Great Yarmouth & Caister Golf Club

Anticipated Links Experience:
Many of the oldest clubs were founded in connection with other nearby activities, for example horse-racing, where land appropriate for a golf course could be utilised in terms of its character and ongoing maintenance. A racecourse links is rugged by definition and must be played with an open mind. These courses have historical significance, just like a reference section in a library, and therefore alllowances should be made in terms of lay-out and condition if your paths cross.

Best Holes:
par3: 14th
par4: 4th
par5: 13th

Worthy of Note:
In 1898 the Women’s British Amateur was played at Great Yarmouth & Caister.

The club was founded in 1882 by Dr Thomas Browne. The course assumed its current form in 1920 when the racecourse was moved here.


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Blog Posts:
Around the racetrack at Yarmouth