Boldmere Golf club was established in 1936 originally as a 9 hole golf course. The club boasts the oldest pro-am event in Europe, with top professionals joining the competition since it began in 1952. A recent score of 56 by R.Bardesley from Moor Halll Golf Club, in 2010, stands as the lowest round at Boldmere golf club and a 7 under par round at Boldmere with all of its challenging par 3's is no mean feat. The par at Boldmere is 63 with a total of 4474 yards, although only a short course consisting of 10 par 3's, 7 par 4's and 1 par 5, it is found by all who play here to be a tricky and challenging course due to the length of the long par 3's where many golfers need a wood to reach. The course is situated on the edge of Sutton Park leading to some rewarding views across the La Reserve lake, as can be seen from the above picture , especially on the 16th and the 18th. Some golfers’ shots end up closer to the lake than they would prefer with a slight fade on the 18th!!