Cawder Golf Club - Keir Course
Cawder Golf Club added the Keir Course as membership increased. Built on leased ground and opened in April 1937, the course was designed, like its Cawder sibling, by course architect James Braid; the current layout is largely faithful to his original vision. The Keir Course at the Cawder Golf Club is the shorter of the two golf courses, but that just makes the greens tighter and trickier, providing big challenges for the short game. Dress the part if you want to get on the Keir Course at the Cawder Golf Club, though, as a strict dress code is enforced, barring denim and tracksuits, and only allowing shorts in the summer.
|Red (W)||72||5484 yards|
Scorecard for Keir
|White M: 64.2/109||294||160||380||348||290||418||385||364||139||2778||203||358||440||387||379||431||366||165||364||3093||5871|
|Yellow M: 62.1/105||274||138||364||337||280||396||375||322||139||2625||203||341||428||375||363||421||337||149||347||2964||5589|
|Red W: 67.1/113||288||150||352||332||244||406||366||322||130||2590||184||341||414||374||324||417||337||150||353||2894||5484|
Year Built 1937
Driving Range Yes
Teaching Pro Yes
Putting Green Yes
Dress code Appropriate golf attire.
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