Arcot Hall Golf Club is more than 100 years old, yet it still manages to remain one of Northumberland’s best-kept secrets. Many golf enthusiasts in the North East may not even realise they have an amazing club right on their doorstep, but now the secret is well and truly out.
Situated in Dudley, Cramlington, Arcot Hall Golf Club offers fantastically easy access from the A19 or the A189. Discreetly tucked away, this stunning mature woodland course is a hidden gem. The old hall has a long, and occasionally scandalous, history and has endured war, relocation and even its own ghost.
Read more of the history of Arcot Hall Golf Club and where the name “Arcot” derives from at the link below, with the words kindly supplied by Club Chairman for 2018 Mr Steve Halsall
The 18-hole course comprises two loops of nine holes, with an inner and an outer circuit. Significant and continual improvement has been carried out over recent years to ensure players have the best playing experience possible.
A variety of membership options are available to suit different golfers. Arcot offers every option available, including flexible Lifestyle Membership; five-, six- and seven day membership; and a range of corporate membership offers. Prices on application.
A wonderful addition, which a lot of people may not be aware of, is that Arcot Golf Club enjoys reciprocal playing arrangements with both Eaglescliffe Golf Club and Bishop Auckland Golf Club, so Arcot members can play these two great courses, at no extra cost!
A brilliant idea for those who travel around.
Why just enjoy one course, when you can enjoy three?
Arcot Golf Club welcomes and encourages non-golfers of all ages to get into golf, and runs a busy and successful golf academy which offers free introductory taster sessions as well as affordable academy membership rates, all run by their club’s enthusiastic pro.
We operate a booking system for non members whilst protecting the playing rights of existing members. Numerous social events are hosted throughout the year at which new members can come and get a feel for the place, as well as get to know other members. The clubhouse has had a number of renovations since the move to Arcot Hall and today the 200-year listed building boasts a restaurant and bar.
This great golf course may be hidden away, but if you’re a keen golfer, or even thinking about taking up the sport, it could be the best discovery you make this year.
The committee of 2018 would like to thank Anne Carter for the use of her photograph’s of Arcot Hall Golf Course on the website