Good Afternoon

Tue 18th June


15.2º Partly cloudy
15.2º High
11.9 Wind
04:40 Sunrise
8.3º Low
1% Rain
21:41 Sunset

Club Membership

To arrange a tour of the club and our facilities or for further details, contact our Membership Team on 0161 928 2605 ext. 2 or email

Book a Tee Time

Summer Green Fees 
(1st April – 31st October)

Monday to Friday – £90 Per Person

Weekends – £110 Per Person

Winter Green Fees 
(1st November – 31st March)

Monday to Friday – £50 Per Person

Weekends – £60 Per Person

During the winter months, we aim to protect our course, so golfers may be asked to play off mats from the fairway. Mat’s can be obtained from our Pro Shop.

For larger groups and Societies, please don’t hesitate to contact our Professional Shop to enquire about available dates and costs 0161 928 2605, extension 1. Or email

Course Tour

Select the hole that you would like to view 

Visitor Information

New Members and Visitors

If you have never played at Dunham Forest Golf & Country Club before or if you are a returning visitor, we would love to welcome you.

Large group bookings:

To find out about our golf day packages, make a reservation for a group of 12+ or society or enquire about a corporate day, please call 0161 928 2605 (Ext. 1) or email

Smaller group and individual bookings:

To make a small group or individual reservation, book online via the link under ‘book a tee time’.

St Ann's Hospice Golf Day at Dunham Forest Golf & Country Club, Dunham, Manchester

The Dress Code

Not permitted on the course:

Denim jeans, collarless shirts (except recognised golf attire), track or leisure suits.

Not permitted in the clubhouse:

Golf Shoes


Allowed on the course and in the clubhouse:

Knee length tailored shorts with white sport socks, smart casual wear (unless otherwise notified).

Please ensure that shirts are tucked in at all times.

Golf shoes ONLY are allowed on the course.


Join us for one of our fantastic open golf day competitions at Dunham Forest Golf & Country Club. With award-winning food available throughout the day, you can be sure of a great time.

We pride ourselves on running friendly, informal open competitions with a very relaxed four-ball, better-ball, Stableford format. Pairs can be made up of any combination of golfers; ladies, gents, or mixed.

Super prizes are on offer for:

  • Longest Drive
  • Nearest to the Pin
  • Straightest Drive
Dunham Forest Ladies Open 2024

23rd July 2024

Sign up is now closed, however, due to cancellations we still have a couple of spaces available.


To book, please contact Viv and Sue at


View the Ladies Open Page

Dunham Forest Senior Men's Open 2024
  • 1st – Martyn Wilson/Eddie Stoneley (48pts/back 9 countback)
  • 2nd – Nick Griffiths/Mark Whaley (48pts)
  • 3rd – Andrew Blackhurst/Alan Weston (47pts/back 9 countback)
  • 4th – John Kennerley/Stephen Saunders (47pts)
  • 5th – Ian R Thompson/Stephen John Norman (45 pts/back 6 countback)
  • Dunham Forest AM-AM Open 2024

    Details coming soon.

    The History of Dunham Forest Golf & Country Club

    Visiting Dunham Forest Golf & Country Club today, it isn’t easy to believe that as recently as 1960, this splendid course was little more than a collection of huts and a concrete parade ground. The original 90 acres had been used by the US army and as an Italian prisoner of war camp.

    Due to the founding members of the Club having difficulty joining other local clubs, Leslie Glass (the first Club President) obtained an agreement from the land’s owner, Lord Stamford, to develop a Golf Course. 


    Initially, a nine-hole course was constructed, officially opened on 11th June 1961. Alex Hay, the first Professional, well expressed the atmosphere of those days; “What I remember most was that every day was exciting. So much was being achieved, progress was being made, traditions were being set, and Membership was binding together. Still, most of all, there was a great sense of fun, and laughter was commonplace”.

    Initially, the Club purchased a derelict house called “Tirbracken” to refurbish it as a Clubhouse. However, the renovation costs were so high that the Club decided to demolish the building. The present Clubhouse, designed by John Day, was built on the same site and was opened in September 1963.

    In 1965 an extra six holes were constructed. Alex Hay left, and the Club Captain, Archie Preston, enticed Ryder Cup player Dave Thomas to Dunham as the Professional. The course became 18 holes after Bernard Terry negotiated with Lord Stamford for extra land.

    After the death of Lord Stamford, the National Trust assumed ownership of the land, and the Club now rents the land from them.

    Dunham Forest Golf & Country Club Sponsors

    Our Sponsors

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