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Ganton Golf Club, Scarborough
Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Ganton Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course in Ganton, North Yorkshire, England.Founded in 1891, the course was initially designed by Tom Chisholm and Robert Bird, but modifications to the course have been made since by a number of people including James Braid, Alister MacKenzie, Harry Colt, John Henry Taylor, and Harry Vardon.Competitions at GantonThe course has been the venue for a number of amateur and professional competitions including the 1949 Ryder Cup, the 2000 Curtis Cup, the 2003 Walker Cup and The Amateur Championship (1964, 1977, 1991).It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Ganton Golf Club and many more Scarborough attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Scarborough vacation generator.
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We visited as a fourball midweek on a golfing trip to Yorkshire and driving into Ganton Golf Club fills you with expectation of a good day to be had by all and we were not disappointed. The profession... read more »
Visited club with 10 fellow firefighters on a golf trip. Everyone except 2 of us had the wrong socks on!!!! Surely there is more to worry about than if we had the correct socks on. Most of the members... read more »
Played here with my partner as a mixed pair. Made very welcome by the bar staff and the Caddiemaster who was very informative about the course and accompanied us to the first tee. Used the practice/dr... read more »
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