About The Club:

Whether you are looking for a round of Golf, exquisite food or a great location for that special event or gathering
Charnock Richard Golf and Country Club has it all. One of the new golf courses of Lancashire, Charnock Richard Golf and Country Club was established in 1994. The 18-hole course winds its way into the small, scenic village of Charnock Richard.

To the east of the course is Winter Hill a dramatic backdrop. Set In 140 acres, the course, with its vast array of water hazards, provides a stern test for all level of golfer.

Our club has long been a favorite venue for important executives staging corporate retreats. In 2009, former Tesco chief executive officer Terry Leahy held the annual Tesco board member's retreat here. In 2010, Alan Porter, managing director of Discovery, held a shareholder's meeting in the private function room of our clubhouse.


The Crgcc is famous whilst the ideal location for corporate and culture golf times providing several factors that are versatile to match out all of the needs to get a spectacular day.

The Club starts early every day at 7: 15 helping a complete english breakfast or light fare for example sausage and sausage baps with free tea and caffeine.

Tennis each morning begins at 8 as well as for big communities both courses could be utilized simultaneously utilizing alternate tops on both programs. There's no limitation about the structure for tennis (using the exclusion of Texas Scrambles that you require prior authorization).

On Thursdays to Fridays official lunchtime is drawn in the Dining Area where the carvery of Tony Dugard is among the shows of your day. On Mondays the Snackbar provides a far-reaching selection in a environment.

The Blue Course

Extraordinarily, the Blue Course, begins using a par 3, but it is really one which quickly affects the golfer together with the ability of Fowler’s layout, and a superb start. The green rests over a hump, more than 200 yards away over a sea of heather. There's difficulty right and brief of the green, to catch the weakly hit portion. There is likewise trouble for the back left of the green to punish the addicted opportunity which will be likely to go long. This can be a standard style on both lessons, and generally threats and the problem are quietly produced from contours of the area which Fowler needed to use and the normal condition. The most interesting aspect of the Blue Course is its spiral hole progression that forces competitors to hit the ball past a combination of trees and water features. Many an experienced golfer has had to return to our clubhouse with a glum face asking for more balls, having sent all of theirs down to the bottom of the water.