Playing a round at Carden Park is always one of those dates that keen golfers from around the UK look out for in their calendar. It’s hard not to see why…
With two challenging championship courses that sensationally showcase panoramic views of the rolling Cheshire countryside and a welcoming environment before, during and after your round, is only part of the reason why people come back time and time again to Cheshire’s Country Estate.
Bringing your society to Carden will not only excite your group, it will also test their golfing limits in more ways than they can imagine.
If you choose to play on The Nicklaus Course, you will be faced with a series of tricky challenges straight from the first tee, which is situated next to Cheshire’s largest commercial vineyard (and producer of delicious bottles of Carden Old Gold). With bunkers a plenty and large lakes in your path, will you end up top of your society leaderboard?
The Cheshire Course however has never been so popular. Playing up, into and around The Clubhouse, bask in sensational views of the whole Carden estate before gearing yourself up for the clifftop tee off on the 18th hole. A stroke of genius in modern golf planning.
Why not treat yourself to our delicious Grill On The Hill menu afterwards at Jack’s Bar? The new food served there is definitely worth tackling 18 tough holes for.