Welcome to Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club, a prestigious members club located in Lytham St Annes, England. This links course, designed by George Lowe, was founded in 1886 and features 18 holes with a par of 71 and a length of 7118 yards from the white tees.
Ranked as the 13th best course by Golf Monthly, Royal Lytham & St Annes has hosted many renowned tournaments throughout its history. Notable events include the 2015 Walker Cup, won by Great Britain, and the 2012 Open Championship, won by Ernie Els. Other Open champions include David Duval in 2001, Tom Lehman in 1996, Seve Ballesteros in 1988 and 1979, Gary Player in 1974, Tony Jacklin in 1969, Bob Charles in 1963, Peter Thomson in 1958, Bobby Locke in 1952, and Bobby Jones in 1926. The course has also hosted the Ryder Cup twice, with the United States winning in 1977 and the US team again winning in 1961.
The clubhouse at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club features a bar and restaurant for members to enjoy after a day on the links. The club's pro shop, managed by Professional Ben Squires, offers a range of services to members and guests, including equipment sales and rentals, golf lessons, and club fitting. Onsite self-catering accommodation is also available for those who wish to extend their stay and fully immerse themselves in the golfing experience.
Come and experience the history and tradition of Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club, where champions have been crowned and memories have been made for over a century.