Bromborough Golf Club has completed a £200k upgrade to its clubhouse facilities after securing funding from NatWest’s commercial banking team in Liverpool.
The revamp includes a new entrance to the clubhouse, an additional function room overlooking the course, improved dining space and a lift to provide visitors with disabled access and additional toilets on the first floor.
Located on the Leverhulme Estate, the 108-year old club is regarded as one of the finest parkland courses in the North West and has hosted several prestigious tournaments including the English Men’s Seniors Championship in 2003, the English Amateur Championship in 2005 and the Cheshire Matchplay in 2010.
Alisdair Mackay, General Manager, Brombrough Golf Club, said: “For many, many years Bromborough has been renowned for the quality of its golf course. Now these new facilities significantly enhance the clubhouse and upgrade it to a level consistent with our status as a championship course.
“We are confident they will help improve the overall experience of members and visitors to the club and assist us in recruiting additional members to fill the 12 vacancies we have. It will also help us to attract business from local people who are looking to book a high calibre venue with function space for meetings of up to 40 delegates.”
John Fillingham, NatWest Relationship Manager, said: “Bromborough is a modern and forward-thinking golf club which is committed to improving facilities for members and guests. We are very happy to provide them with the funding for this project.”
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