Cobblers Cross, Tarporley, CW6 0DJ, England
01829 733933, 01829 734160
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Portal Golf and Country Club Championship Course opened for play in 1990 and was designed by one of the dominant golf architects of our time, Donald Steel. Whether you are an individual golfer or on a business trip the Championship Course is the perfect destination and the finest golfing complex in England's North-West. The clubhouse offers sheer luxury. Portal Golf and Country Club Championship Course is joined in the Portal stable by the Premier and Arderne course along with a thriving golf academy.
The facilites at Portal Golf Club, which is set in the heart of rural Cheshire, stand comparison with the very best that inland golf has to offer. There are two 18 hole golf courses, a 9 hole layout and a Golf Academy which is Europe's largest indoor / outdoor teaching facility.
Portal is a relatively open and recent parkland layout is justly famous for its magnificent views over surrounding Cheshire, and also away to Staffordshire, Derbyshire and the distant hill line of Cannock Chase. On the course, very good use is made of the undulating terrain (and Roman excavations - see Did You Know ?). The driving line is often quite tight, with thick rough awaiting stray shots. The closing stretch of four holes, at Portal, two par-3's and two par-5's provides a fitting end to a very pleasant course. Is this better than the more society-oriented Championship course? You decide, we liked them both.
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