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Hoylake,

town (1991 pop. 25,554), Wirral metropolitan district, NW England, on the Wirral peninsula at the mouth of the Dee River. Located in the Greater Liverpool metropolitan area, it is a seaside resort with yachting facilities and a golf course.

Hoylake

a town and resort in NW England, in Wirral unitary authority, Merseyside, on the Irish Sea. Pop.: 25 524 (2001)
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HOYLAKE & DISTRICT GARDENING SOCIETY: Meets for talks at 7.
However, there were still some impressive aerial displays to be seen - including one by a World War II Spitfire - and plenty of other attractions for the crowds turned out to support the Hoylake station despite the torrential rain and wind.
As well as including plenty of indoor storage space the Hoylake also has a double garage, adding to its appeal as an ideal family home.
When the Open returned to Hoylake in 2006 after a 39-year absence, Tiger Woods became the first back-to-back Open champion since Tom Watson in 1983 in front of 230,000 people, a record attendance for the championship in England.
Winner Tiger Woods admitted he was a fan of Hoylake and said: "It's a fantastic test.
Scaffolding with cameras on them is all that blocks out the horizon at Hoylake.
In 1930 Hoylake hosted the second leg of Bobby Jones' remarkable Grand Slam of the Amateur and Open championships of both Britain and the United States.
HOYLAKE Flower Club: Hoylake Flower Club meets at Melrose Hall, Melrose Avenue, Hoylake the 3rd Tuesday of every month (except August/December) with guest flower demonstrator.
We are fortunate to have a marvellous new lifeboat station here at Hoylake, and the arrival of the Shannon will make the building complete.
Greg Norman, twice a champion, will also be missing from Hoylake.
Where we were asking the 1967 champion to hit the ball 100 yards, we're asking Tiger to hit it 104 yards," explained Peter Dawson, R & A secretary, at an Open media conference at Hoylake yesterday.
The Newcastle club pulled off an excellent 17-3 away win against 2002 beaten finalists Hoylake.