Course Update

At SSGC we are committed to protect the wildlife and environment,

Our long term goal is to return the course to the original playing and visual characteristics. with less trees and more gorse and areas dedicated to allowing the re-population of Bees and Wild Flowers.

As part of the Cleadon Hills conservation area on top of  Magnesium Limestone our course is home to a number of rare and endangered plant species.

As we  work in partnership with the Durham Wildlife Trust , the Durham Wildlife Botany Club and the Forestry Commission, our course policy has been designed to work in unison with these partnerships whilst developing an Environmental Plan.

Read our Course policy here> South_Shields_-Golf_Club_-Course_Policy_2020-v1.1 (1)

The following reports from industry specialist should be read in conjunction with the above policy.

Water Report October 2020

STRI Report October 2020

Environmental Plan to follow

Course Development Plan 2019

Read the Bunker Plan HERE

Bunker works almost finished on 1st, 12th and 14th holes


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