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.

The course is located above the village of Prestbury on slightly elevated and undulating wooded land, raised above the flood plain. The land comprises largely sand with areas of boulder clay, resulting in excellent drainage. Spencer Brook flows through the length of the course to join the River Bollin. There are many hollows and valleys, as well as areas wooded by deciduous and coniferous trees. The majority, like the sycamore, oak, ash and silver birch are natural and indigenous species.

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Currently open
21.04.2018 06:07
With the following restrictions: Preferred Lies
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