Morpeth Golf Club, founded in 1906, is one of Northumberland’s golfing gems. Back in 1906 when the club was formed, the gentlemen of Morpeth initially played their golf on a field at Tranwell before moving to the club’s present location on the outskirts of the town.
The course was designed by six times Open champion Harry Vardon and offers you a golfing experience that is as picturesque as it is challenging. The 18 hole parkland course set in about 130 acres of undulating Northumberland countryside and is often used for a number of prestigious events.
In 2016, Morpeth hosted the England golf tour and due to its popularity with players and officials, the venue has once again been selected as a venue for the 2017 season.