Moorside Golf Club, Higher Disley, Cheshire. (1930 - 1950s) 

First appeared in the late 1930s when the secretary was S Warmisham and the green-keeper R Myers.

A 9-hole course with a SSS of 73 and Par 74 and a club membership of 100. Visitors’ fees were, 1/6 a day, 5/- on Sunday and Bank Holidays. The station at Disley was 1 ½ miles away. Local hotel was the Rams Head.

From 1947 to its demise in the late 1950s the secretary at the Moorside Country Golf Club Ltd, telephone Disley 249 was E R Lewis, 1 Lisburne Lane, Stockport. The green-keeper was J Jones. Visitors’ fees were 1/6 a day, 2/6 at weekend and Bank Holiday.

Moorside Golf Club, Higher Disley, Cheshire. Location of the earlier golf course.

Location of the Moorside course.

Grid reference SJ98400,82330, co-ordinates 398400,382330.

Information from Edmund Wilkinson of Stansted, “I have recollections of a course in this remote spot above Lyme Park, but it is long gone.