My Golf Course Logbook

Golf Course Logbook

I first started playing golf back in 1998. I played for 7 years before a change of jobs restricted my time, so other than the odd friendly game once per year, I pretty much stopped playing golf. Then in 2019 while holidaying with friends in Vale do Lobo (and heavily under the influence of Super Bock), I agreed to pick up the clubs again and join my local golf course. Reflecting recently upon my past games, I thought it would be interesting to keep a golf course logbook showing all the different courses that I’ve played over the years.

The golf courses below are a mixture of courses I played in my first stint of golf and those that I’ve played since coming back. I have lived in Manchester for most of my life, hence the bulk of the courses in this log are golf clubs based in the North West of England.

The green flags are the courses that I’ve already played, and in red are some of the golf courses that I’d really like to play in the future. I’ll be adding to those as I go along. The holy grail for now are St. Andrews & Augusta. One seems slightly more achievable than the other!


Most of this golf logbook is based on my recollections. If I’m not 100% sure, then I haven’t added the golf course to the map. My memories of the golf courses from 2005 and before are generally very vague. I played a lot of golf courses in the late nineties/early noughties and feel sure I have missed some. If you played a golf course with me and can see a course that is missing, then please let me know!

I love playing my home course Flixton Golf Club. The familiarity of knowing yardages, best places to miss a shot, and so on means that I do not have to think quite so hard while playing. That doesn’t mean to say it’s any easier! I would like to challenge myself more this year and make a conscious effort to try to get out, play a few other courses, and fill up this golf course logbook a little more!

57 different golf courses in 6 different countries and 2 different continents.

Courses I’ve played:

  1. Abersoch Golf Club
  2. Alhaurin Golfclub
  3. Altrincham Golf Course
  4. Antrobus Golf Club
  5. Birchwood Golf Club – Read Full Review
  6. Blundells Hill Golf Club
  7. Childwall Golf Club
  8. Cheadle Golf Club
  9. Chorlton-cum-Hardy Golf Club – Club Page
  10. Dainton Park Golf Club
  11. Davyhulme Park Golf Club – Club Page
  12. Disley Golf Club
  13. Dunham Forest Golf and Country Club
  14. Duxbury Park Golf Course
  15. Estepona Golf
  16. Flamingos Golf
  17. Flixton Golf Club – Club Page
  18. Foxhills Country Club – Golf Club & Resort – Longcross Course – Read Full Review
  19. Golf Torrequebrada
  20. Gullane Golf Course #2
  21. Gullane Golf Course #3
  22. Heaton Park Golf Course – Club Page
  23. High Legh Park Golf Club
  24. Hill Valley Golf Club
  25. Ingol Golf Club
  26. La Cala Golf
  27. La Quinta Golf & Country Club
  28. Legend Golf Course
  29. Lilleshall Golf Club
  30. Lockerbie Golf Club
  31. Los Arqueros Golf & Country Club
  32. Los Naranjos Golf Club
  33. Marbella Golf Country Club
  34. North Manchester Golf Club
  35. North Wales Golf Club
  36. Oulton Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort
  37. Pinhal golf course
  38. Pinheiros Altos Golf Resort
  39. Preston Golf Club
  40. Prestwich Golf Club
  41. Quinta do Lago Golf Course
  42. Reddish Vale Golf Club
  43. Ringway Golf Club Ltd
  44. San Lorenzo Golf Course
  45. Stand Golf Club Ltd.
  46. Styal Golf Club
  47. Telford Golf Club
  48. Tewkesbury Park
  49. The Mere Golf Resort & Spa
  50. The Shropshire Golf Course
  51. Vicars Cross Golf Club
  52. Vila Sol Golf
  53. Warrington Golf Club
  54. William Wroe Golf Course – Club Page
  55. Withington Golf Club
  56. Worsley Golf Club
  57. Worsley Park Golf Club

Countries I’ve played in:

  1. England
  2. Portugal
  3. Mauritius
  4. Scotland
  5. Spain
  6. Wales

Continents I’ve played in:

  1. Europe
  2. Africa

Last Updated on 31/05/2024 by StripeyGreenTV

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Rob is the founder and creator of Stripey Green TV. Having played the game for more than 25 years, he has shared a lot of similar experiences to the readers of SGTV, made plenty of mistakes, and picked up a LOT of hints and tips along the way. It was Rob's desire to share his golf experiences that were the primary reason for starting the SGTV website. He is passionate about helping fellow amateur golfers to NOT make mistakes, whether it be in their play, the equipment they purchase, or the golf that they watch.


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