Slaley Hall - Priestman Course
The Priestman course is a slightly newer course than its sister, the Hunting course. Although many golfers that come to Slaley Hall want to take on the Hunting course, the Priestman layout is superb and beautifully compliments a round on the Hunting course.
The Priestman course was opened for play in 1999 and isn’t considered to be the most difficult of golf courses but you still will need to play a good fame in order to finish the round with a good scorecard. The course is made difficult by the fact that there are many, strategically placed, gaping bunkers positioned along the course and these sand traps are the course’s biggest defence. The course presents an array of golfing challenges along the way with the gaping bunkers and several water hazards along the way. However, the course boasts beautifully wide fairways which should inspire you with confidence right from the tee shot. From many of the holes you can enjoy panoramic views over the lovely, Northumberland countryside. The Priestman course at Slaley Hall is the perfect companion for its sister course, the Hunting course, and is the perfect holiday course with stunning views, an interesting layout and firm but fair hazards for you to navigate your way around.
18 Holes, Bar, Buggy Hire, Changing Facilities, Driving Range, Golf lessons with PGA Professionals, Par 72, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Restaurant, Trolley Hire