An attractive and challenging 18 hole, par 70 parkland course
Founded in 1908, Middlesbrough Golf Club was based at Saltersgill Farm until 1938 when we moved to our present location.
Designed by James Braid (five times Open Champion), the renowned golf course architect fully exploited the natural ravines and undulating land. The course was officially opened in April 1939 and in 1990 new holes were laid through acquired woodland, giving us the layout we enjoy today.
Our course is situated in countryside five miles south of Middlesbrough with stunning views of the Cleveland Hills.
There are many attractive and challenging holes; the tree-lined par 3 fourth (197 yards), the dog-leg 11th around or over Oakwood (544 yards), and the spectacular eighth, which has been described by many visitors as one of the most attractive holes they have played.
Playing the course will ensure you have a rewarding and enjoyable experience that will test golfers of all handicaps.
The Professional Team
Our friendly Professional Team always on hand and happy to help, making sure that members and visitors have a great experience.
Whether it’s organising your society day, advice on the best equipment or coaching; Head Professional Gordon Cattrell and fellow professional Andrew Richardson will make sure you get the most out of your golf.
First class facilities
Before your game, we have outstanding facilities for practicing, including chipping and putting greens, a large practice ground and picturesque driving range.
Afterwards, enjoy the great hospitality offered in our modern lounge and bar.
We look forward to welcoming you to Middlesbrough Golf Club.
Middlesbrough Golf Club has been awarded the SafeGolf standard, demonstrating our commitment to the standards set by the SafeGolf partnership in safeguarding the welfare of children and young people, as well as adults at risk in the sport of golf.