The earlier building which was flat roofed, covered with lead and had a small tower, was originally named Sammy Field House.

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The significantly named Thomas More inherited the hall in 1849 and sold it five years later to Charles Birley.

Almost immediately it was named Bartle Hall by his family whose fortune was based on mill ownership around Kirkham.

It possesses a large practice area available to members and visitors, with practice bunker, chipping facilities and a 9 hole putting green.

The course is professionally landscaped and has many distinctive features, including several water hazards.

From 1745, the hall became known as Leach Hall After the death of the new owner, Robert Haydock, in 1820, the Preston bailiff, John Troughton, greatly extended the hall during 1822–23 and planted more trees in the grounds.