Club History

Club History

Blyth Golf Club was Founded in 1905. We have occupied 3 different sites in that time. The first being a nine hole course on the links to the south of the town and golf was played there until circa.1914. The Club then moved to a 12 hole course, inland adjacent to Plessey Road (known as the Old Course) until 1976. The third location was a newly built 18 hole course situated at New Delaval. The course was developed on land where once stood a Pit Head and it's entire minning community.This course, together with a new clubhouse was leased from Blyth Valley Council who also provided the manpower to maintain the course. 1991, saw the club take over the maintenance of the Golf Course from Blyth Valley Council. In 2008, Blyth Golf Club became masters of our own destiny, when the course, and clubhouse was purchased from Blyth Valley Council. The course has now matured into a tree-lined par 72 parkland course.

Explore the course

Blyth's parkland course is regarded as being one of the best in Northumberland and is always maintained to the highest standard.

See the course

Become a member

We warmly welcome new members. Join one of the most challenging and interesting courses in Northumberland

How to join

The Golf Club

Developed on land where once stood a pit head and it's entire mining community

The Golf Club

Visitors and Societies

We are very happy to share our wonderful golf course & fantastic views with visitors.

Visitors Information

Open Competitions

We welcome visitors every year from near and afar, you will all be assured of a fantastic day.

For Opens and Competitions players must hold an official Congu Handicap.

Open Competitions

Golf Course Conditions

The Course is currently closed due to Covid-19 restrictions

(This page may not be updated daily, we recommend you contact the pro shop for latest course information)

GREENS: All 18 greens in play 


BUGGIES: Allowed

Please remember to replace divots, rake bunkers and repair pitchmarks!

Preferred lies in operation until 31 March 2021.