Bramhall Golf Club welcomes visitors and societies to come and enjoy playing on one of the most well-respected courses in the area.

A fully stocked pro-shop is available at the course along with Buggy and Trolley hire (subject to course restrictions and availability). See the professional page for more detail. PRO SHOP

  • Bramhall Golf Club Green Fees

    Green Fees

    Bramhall Golf Club Clubhouse
    April to October              Weekday       Weekend*
    Visitor Green Fees £46 £52
    Playing with Member £18 £22

    November to March       Weekday       Weekend*
    Visitor Green Fee £36 £47
    Playing with Member £14 £18

    * Weekend rates are also applicable on public and bank holidays

  • Bramhall Golf Club Society Information


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    Every visiting party and society is unique and your day can be tailored to suit your specific requirements. Our Honorary Secretary, David O'Brien, will be pleased to discuss the details of your day, but as a general guide, please see below for our Green Fees. To complete your day, our catering manager will be happy to discuss individual menus with you, and sample menus are available to view on the link below.

    Visiting party and society reservations are normally available on Wednesday or Friday afternoons.

    Any interested party should in the first instance contact the Honorary Secretary, David O'Brien, on 0161 439 6092 to check on availability.



    18 Holes of golf and 2 course meal from £45pp

    Visiting Party Booking Form DOWNLOAD RESERVATION FORM
    Visiting Party Booking Form BAR MENU
  • Bramhall Golf Club Etiquette and Rules


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    Throughout play, please observe the etiquette of golf as printed in The Rules of Golf.

    The Course

    • All visitors will play from the yellow tees (Ladies red).
    • All boundaries of the course are OOB. Access to surrounding property is strictly prohibited.
    • We expect all visitors to respect the course and repair pitch marks on greens, replace divots, and rake bunkers.
    • Rakes should be left inside bunkers.
    • Greens staff have priority on the course.


    Only wide wheel trolleys are allowed on the course, and all players should follow the routes indicated around the course. Buggies and ride on carts or trolleys are only allowed in the case of the disabled and only by prior arrangement with the Honorary Secretary.

    Advertising Signs

    No posters or signs may be erected anywhere on the premises of the Club or on the course without prior arrangement with the Honorary Secretary.


    No liability can be accepted for any articles left unattended on the premises or in the car park. Visitors are asked to take all reasonable precautions.

    Car Parking

    Visitors must use the Visitors Car Park at all times.

    Green Fees

    Unless prior arrangements have been made, all green fees should be paid to the Professional before play commences and a receipt obtained.


    All players should possess a bona fide Golf Club or Society handicap and should be able to produce a certificate if requested. It is expected that all players are of a reasonable standard and will not hold up play unduly.


    Medal rounds are only permitted by special arrangement.

    Organisers are asked to choose a format to encourage continuous play.


    All accounts for services should be settled on the day of the visit unless prior arrangements have been made.

    Dress Code

    The Club would appreciate the support of all Members, visitors and their guests to maintain acceptable standards of dress when playing the course, using the Clubhouse or attending a function at the Club.

    Dress on the Course

    Golf wear sold by any Professional, golf shop or clothes of the same style sold in retail outlets.

    Dress in the Clubhouse

    The Club wishes to promote a smart casual environment throughout the clubhouse, however there will be occasions when more formal dress is required and these will be specified notice boards and by the event organiser.

    The following items of dress are still deemed unacceptable:
    Rugby or Football attire
    Beach flip flops and training shoes
    Collarless shirts (for men)

    Outdoor clothing such as waterproofs, overcoats, hats, gloves, and golf shoes with metal spikes or rubber studs should be removed and placed in the lockerroom or cloakroom.

    Mobile Phones

    The unauthorised use of mobile phones in the Clubhouse or on the course is prohibited. Mobile phones allowed to be used to report an incident or to call emergency services.


  • Bramhall Golf Club Booking


    Golf Tee

    It is not normally necessary for individual golfers and small parties to make a tee reservation. We would advise anyone wishing to play to, in the first instane, check the tee reservation sheets viewable from the links on the home page which will indicate when the tee should be available. You should then phone the Pro Shop of 0161 439 6092 (option 3) to check availability for when you wish to play.


    Visiting parties should phone the Secretary on 0161 439 6092 to check availability for your desired date and then submit the reservation form available from the link below. There is more info for Societies on the previous sections on this page.

    Visiting Party Reservation Form VISITING PARTY RESERVATION FORM
  • Bramhall Golf Club Location


    How to Find Us

    We are located at the end of Ladythorn Road in Bramhall. As you reach the right-hand bend at the end of the Ladythorn Road continue straight ahead down the narrow lane after which you will find the entrance to the course.

    The full address is:
    Bramhall Golf Club
    Ladythorn Road
    SK7 2EY

  • Bramhall Golf Club Testimonials

    What People Are Saying

    "This season saw an ‘all Lancashire Day’ with Pleasington, Haydock Park, Leyland and Dean Wood battling through the knock out rounds to reach finals day at Bramhall Golf Club, the home club of MDLGA President Chris Kelly. Bramhall were great hosts providing a superbly presented and challenging course with impeccable in-house hospitality and were blessed by sublime weather conditions."

    Manchester and District Ladies Golf Alliance


    "I always look forward to my annual trip to play Bramhall. I find the course a fair test of a golfer’s ability with a great mix of interesting holes; for example, the first is certainly a challenging 400 yarder with ponds and trees to negotiate. My simple advice is to take a 5 and move onto the very much shorter and potentially more rewarding second. The whole course is a delight to walk with greens which are the envy of most clubs."

    David Warden, Cirencester Golf Club


    "On each visit to Bramhall, I am always struck by the friendliness of the place and the courtesy extended to guests. It is one of those courses that you are happy to recommend to anyone who plays the game.""

    Mike Connor, Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club


    "Bramhall does things properly. It is always a pleasure to experience a good game on a great course, and relive the whole thing over a pint and a sandwich in a traditional environment."

    Tom Gray, Cathcart Castle Golf Club, Glasgow


    "A great golf club! I would say that Bramhall has a wonderful variety of holes with superb greens and a tremendously friendly environment."

    David Bryden, Bute Golf Club, Isle of Bute


    "We love Bramhall. We have played as guests in a Mixed Invitational and thoroughly enjoyed the friendly and relaxed attitude of members and staff."

    Paul & Elaine Thatcher, Stourbridge Golf Club/strong>