If you’re an occasional golfer or you’re a visitor to the area, pay and play golf in Ormskirk is a great option. You may be a passionate golfer, but don’t always have the time to play the full 18 holes. Wouldn’t it be a great idea to just pay for what you play? These are some of the concepts that Southport Golf Academy has in mind at our par 3 course or our covered driving range. These facilities are open to members and visitors. We welcome players all the year round, including on weekends, vacations, and bank holidays and at all times, since we have floodlighting facilities too. What sets us apart from others in this region is our total commitment to giving our guests and members the best facilities at affordable prices. All we ask is that you stay informed about the different rules that prevail across the different courses to avoid confusion and disturbance to other players.
For visitors in Ormskirk, our pay and play prices are listed on our website. They are different for juniors and adults, across 9 or 18 holes, on Bank Holidays and weekends. You can also make use of a half set of clubs and bag hiring facilities. Pay and play golf is a great option when you have business guests or you’re in the process of negotiating a deal. Bring your guests over for a friendly game and you’re sure to have a win-win situation. Dress codes are relaxed, but smart. We draw the line at track-suits or football shirts. You also need to ensure that you wear the right footwear. Our friendly but alert rangers keep a watch for those who don’t comply with the etiquette, courtesy and behaviour expected at a golf course.
Juniors aged 14 and under must be accompanied by one non-playing adult for pay and play golf in Ormskirk. Our own Junior Golfers can play unaccompanied in pairs. We encourage parents and grandparents to play along with their young golfers. To find out more about our pay and play golf offer, contact Southport Golf Academy. Our indoor, state of the art, temperature-controlled performance-centre is available by the hour for practice, game analysis and self-teaching.