This was the principal town of the Brigantes, whose earlier tribal stronghold can be seen at Stanwick. The remains include parts of the Roman defences and two spectacular mosaic pavements. The on-site museum displays local Roman finds.
With extensive views over the course and the sea beyond there is no more pleasant place to mull over your round than the comfortable surroundings of the lounge bar, watching your fellow golfers and the passing boats and ships going about their business. The friendly and efficient staff are on hand to help you quench your thirst with a selection of draught and bottled ales, wines and soft drinks from the well stocked bar. Visitors are welcome at most times, with the exceptions being Sunday mornings (Club competitions) and Wednesday mornings (Ladies Day).
Bridlington Golf Club is sited on the A165 South of the town and has magnificent views of the bay. It is an easy walking, 6638 yard course, with some of the finest greens in the area. The presentation of the course is excellent. With thousands of trees screening the fairways, six water features and many well-positioned bunkers, it offers a challenge to the discerning golfer. The clubhouse was recently refurbished and offers the opportunity to relax after the game with all modern comforts. Enjoy a drink at the bar and sample excellent food while being looked after by our friendly staff.
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