Fishwick Hall Golf Course is the only course within the boundary of the original Borough of Preston. The Club was founded in 1912 by a group of enthusiastic amateur golfers, whose photographs can be seen in the clubhouse to this day. One of the founder Members Mr Harry Holland remained a member until his death in the early 1980’s, his son survives him as one of the Clubs Vice Presidents. Fishwick Hall offers a challenging course suitable for all levels of ability, which coupled with excellent catering facilities makes an ideal venue for Society and Corporate outings. The course is set in Parkland with magnificent views of the Ribble Valley part wooded with tree lined airways, water hazards and bounded by the River Ribble. The variation of the holes makes a challenging course. Another point of interest is that the worlds longest Putt of 166ft 8in was made on the 14th Green at Fishwick Hall Golf Club at a charity event in August 2000, this has been officially ratified by the Guinness Book of Records.