Blyth Golf Club

One of the most mature, challenging and interesting courses in Northumberland. Situated on the outskirts of the friendly seaport of Blyth, the 18 hole tree lined parkland course with scenic water features, boasts some of the finest greens in Northumberland. The first six holes are a test for any golfer, then the challenge begins.

Following your round, please visit our friendly clubhouse where you will be looked after by our Steward, ex European Tour Professional, Walker Cup Player and British Amateur Champion, David Curry


Explore the course

Blyth's parkland course is regarded as being one of the best in Northumberland and is always maintained to the highest standard.

See the course

Become a member

We warmly welcome new members. Join one of the most challenging and interesting courses in Northumberland

How to join

The Golf Club

Developed on land where once stood a pit head and it's entire mining community

The Golf Club

Open Competitions

We welcome visitors every year from near and afar and you will be assured of a fantastic day.

Open Competitions

Visitors and Societies

We are very happy to share our wonderful golf course & fantastic views with visitors.

Visitors Information

The Golf Course is OPEN with 18 holes available for play with the following restrictions

GREENS:  All holes are cut on the aprons to the greens, except holes 1, 7 & 16 which have temporary greens.
FAIRWAYS: Mats are in use

TROLLEYS: Trollys are allowed from Wednesday 3rd February

BUGGIES:   Sorry, 4 wheeled motorised buggies are not allowed.

                      3 wheeled motorised Trikes are allowed from Wednesday 3rd February