Trafford Golf Centre
The best practice facilities to help you learn, practice, improve and enjoy your golf.
There's also a Dino Falls Adventure Golf course for children.
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What makes it special
- Experience golf in the City of Manchester
Everyday from 7:30 to 22:30
40 balls - £5
80 balls - £8
120 balls - £10
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