At Casterton Golf Couse a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere await. Golf has been played at Casterton for 60 years and over this period the course has been developed and extended and now boasts excellent facilities for the experienced player and beginner.
Casterton Golf Club is located in the Lune Valley near Kirkby Lonsdale in South Cumbria. It is set in beautiful scenery and overlooks the popular market town.
On the course the views from all directions are spectacular. On one side there are the Yorkshire Dales, on another the Lakeland Fells and looking southwards down the Lune Valley is the Lancashire Coast.
There has been a golf course at Casterton Golf Club for over 60 years. In recent years the course has been radically improved and extended. The nine holes main course measures 5,802 yards and has been designed using the naturally undulating parkland with rocky outcrop.
It is a Par 68 course with 2 Par 3’s, 6 Par 4’s and 1 Par 5 hole. All the holes have their own character and features providing a challenge for all golfing abilities.
The underlying rock is limestone which provides excellent drainage ensuring that the course is playable all year round. The course has a reputation for the excellence of its greens and the high standard to which it is maintained.
- Pro Shop: Yes
- Driving Range: Yes
- Chipping Area: Yes
- Putting Green: Yes
- Buggy Hire: Yes
- Pull-cart Hire: Yes
- Club Hire: Yes
- Teaching Pro: Yes
- Walking Allowed: Yes
- Cards Accepted: Yes
- Policy Here: No
- Dress Code: Proper attire required
Adult- £12.00 9 Holes
Adult- £19.00 18 Holes
Junior- £8.00 9 Holes
Junior- £12.00 18 Holes
The Driving Range at Casterton Golf Club
The driving range is over 400 yards in length, perfect for even the longest drivers. There are six driving range bays with driving range mats. Four of the bays can be covered with a mobile driving range cover if the weather is poor. If you are wishing to practice shots off the grass we have an alternative practice area or, as the driving range is so long, it is possible to walk to the top of the driving range and hit back down the range (please ask in the clubhouse if you intend to do this).
If you do not have your own clubs they can be borrowed free of charge in the clubhouse.