Fairhaven Golf Club
|Red (W)||75||6013 yards||75.8||136|
|Blue M: 75.9/133||523||192||515||449||222||379||372||399||400||3451||217||496||387||386||367||507||499||161||544||3564||7015|
|White M: 74.1/125||518||185||506||443||185||373||351||393||360||3314||205||499||381||381||363||499||474||158||513||3473||6787|
|Yellow M: 73.0/123||510||177||500||436||179||366||335||387||351||3241||181||483||349||345||364||485||471||146||497||3321||6562|
|Red W: 74.7/125||471||152||415||408||145||321||304||376||325||2917||170||429||328||332||311||476||456||134||449||3085||6002|
Food & BeverageBar, Catering
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Lounge, Locker Rooms, Internet Access
Less linksy test
Maybe it was because it had rained a bit over night, but Fairhaven GC didn't play as linksy as many of the other courses in the area. It looked like a course that belonged in, say, Iowa. That said, it was a breezy track that was easy to walk and, sometimes more importantly, easy to find your ball. It was the first stop on a 36-hole doubleheader, and I'd recommend a similar course of action for other dimpleheads.
Beautiful little track that deserves more love
I'll be honest, this was the morning round of a 36-hole day that had nearby Royal Lytham & St. Annes as the afternoon round. So, I don't want to say I was overlooking the round, but I was overlooking the round. That was a mistake.
It was clear from the first hole, that this place is good. It has good variety, makes you think and presents plenty of a challenge.
It's also pretty and picturesque. On this day, the skies were fairly gray, so the browns, golds and greens of the course provided a nice contrast with the skies and gave us plenty of photo opportunities.
I'd play it again in a second.