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Issue 17 ¡ 2019

How to find... Directions for locating the regions best golf courses and their current seasonal offers

Featured Course Ramside Hall: 36 holes set in lush, rolling countryside on the doorstep of Durham City

Plus Features, Latest news, Costa del Sol...

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Welcome Issue 17 · 2019

008 News & Features 030 North Yorkshire 044 West Yorkshire 064 East Yorks & Humberside 070 South Yorkshire 082 North East 104 Costa del Sol

Welcome to The Golf Guide Welcome to our latest edition of the Yorkshire & North East Golf Guide - a leading golf and lifestyle publication distributed across the UK and Europe - you can also find an online copy at www.thegolfguide.co.uk. We provide our readers with a top quality printed lifestyle magazine and website. The Golf Guide is aimed at players of all levels, ranging from professionals to your casual society golfer. In addition to this publication, we have further Golf Guides in The North West, Wales, The Midlands and Spain. This Yorkshire & NE Golf Guide is split into 5 areas - The North East of England and the four regions of Yorkshire. At the start of each region you will find a map highlighting where each featured course can be found and a comprehensive listing of all the golf courses at the end of the regions section. The Golf Guide is an opportunity for golf clubs to feature their course, products and services they provide. The aim of the magazine is to give enough information for any golfer or party planning a visit to the area to select courses they wish to play. Each golf course page provides images and details about the course, full contact details and any special offers. Our 2019 Golf Guide Tour is now in its 8th season, with 20 pairs of golfers experiencing the Golf Finals in Spain and 2 pairs enjoying a trip to Fancourt, South Africa sponsored by Chaka Travel. The Golf Guide Tour aims to offer some of the best courses at great prices, and 2019 is certainly on track with Open Qualifiers, Ryder Cup Venues and a trip to the home of golf - St Andrews. The tour has events in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales! In addition to all the superb prizes you can win at each event courtesy

of our sponsors - Callaway, Club Individual, Halewood wines and spirits and many more The Race to Fancourt order of merit competition continues whereby one lucky pair will qualify for 7 days with 5 rounds of golf at the amazing resort of Fancourt, South Africa. The individual tour events are a stableford pairs competition, with each winning pair on the day qualifying for our European final in either November 2019 or February 2020 in the Costa del Sol, including flights, accommodation and 3 rounds of competitive golf at top quality Spanish courses. To qualify for the Race to Fancourt each pair must play in a minimum of 4 tour events. The four round stableford points total will be entered onto an order of merit. The leading 10 pairs at the end of the Notts Hillinwell event will qualify for a UK final where the winning pair on the day will win the top prize and be on the plane to Fancourt, South Africa. As a business, our products and services continue to develop at a rapid rate. Our digital platform provides an interactive web platform that complements the magazine and allow readers to access our information from anywhere in the world, and book their visits online via the Golf Guide. From now on, whether you are reading this in printed format or online, the best golf directory in the UK is never far away. We hope you will find this free publication an enjoyable read and a valuable source of information when planning your golfing trips in the region. Our magazine’s aim is simple... “You’ll be lost without it.” We hope you enjoy the magazine and welcome your feedback.

Cover image & left Ramside Hall Publisher Golf Guide Digital Media Ltd High Legh Golf & Country Club High Legh, Knutsford Cheshire, WA16 0WA info@thegolfguide.co.uk www.thegolfguide.co.uk Managing Director - Paul Lambert Telephone: 07786 548629 paul@thegolfguide.co.uk Printed by MCR Media Telephone: 01273 233558 info@mcrmedia.co.uk www.mcrmedia.co.uk Designed by Nick Senior www.nicksenior.com

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Ramside Hall Hotel and Golf Club

Ramside is a golf resort and spa with 36 holes of championship standard golf set in lush, rolling countryside on the doorstep of Durham City. Look South from its manicured fairways and greens and your eyes will find one of Britain’s greatest buildings, the UNESCO World Heritage Site Durham Cathedral and Castle, built by the Normans in 1093. Whilst the cobbled streets, medieval buildings and Durham’s revered University are centuries old, Ramside Golf Club celebrated its 21st birthday in 2017. Recent years have seen investment totalling £16m and the resort is now in the best shape of its life. Golf Ramside has a superb location, close to the A1M heading North to Newcastle and beyond to Scotland. It enjoys excellent connectivity by rail, road and air for those golfers living within the North East and Yorkshire.

Golf at Ramside is a thrilling blend of risk and reward with large lakes, dramatic doglegs, sweeping fairways, expansive bunkering and some of the biggest and truest greens you’ll ever putt on. The two courses are parkland, the oldest - The Prince Bishops’ – set in a leafy valley around the main estate, four star country house hotel and luxury spa and health club. Opened in 1996, The Prince Bishops’ Course has 16 man-made lakes dotted across a par-72 layout beautifully balanced between tricky short holes, reachable par fives and strong par-fours. Doglegs are par for the course and it helps if you can move the ball both ways off the tee and hit high soft-landing approach shots. The second, The Cathedral, opened in 2014 and

is laid out on former farmland between quaint villages, through a wooded valley and alongside a rolling beck. Amen for the Cathedral Course The course begins in the original Ramside estate but them crosses to a broad hilltop plateau, with views over Durham City, before dropping down into a picturesque wooded valley and returning to the clubhouse. The middle ‘hilltop holes’ are spectacular. You’ll enjoy wide-open skies and 360 views of the Durham countryside. These holes are exposed to the elements and a prevailing South Easterly wind gives the greens a links-like look and feel. They sit proudly, elevated as if part of the horizon, and are protected by the clever run-offs, swales and false fronts more often found in seaside golf.


