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England’s Golf Coast

Take a trip to England’s northwest and explore England’s golf coast. The golf coast spans the seaside shorelines of Merseyside – from Lytham St Annes and Formby down to Liverpool and the Wirral.

This charming coastline is home to 12 of the finest golf courses in Britain, including three Open Championship venues – Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool and Royal Lytham & St Annes. Between them, they’ve hosted The Open an impressive 33 times, with the 2023 Open returning to Royal Liverpool for the first time since 2014.

England’s golf coast is situated just a stone’s throw away from the city of Liverpool, steeped in history, musical legacies, and home to one of England’s most successful soccer teams – Liverpool FC and arch-rivals Everton FC. The city is also well-known for its restaurant scene, rustic pubs, and nightlife.

Hillside, Formby, West Lancashire, and Southport & Ainsdale golf courses are also popular in their own right. They were recently featured in the Top 100 Courses in the UK and Ireland.

Green fairways and pot bunkers at Southport and Ainsdale Golf lub

Recommended Tour of England’s Golf Coast

Key Features

The three Royals – Lytham & St Anne’s, Birkdale, and Liverpool – between them they have hosted a combined 34 Open Championships (through 2023).

That is just the beginning with Southport & Ainsdale a double Ryder Cup venue, Hillside described as having one of the best inward nines in links golf, Wallasey where Dr. Stableford invented his scoring system.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1

  • Arrive into Manchester Airport (MAN).

    Transfer to your hotel, the Malmaison Liverpool, located in the heart of the city’s Princess Dock.

  • Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure or sightseeing.

Day 2

  • Golf at Hillside Golf Club. Start your tour on the course that is described as” the best course not to have hosted The Open Championship” with its spectacular back nine that Greg Norman has called the “best in golf.”

Day 3

Day 4

  • Play Royal Birkdale Golf Club – Site of Arnold’s Palmer’s historic Open Championship win in 1961, elevating both his and the tournament’s legacy.

Day 5

  • Play Formby Golf Club – 1984 Amateur Championship’s 100th anniversary saw a fantastic duel between what would become two of the giants in European professional golf – Colin Montgomerie and eventual winner Jose Maria Olazabal.

Day 6

  • Play Royal Liverpool Golf Club – Site of Bobby Jones’ 1930 Grand Slam Open victory, the club has also seen Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy hoist the Claret Jug in 2006 and 2014 respectively.

Day 7

  • Enjoy a final morning in your hotel, before transferring to Manchester Airport, and departing for the US

Tour Summary

7 nights’ accommodation in a 4-star hotel, based on twin/double share, including daily breakfast

5 rounds of golf

Self-drive automatic rental car or transfers or chauffeur driven van

On-site assistance of a Premier Golf representative

All taxes and fees included

Teebox at Hillside Golf Club in England
Hillside Golf Club


From $6,700 per Golfer

Based on travel in mid-season (June), group of 8 golfers sharing twin/double, 4-star hotels, transport in a luxury coach with driver.

Undulations across the fariways at Royal Birkdale Golf Club
Royal Birkdale Golf Club

Where to stay?

The coastal towns of Formby and Southport offer a more relaxing vacation in the North West of England. Lined with beaches and sand dunes reminiscent of rolling hills. Scenic walks and hikes are a popular choice with golfers visiting this region.

Enjoy your stay on the golf coast in style at one of the region’s finest hotels. From Liverpool’s industial themed Titanic Hotel to the elegant Hotel de Vin, located in the heart of the city.

Follow in the footsteps of golf’s greatest players and explore all that England’s golf coast has to offer. At Premier Golf, our experts can recommend the best courses to visit, must-see sights, and places to stay.

Exploring Liverpool

Liverpool was once the richest city in Britain, due to its lucrative maritime trade. Its history dates back to 1190, and it has come a long way since then, in 2008 it was the prestigious European Capital of Culture. Staying in city center offers all of the advantages of a large city with dining, nightlife, museums, and theater.

Make sure and make time for the activities and attractions that are distinctive to the area. There are numerous Beatles Tours and stop by The Cavern Club, shop & dine at The Royal Albert Docks, take a tour of Anfield Stadium home to the Liverpool FC, catch a football game with Everton or Liverpool, you can see the beautiful Liverpool skyline from a Merseyside River Cruise – including the “Three Grace” – Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building, Port of Liverpool Building.

Non-golfers can take tours farther afield to the Lake District to the north or the picturesque Roman city of Chester to the south.

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England’s Golf Coast FAQs

You can book a golf trip to England’s Golf Coast Tour with Premier Golf and our team will be happy to help you with any suggestions or support in making your trip suit your needs.

Accommodations are always included in Premier Golf tour packages, which includes the England Golf Coast Tour and we can also include breakfast and offer suggestions for local options to dine in.

The nearest airport to England’s Golf Coast Tour is the Liverpool John Lennon Airport, and you can also fly to Manchester airport and connect from there via train. For the southeast, London Heathrow is the best airport.

You can customize your itinerary for your England’s Golf Coast Tour, our premier golf tour packages are fully customizable and our team is happy to offer suggestions and advice for you to make the most of your trip.