Quick Search:

By Name:

By Postcode:

By Region:

By County:

By Country:

    Find It

Courses Nearby to



04 Miles

05 Miles

05 Miles

11 Miles

16 Miles

17 Miles

21 Miles

23 Miles

24 Miles

Welcome back

Friday 01 07 2022 02:19


Dunnerholme Golf Club

North West England






6138 Yards



buy vouchers
Add to my favourite courses
Bernard Gallacher Image

"All golfers should be protected every time they go out on the course, a golf insurance policy is therefore essential."

Bernard Gallacher Signature

Get Insured Now with Golf Care

Dunnerholme Golf Club Details:

Duddon Road



LA16 7AW

Tel: 01229 462 675

Email: dunnerholmegolfclub@btinternet.com

Web: www.thedunnerholmegolfclub.co.uk

Location: From Jct 36 M6 and head West on the A590 towards Barrow in Furness. Stay on the A590 (approx 27 miles) and you will pass through Lindal Village. Keep going until you reach the Dalton Roundabout (½ mile). At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A590 (signposted Barrow). Follow this road until you reach the next roundabout (approx 1mile). At roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Askam Road - A595 (signposted Workington). Follow this road down the hill for 1.94 miles. The road will take a sharp right, but instead TURN LEFT over the level crossing. As you exit the level crossing you need to indicate right and turn off by the Co-op onto Duddon Rd. Travel down Duddon Rd for 1/3 mile (passing the Duddon Social club on your right), you will see an entrance on the right signposted Dunnerholme Golf Club. Go over the cattle grid and follow the road until you reach the entrance to the caravan park and then turn right into the golf club entrance.
Nearest Town: Askam-In Furness
Restrictions: Vouchers accepted Sunday after 5pm and Tuesday after 1pm.
Description: Founded in 1905 the Dunnerholme Golf Club is based in Askam In Furness on the edge of the Lake District. Boasting a vista of seventeen mountain peaks you can enjoy one of the most beautiful panoramic views to be found in the Lake District. Dunnerholme Rock, which gives its name to the Club is a flat topped rock which juts out from the golf course in to the estuary. An impressive rock fault which is utilised in the architecture of the golf course. The golf course is almost unique as it consists of ten holes. Eight holes have to be repeated, but there is little chance of repetition as the tees used present each of the replayed holes in an entirely different prospective, therefore ensuring a true test of golf. The course lies adjacent to the sea and very seldom can be played without the elements exerting considerable influence.

Course Review

Enter your review here:

The Golfers Club Golf Care Specialist Golf Insurance rewards 4 golf - rewarding your passion Strokes golf handicap and game analysis