Beamish Hall Hotel
Beamish Hall Hotel
Set in the grounds of a former deer park the club celebrated their centenary in 2006. In 1963 the course was redesigned by Henry Cotton and you are invited to play our challenging but attractive course. We welcome all sorts of visitors from corporate days and visiting golf parties to day to day visitors.
|Mixed (2 men 2 ladies)||18/05/2019||Entry Form||Book Now|
|Ladies||22/05/2019||Entry Form||Book Now|
|Charlie Bear Charity||04/07/2019||Contact Chris 0191 3701984|
|County Durham Golf Trail||08/07/2019||Entry Form||Results to Follow|
|County Durham Golf Trail||10/07/2019||Entry Form||Results to Follow|
|Seniors||25/07/2019||Entry Form||Book Now|
|Ladies||07/08/2019||Entry Form||Book Now|
|Juniors||12/08/2019||Results to follow|
|Texas Scramble Team||23/08/2019||Entry Form||Book Now|
|Gents||14/09/2019||Entry Form||Book Now|
BPGC operate a flexible pricing policy depending upon when you are intending to play.
Special reduced rates are available when visitors are playing with a member. These can be seen along with available tee times by simply signing in as a member and booking!
Visiting parties of 16 or more players on the day, then organiser enjoys one free green fee. A wide selection of hot and cold food is available before and/or after golf. Get in touch with our office to enquire about booking a visiting party or society visit.
The club is not in a position to make any recommendations regarding where to stay. However, details of the nearest establishments are included here to assist visitors.
The dress code for the clubhouse is smart/casual at all times. Hats/caps are not allowed in the clubhouse.
The following are not allowed on the course; tracksuits, denim jeans, football/rugby/cricket replica tops or shorts, trainers, sports shorts or trousers tucked into socks.