Grange Fell Golf Club is blessed with some of the finest views of any course in Britain
The course its self has obvious charm and beauty, with glimpses of wonderful wild life and plant life along every fairway.
However, once you have played your way up to the 3rd tee, the scale of the panorama, “as well as the walk” will simply steal your breath.
Over to the Far East, Ingleborough rises up high from the Yorkshire limestone of the Dales.
Round to the South, Morcambe and its changing bay of sea or sand with a diminutive Blackpool Tower just visible out on the edge of the Irish Sea on a clear day.
Panning round to the West and the acrobatic windmills in the sea off Walney Island and Barrow can be seen busy harvesting the wind.
Then further round there is the market town of Ulverston, birth place of Stan Laurel watched over by its Lighthouse like monument The Hoad.
Down below in the near valley, nestles the oh so pretty village of Cartmel with its famous sticky toffee pudding, racecourse and ancient priory.
Beyond in the distance the majestic fells and mountains of the English Lake District, Black Coombe, The Old Man of Coniston and The Windermere Valley rolling on into the heart of the Lakes.
The scenery alone is worth the visit the golf just makes it perfect!!!!!!!