Hexham Golf Club began life in 1907 with a course originally co-designed by Harry Vardon, with the 5470 yard 18 holes fully opened in 1908.
The course as we now know it is essentially the creation of the noted golf architect C K Cotton who laid out seven holes to the east and 11 to the west of the entrance road. By 1954 Spital House had been renovated as the new clubhouse and together with its magnificent parkland is now the backcloth for what Ryder Cup player Harry Weetman called one of the most beautiful settings for golf he had discovered in his career.
Green fees 2018/19
Visitors are welcome throughout the week and also Sunday. Tee times can be booked easily online or through the Pro's Shop on 01434 603072
April 2019 (Spring shoulder rate)
Monday to Friday - £25 per round
Sunday - £30 per round
1 May to 30 September 2019
Monday to Friday - £35 per round Sunday - £45 per round