Marsden Golf Club
Marsden Golf Club has a nine hole course, established in 1920, at the edge of the Wessenden Valley. The club house is an old farmhouse refurbished with the addition of a wide glazed veranda.
This picturesque hillside course, created in 1920, was designed by the legendary Alister MacKenzie, famous for his design of Augusta National, arguably the best course in the world. The 2 x 9 = 18 hole course only measures 5,702 yards but is well-designed and is renowned for providing a stern test, especially if the prevailing west wind is sweeping off the surrounding moors. The signature hole is the par-3 6th, measuring 160 yards.