is a little further down the valley.

Riverside Golf Club is another fine course at Ravenstonedale, near Kirkby Stephen.

Kendal hosts a golf course at Kendal Golf Club and a course and driving range at Carus Green.