Established in 1894
Situated in Stockport where the Cheshire Plain meets the High Peak, the village of Mellor and its Golf Club are steeped in history, and the course is well known as one of Cheshire’s ‘Hidden Gems of Golf’.
In 1745 John Wesley, the famous Methodist Minister, stood on what is now the 10th fairway and described the view that stretched before him as “Paradise”.
Over 100 years later the first holes were laid out on the very same land and Mellor Golf Club was born in 1894.
The Townscliffe Golf Club across the valley, adjacent to Mellor Church, was founded in 1908 and lasted for twelve years before it joined with Mellor in 1920, and in accordance with a promise made to the members at that time Mellor and Townscliffe Golf Club was soon extended to 18 holes.
During its 100 plus year history the club has been resident in three counties, Derbyshire, Greater Manchester and finally Cheshire where it has remained ever since.
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In The Clubhouse & Dining Room
A minimum standard of smart casual dress is required in all areas of the Clubhouse at all times. Dark denims allowed, training shoes are not allowed, and players are asked to remove hats before entering the clubhouse.
It is requested that mobile phones are switched off or set to silent whilst in the clubhouse.
On The Course
Correct golfing attire must be worn at all times. No trainers, denims or t-shirts on the course please.
Shorts must be tailored and worn with white or matching socks.
A full course health and safety document is available by clicking here