They have been closed since early January and there is sure to be high demand for tee times as golfers look forward to getting back out in the fresh air.
Various membership options are available at most clubs.
1. Dunstanburgh Castle
Sitting in the shadow of Dunstanburgh Castle, the course designed by James Braid wraps around the magnificent Embleton Bay.
Membership options include: Full £500; Young Adult £275; Youth £195. Visit https://www.dunstanburgh.com/ for more.
Goswick, a championship golf course, is situated six miles south of Berwick. It measures 6,803 yards from the medal tees and has hosted regional qualifying for The Open.
A limited number of memberships are currently available. Full Member £590; Country Member £475; Distance Country Member £420; 9 Hole Member £250. Visit https://www.goswickgolfclub.com/ for more.
Picture by Sky Vantage Productions.
Photo: Ollie Cowgill
3. Alnmouth (Foxton)
Established in 1869, Alnmouth Golf Club is the 4th oldest golf club in England. Although the course has a coastal location it has parkland turf and a reputation for the fine quality of the greens and superb presentation.
Various membership options: Full £618 plus £250 joining fee. Twilight, five day and lifestyle memberships also available. Visit https://www.alnmouthgolfclub.com/members/join
4. Alnmouth Village
The club was established in 1869 making it the oldest 9 hole links in England. The view from that seventh tee is spectacular with the beach, Alnmouth Bay, the Coquet Island all visible.
Various memberships available: Full Membership £336; Twilight (6 months) £150; Seniors £234. Visit https://www.alnmouthvillagegolfclub.co.uk/ for more.