- Location: Liverpool, England
- Open: 1873
- Designer: Unknown
- Major Course Updates: James Braid, Charles Cotton, Donald Steel, Martin Ebert & Tom Mackenzie
- Events Hosted: N/A
- Key Rankings: 35th best golf course in England, Top 100 Golf Courses (2022)
In a golf-rich area like Liverpool, golf courses like West Lancashire help establish the area as a go-to area to travel to, mainly because they add depth and options. Such is the case at this superb golf course, which opened in 1873 at the hands of unknown locals, or mother nature, perhaps. The opening hole is a brute of a start, while the shorter par 4, 13th gains praise from enthusiasts, curving around a dune to a green on a low plateau. Interestingly, West Lancashire is home to the longest hole in one ever, per the Guinness Book of Golf Facts & Feats, on the 393 yard par 4!