Prestbury takes great pride in presenting one of the North West’s finest parkland golf courses whilst preserving the nature of our surroundings and wild life.

The public perception of golf courses may not always be that they are kind to the environment, but at Prestbury Golf Club we actively promote nature and conservation as a key aspect of golf course management. We take pride in our holistic approach to the management of the environment, the appearance of the course, the protection of its wildlife and our waste management.

Our course is home to many plant and animal species, and we see our 140 acres of wooded and rolling parkland not just as a golf course, but also as a sanctuary for natural flora and as a corridor for the birds and animals who live here or just pass through.

We hope you will find a moment or two – as you walk between strokes – to enjoy not only our testing Harry Colt course, but also the wildlife and the beautiful scenery around you.

Environmental Policy

Prestbury Golf Club Ltd recognises the need for sustainable development and continually aims to improve the environmental effect of its activities.

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Responsible Golf

As a member, or as a visitor, we ask you to help us to conserve our beautiful course, ensuring that it remains a very special place in which to enjoy the game of golf.

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The Course

This golf course was brilliantly designed by Harry Shapland Colt, who might be described as the founder of golf course architecture in the British Isles.

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Waste Management

We dispose of waste from our Clubhouse and from the course in as environmentally responsible way as possible.

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Course Environment

Prestbury lies on the east of the Cheshire Plain in the valley of the River Bollin and the Spencer Brook which flows into it.

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Wildlife – Flora & Fauna

Golf courses are custodians of a very wide range of flora and fauna and if well managed contribute greatly to the quantity and balance of wild life in the area.

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