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The landscape of Lancashire is perfectly suited to a wide range of sporting and other outdoor activities. From mountaineering and rock climbing to walking and even skiing, Lancashire is the place to come to practice your sport, or just to enjoy pleasant walks in the lovely countryside. There are numerous excellent golf courses here, and in places like Whalley and Silverdale you can expect a warm welcome from the members even if you're just passing through. West Lancashire is particularly well suited to the game, and there are many first-rate golf hotels in Lancashire for you to stay at. The advantage of picking a Lancashire golf hotel for a base is that you won't have far to go for the nearest course, and it may even be in the grounds of the hotel itself.
Lancashire is liberally sprinkled with excellent golf clubs. If you happen to be based in Morecambe or Blackpool there are several to choose from, all within easy reach. The best bet however is to book yourself in to one of these establishments, especially if you plan on playing a lot of golf while you're here. As well as often providing guests with a free shuttle service to the nearest course, you'll be able to hire equipment and be surrounded by golfing memorabilia, so you'll feel very much at home. Golfing enthusiasts like to sit around over a few drinks and talk shop, and there'll be plenty of opportunities for doing that, too. Golf hotels in Lancashire are often set in acres of open parkland, so you'll be able to enjoy lots of fresh air and invigorating scenery.
Study the facilities before you settle on a particular Lancashire golf hotel. Although many players like to devote every waking moment to the game, others like to combine playing golf with sightseeing and shopping, wining and dining. If you're coming here with your family (who amazingly may not have much interest in the game), this is an especially important point to consider. Fortunately, there's plenty to see and do if you prefer to hit the shops, rather than chipping a ball!