Carus Green Golf Course – Kendal, Cumbria



Carus Green golf club is based in the pretty and historic market town of Kendal, on the fringes on the Lake District and is widely renowned as one of the north of England’s finest golf resorts. The club offers a challenging 18 hole parkland golf course with recently remodelled PGA greens and also features an award winning contemporary clubhouse, with a luxurious function suite and a spacious restaurant, a club shop with top of the range golf brands and a 16 bay high specification driving range. The newly installed Gary Wolstenholme Golf Academy features two bespoke Flightscope fitting rooms, an indoor putting lab, chipping green, outdoor all weather short game practice area and state of the art GC2 golf simulator which features courses such as Blue Monster, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns. There is also a specialist club fitting centre on-site, where players can benefit from professional advice and a bespoke service.

Carus Green breaks the golf club mould in so many ways and is recognised for its friendly welcome to all. It is famed for its beautiful views overlooking the picturesque 18th hole and the Lake District fells beyond. The bar and restaurant offers varied menus and is extremely popular with both visitors and locals. The Carus suite function room also benefits from the same stunning views and has a capacity of 180, making it the perfect venue for weddings, conferences, parties and other special occasions.

Carus Green is easily accessible from the M6 motorway and with luxury on-site accommodation in the recently completed townhouses, plus the amenities of Kendal within easy reach, is an ideal location for short breaks and golfing holidays in the Lake District.

Whether you are looking to play golf in a beautiful location, eat in a stylish contemporary restaurant, find a golf driving range in Cumbria or buy a new set of golf clubs, Carus Green is a welcoming and ideal choice.

Carus Green have just hosted the PGA North Region Championship, welcoming professional golfers from across the North.  We love this video, created by Rick Shiels when he was here.  Cheers Rick! (If you have trouble viewing it on our website you can watch it on YouTube at this link: