Sefton Council has launched a public consultation on ways to improve the course and facilities at Southport Golf Links.
As well as the tees, greens and fairways, people taking part are asked to rate the current facilities at the Merseyside venue, including the reception and shop, changing rooms and toilets, parking and signage.
Participants are asked to indicate and prioritise on possible future improvements they would like to see at the club, including a new driving range, a chipping and bunker area, a putting green and floodlights. They can also comment on improvements they would like to see to the current facilities, including the White House Café.
Work to improve the course design are also among proposals on which people can express their views. And, as part of Sefton Council’s commitment to combating climate change, the consultation also includes questions about renewable energy, sustainable irrigation, recycling and reducing the use of plastics and improving existing wildlife habitat on the course.
Councillor Ian Moncur, Sefton Council’s Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing, said: “The results of this anonymous survey will help our Green Sefton service plan any possible future developments at Southport Golf Links and we want to hear from current users but also golfers who might consider using an improved course.
“Although no specific funding has yet been identified for investment at Southport Golf Links, as a result of feedback from last year’s similar consultation on Bootle Golf course, plans are now underway to create the new driving range that people told us they wanted to see as part of improved practice facilities at the course.”
To take part in the consultation, which closes on November 20th, visit https://yourseftonyoursay.sefton.gov.uk/green-sefton/southport-golf-links-consultation