Sedbergh Golf Club is set in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales countryside, and with the Howgill fells forming a magnificent backdrop, the course has been described by many as one of the most scenic and tranquil in the North of England. On the course you can enjoy views of Dentdale, The Lune Valley and Holme Fell, as well as views over the quiet market town of Sedbergh, which nestles in the shadow of Winder and Crook (two of the Howgills). Further enhancing the beauty of the course are the rivers Dee and Rawthey. Both rivers dissect the course and feature on several holes, helping to make this one of the most picturesque and challenging golf courses you are ever likely to play. The course itself has been professionally designed and constructed, making the most of the naturally undulating parkland. With several tree lined holes and fairways crossing or alongside both rivers, the emphasis is placed on accuracy rather than distance. With well guarded greens (made to USGA specification) and water features aplenty, the course provides a test for golfers of all ability. Each and every one of the nine holes is very individual, each bursting with character. Different tee positions for the back-nine make Sedbergh Golf Club one of the most interesting nine hole courses in the country.