Prince Bishops Course - The par 72 course measures 6,851 yards from its championship tees and has views of world famous Durham Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the inspiration for Ramside’s second course – The Cathedral Course opened in September 2014. The Prince Bishops' course is named after the warrior clergymen who ruled over the lawless North from Durham Castle after the Norman Conquest in the 11th Century. The course has spirit of adventure and features 16 water hazards, reachable par 5’s, driveable par 4’s, and short holes that demand shot-making skills from wedge to woods.
The Cathedral Course - Built on rolling countryside between the villages of Belmont and Pittington with breath-taking natural features including ridges, becks and valleys. The course extends out over a broad hilltop with views of Durham Cathedral and as far afield as the Angel of the North in Gateshead, before dropping down into a valley and rising up again to return to the parkland estate where its closing holes end back at the clubhouse and hotel. The middle holes are laid out across a high plateau, previously called ‘Hilltop Farm’ - with wide-open skies and 360 degree views - then drop down into a striking valley with dramatic elevation changes, mature trees, steep banksides and a coursing beck.