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About Us

Formby Hall Golf and Country Club has been stylishly and comprehensively transformed from unused marshland into one of the leading and most picturesque resorts in the country and is now referred to as Formby Hall Golf Resort and Spa.

The club has built a reputation as one of the leading golf courses in Europe- although it was established as recently as 1996; in 1999 the PGA European Tour chose it as the venue for the European Challenge Tour for 1999-2001. The Club is also known for hosting high quality charity and pro-am events featuring some well-known celebrities.

Following an extensive £10 million development, Formby Hall now welcomes guests and employees to an impressive new experience, where our grand colonial - style clubhouse and existing 18 hole championship course has been joined by a 62 bedroom 4 star hotel, a superb new 9 hole par 3 course, a new driving range and a unique new PGA Residential Academy, together with a state of the art spa and health club.

® PGA is a registered trademark of The Professional Golfers' Association Limited

Our parent company Maghull Group

Formby Hall's parent company Maghull Group has now secured the development of the Professional Golfers Association's – The UK's First PGA National Residential Golf Academy. The Maghull Group is a dynamic property development and investment company. Established in Liverpool in 1983, the company has focused the majority of its property ventures in the North West. The Group remains committed to investing and developing its portfolio throughout the North West.

For further information on Maghull Group visit click here to visit the website.