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It’s been played for well over 600 years and now delights and frustrates 60 million enthusiasts world-wide.


We look at the enduring appeal of golf and find that Cheshire’s courses are definitely on par with the best in Britain.


Cheshire is blessed with a huge variety of opportunities to get out your clubs and enjoy the game in some spectacular locations.


Even if you don’t know your putter from your driver the good news is that there are also great leisure, and spa facilities at the golf hotels we feature plus fabulous dining so you can relax and unwind while your partner gets great exercise playing a round or two in spectacular tracts of countryside.


Check out The Spa Stars feature on pages 34/35 for more information.


Close to Chester, you’ll find the Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort & Spawith its two stunning Championship courses. Both the Nicklaus golf course and the Cheshire golf course set in rolling Cheshire countryside are testing, beautiful and fun to play - and will really test your mettle.


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The Carden Park Nicklaus golf course in Cheshire was designed by the great golf legend himself and his son Steve, and the layout can stretch to 7,045 yards but even from forward tees, there's more than enough challenge even for the best players in the world.


His creation is a ‘thinking man's course’ with the emphasis firmly on strategy with double option fairways offering you a real dilemma.


Carden Park also features the 6,824 yard, par 72 Championship Cheshire golf course, which wends its way through the wooded fells behind the Clubhouse.


Another gem of a golf course is located at De Vere Mottram Hall, an 18th Century Georgian country house hotel near Wilmslow set in 270 acres of stunning Cheshire parkland with an ornamental lake.


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