The Warmest of Welcomes from the Dunnerholme Golf Club

The members and staff of Dunnerholme Golf Club offer a warm and friendly welcome to every visitor. We endeavour to make your visit as enjoyable as possible and we are continually striving to improve our course and facilities.

Buggies are available and visiting parties of 8 people or more can be catered for (see below for more details).

The Dunnerholme Golf course is available for any player who possesses a handicap certificate, a golf club membership or member of a Golf Society.

Please contact the club secretary for details.

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    Green Fees

    From November 1st 2023 to 30th April 2024

    Visitors£20 (10 or 18 holes)

    (Need a golf cart? Please check the buggy hire section for more info)

    Members and Other fees

    Members with Guest – £20 (10 or 18 holes)
    County Card – £20 (10 or 18 holes)
    Juniors – £10 (Must be accompanied by an Adult)

    There is no option for cash or card payment at the course – please book and pay online
    All tee times must be booked. Please ensure all players have their digital confirmation of booking.

    For further information and tee times for large groups please complete the contact form or get in touch by phone or email.

    View the latest card of the course.

    Buggy Hire (2023 and beyond)


    • Visitor Buggy Hire – £25.00 (10 or 18 holes)
    • Please contact Alec on 07939 546634


    • Member Buggy Hire 18 Holes – £18.00
    • Member Buggy Hire 10 Holes – £10.00
    • Book the buggy online via BRS

    Reserved Tee Times (for Members)

    These times will not be available in the online booking process.


    5.00pm – 7.00pm  JUNIORS have priority


    9.00am – 1.00pm  SENIORS


     4.00pm  –  6.00pm  SCRATCH

    From 1.00pm – LADIES have priority on the tee


    Competition Day – Course closed until 5.00pm.


    10.00am – 11.30am LADIES Competition Day

    Please check online booking BRS reservations and Course Notice Board for additional fixtures or alterations to regular fixtures.

    Visitor Rules

    There is a registration procedure for all Visitors. For Insurance purposes (and in the interest of health and safety), we must be aware of who is on the course. When completing the online booking process, full contact details must be completed. 

    • We do not insist on handicap certificates but expect all visitors to be competent golfers and preferably to be members of a recognised golf club.
    • Repair pitch marks on greens and replace divots.
    • Switch off your mobile phone.
    • Do not leave litter, empty bottles etc, on the course. Take your litter home with you, or use the litter baskets where available.
    • Please remember to give way to green staff working on the course.
    • Strictly observe the rules of golf, the etiquette of golf and all course notices.
    • Maintain an acceptable standard of appearance on the course and in the clubhouse.
    • Avoid slow play. A four ball should be able to complete the course in or around 4 hours.

    PLEASE BE AWARE OF WALKERS on the public footpaths which cross the course

    Dress Code

    The club seeks to promote a friendly, relaxed atmosphere in which members, guests and visitors can enjoy the course and clubhouse facilities. A reasonable standard of dress is required at all times.

    On the Course and Practice Facilities 

     Smart Golf Wear is expected at all times

    • Tailored shirts specifically designed for golf  — collared, collarless, roll necks are acceptable and may be worn tucked in or outside, if specifically designed.
    • Tailored trousers or tailored shorts — No track suits, no football/rugby shorts, no blue denim jeans.
    • Golf shoes — only shoes specifically designed for golf.
    • Socks — long, ankle or trainer socks.

    In the Clubhouse

    Smart, casual attire is expected at all times

    • No caps or hats
    • No golf shoes
    • Wet or soiled clothing

    Those not complying with the dress code may be requested to leave the course.

    Golf Packages 2023 and beyond

    Groups of Eight Golfers or more (Monday – Saturday) (Prices on Request)

    1. Coffee and Bacon Roll + 18 holes of Golf – prices on request
    2. Coffee and Biscuits + 18 holes of Golf + Soup and sandwiches
    3. Coffee and Bacon Roll +  18 Holes of Golf + Two Course Meal

    LARGER PARTIES OF 12 OR MORE – For every 12 golfers one gets free golf (exclusive of food)

    For all packages, pre booking is essential. Non-Returnable Deposit £5.00 per head on booking.
    Meals must be pre-ordered. All special dietary requirements must be advised on booking.  

    Menus on request


    Other Attractions

    Attractions in and around Askam

    Dock Museum:
    The popular museum focuses on Barrow’s shipbuilding industry, the Victorian iron and steel works, and the history of the Furness area.

    Furness Abbey:
    The abbey, founded in 1137, was once the second richest and most powerful Cistercian monastery in the country.

    South Lakes Wild Animal Park:
    See tigers and other big cats, giraffes, rhinos, penguins, rare red pandas and hundreds more animals at one of the prize attractions of the Furness area.

    Piel Island:
    Piel Island is situated at the southern tip of the Furness peninsula and is accessible by passenger ferry from Roa Island. The island has a castle, built by the monks of Furness Abbey, and a king — the landlord of the island’s pub is traditionally crowned as King of Piel.

    Local Hotel Options

    The Dunes Hotel,

    The Dunes Hotel is located on the A590 on the way to Barrow-in-Furness – just a few miles along the main road from the junction to Askam-in-Furness (and Dunnerholme). Enjoy a lovely luxurious stay in quiet surroundings, close to the sea.

    Premier Inn, Ulverston

    If you're looking for modern, comfortable accommodation, the Ulverston Premier Inn is in a handily placed location to explore the area – and is only a few miles along the A590 towards the motorway.