Northenden is an 18 hole, 6460 yard parkland course which was 100 years old in 2013.
Many improvements have taken place over the years, most notably in 2005 when the Club invested almost £600,000 to reconstruct all 18 greens to USGA standards. Extensive new drainage was installed across the fairways and the result is a course that plays all 12 months of the year.
"I joined in 2009 and so far I have not once played to a temporary green"
NGC Member September 2014
This investment, together with the hard work of an excellent greens staff under Head Green Keeper Robert Cleisham, has made the course at Northenden one of the finest in the South Manchester area.
In May 2012, Northenden hosted the Cheshire County Match Play Championship and the County were so impressed that they awarded the Club a Cheshire County match against Durham in May 2013.
Set in the Mersey Valley and ringed by the River Mersey, Northenden provides a tricky but enjoyable test of golf in tranquil and picturesque surroundings.
Visitors are afforded a very warm welcome and we are sure you will enjoy our course.