The Course

10 Greens, 18 tees, unlimited challenges!​

Find out more about the course with videos, galleries and details of local rules and ratings. We’ve also added lots of new information so you can get to know the course — including galleries and a new course guide.

The Dunnerholme links course enjoys a unique location by the Duddon estuary with stunning views to the lakes — it also has a unique layout made up of ten greens, and eighteen tees (giving 18 very different challenges).

Dunnerholme Rock, from which the Golf Club gets its name, is a limestone outcrop that projects out in to the Estuary and forms a challenging part of the course.


The flat top of the rock is a strategic feature of the club’s signature Par 3, sixth hole – from the top, on a clear day, the panoramic view over the Duddon Sands to the Lakeland fells and mountains is spectacular. 

Eight of the holes are repeated; but on the back nine, the different tee positions on the replayed holes give them a new perspective. 

Each hole on the back nine plays very differently on any repeated greens played on the front nine, bringing exciting new challenges.

18 Hole Course (10 greens with 18 tees)


10 Greens - 18 Tees


Par 36


Par 72


Par 72

9 Hole Course (Holes 1 to 9 of 18 hole course)


Par 36


Par 36


Par 36

Local Rules (2023 and beyond)

LOCAL RULES (as shown on latest card of the course).

1. Out of Bounds (Rule 18.2)

i. A ball is out of bounds when it is beyond any white stakes or lines defining the boundary of the course.

ii. The course boundary fence beside the railway.

iii. The Clubhouse Complex, including the Putting Green.

iv. 1st/11th – Perimeter fence/hedge on the left and on or over the road on the right.

NB. 5th – White stakes beyond the green relate to 7th and DO NOT define OOB on the 5th.

v. 6th – Cottages, buildings and gardens to the right and wooden shed complex to the left, white stakes to left and behind green

vi. 7th – Cottages, buildings and gardens to the right as defined by white stakes.

vii. 10th/18th – Area defined by white stakes to the right, workshops complex as defined by stone wall and building.

2. Abnormal Course Conditions (Including Immovable Obstructions)(Rule 16.1)

i. Any artificially surfaced pathways, roads, marker discs, telegraph poles and drain covers are immovable obstructions.

ii. At the player’s option, dung from sheep may be treated as:

• A loose impediment that may be removed under Rule 15.1, or

• Ground under repair from which relief is allowed under Rule 16.1.

If the dung is found on the putting green, the player may remove the dung from the line of play. If doing so improves the line of play or other conditions affecting the stroke, there is no penalty under Rule 8.1a.

iii. Boulders to the right of 1st/11th fairway free drop.

3. Penalty Areas (Rule 17)

When a player’s ball is in a penalty area, including when it is known or virtually certain to be in the penalty area even though not found, the player may take relief using one of the options under Rule 17.1b.

4. Ball Deflected by Power Line

If it is known or virtually certain that a player’s ball hit a power line or a wire or pole supporting a power line during the play of holes 5/15 and 8/16 the stroke does not count. The player must play a ball without penalty from where the previous stroke was made (see Rule 14.6 for what to do).

5. Integral Parts of the Course

Walls, Bridges, Boulders, Steps and Built up tees are integral parts of the course. The ball must be played as it lies or declared unplayable.

6. Bridge Approaches

Paths of bridge approach are a free drop. But over water is play as it lies or penalty drop.

Course and Slope Rating

New ratings from July 2021 and Handicap ratings from April 2024

Please make sure you are using the latest card. Download a PDF for the 18 hole course.

Buggy Hire 2024


  • Visitor Buggy Hire – £30.00 (10 or 18 holes)
  • Please contact Alec on 07939 546634


  • Member Buggy Hire 18 Holes – £20.00
  • Member Buggy Hire 10 Holes – £12.00
  • Book the buggy online via BRS



New Course Guide

View details and pictures of each hole - with distances from each tee and some handy tips for playing the course.

Course Card

Card for the Course

The latest card for the course, with distances adjusted in July 2021. Make sure you have the latest card when playing a round.