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The downhill par-three 12th is clearly a nod to Augusta’s iconic ‘Golden Bell’ but instead of Rae’s Creek, Sherburn Beck guards the front of the green. The beck is the defining feature at the par-four 13th and skirts the entire length of the hole just like Rae’s Creek does at the par-five 13th in Georgia. The Cathedral’s finishing stretch combines two gentle par-four holes with a fiendishly difficult 452-yard 17th hole. The route to the hole is punctuated by several lakes, fairway bunkers, encroaching trees and a difficult green. The 18th is a long par three played over a waiting lake before you reach the safety of a huge undulating green.

The ‘valley holes,’ from four through seven are peaceful and quiet. Here, two beautiful par-three’s interchange with a pair of muscular par-fives, defended by well-placed fairway and greenside bunkers. Later, the course returns to the valley for its most celebrated section. Designer Jonathan Gaunt calls the stretch of holes from the 11th to the 14th ‘Ramside’s Amen Corner,’ and credits the famous Georgia golf course as his inspiration in shaping the holes.

Off Course: Recharge at The Spa at Ramside Golfers staying at Ramside Hall Hotel will love the opportunity to relax and unwind after golf at its luxury health club, gym, spa and pool. The Spa at Ramside features a 25m swimming pool, hydrotherapy pools, caldarium, infinity

pool, plunge pool, Rasul mud chamber, sauna, steam room and jacuzzi’s. There are also 12 treatment rooms, a state-of-the art gym, exercise studios, beauty salon and an Asian Fusion restaurant, café and bar. Golfers can stay on the Whole in One golf & spa package or purchase individual treatments designed specifically with the golfer in mind. The Golfer’s Tonic is a restorative massage treatment targeting the back, shoulders, legs and ankles and is the perfect way to restore your body to health after a day walking the fairways. Groups of golfers may also wish to stay in The Ramside Farmhouse, a five-bedroom farmhouse with private walled gardens, veranda and barbecue area located in the heart of The Prince Bishops Course. For more information about Ramside Golf Club, The Cathedral Course, Spa at Ramside and golf breaks, visit: www.ramsidehallhotel.co.uk

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NEWS & FEATURES

Whitley Bay Golf Club Whitley Bay Golf Club is considered one of the best courses in the North East of England and provides a challenge to all standards of player.

The club was originally founded in 1890 and initially started out on a 2 mile strip of land along the seafront links, eventually moving to its current location in the early 1900’s. An exhibition match between Harry Vardon and Ted Ray was held on the 2nd July 1913 to celebrate the opening, whilst a European Tour event was held in 1977, featuring players such as Seve Ballesteros, Nick Faldo and Greg Norman. Today the course has undergone many changes since that period and more recently holes 6 to 10 have been completely redesigned to bring them in line with the quality layout that the remainder of the course enjoys. Video coverage of the course can be found on the clubs website.

The course layout features many aspects that you may expect of a course near the sea - rolling and undulating fairways, elevation changes, gorse and firm consistent greens throughout the year, whilst a dene runs through the course and is a feature on many of the holes. Views from various locations on the course are truly spectacular, whether taking in the course architecture, design and conditioning, looking out to sea beyond St Mary’s Lighthouse or enjoying the wildlife. The ecology of our golf course is very important and this has been recognised by finishing runners up two years running at the Golf Environment Awards in the category of Environmental Golf Course of the Year.


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“The course layout features many aspects that you may expect of a course near the sea - rolling and undulating fairways, elevation changes, gorse and firm consistent greens throughout the year.�

The club is also one of a few in the North East to have an Indoor Golf Studio, which has 3 practice bays with one offering Foresight GC2, which allows golfers to practice the various aspects of their games or play some of the best courses in the world, from Turnberry to The Belfry to Troon to name a few. This is a great facility for those both experienced and new to the game with lessons being able to be booked with our PGA Professional David Twizell. The clubhouse is an excellent place to enjoy a drink or meal for both the club member or visitor and is open from 11am every day. We are hosting a number of open competitions during the 2019 season and these are an excellent way to experience the enhanced course layout and conditioning.

Whitley Bay Golf Club is a great choice for visiting parties or corporate days due to the excellent course and facilities and whether you wish to play the course, visit the clubhouse or experience a new course in the Indoor Golf Studio, everyone is very welcome. Please contact our Club Secretary Dawn Ridley on 0191 2520180 to discuss your specific golf experience requirements. Contact details Claremont Road, Whitley Bay NE26 3UF Secretary: Dawn Ridley 0191 2520180 Professional: David Twizell 0191 2525688 whitleybaygolfclub@virginmedia.com www.whitleygolfclub.co.uk

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The British Golf Show is set to launch next year during the 17th - 18th May 2019 at Wycombe Air Park, (near Marlow) in Buckinghamshire. The event aims to increase and strengthen the profile of the sport to a new and wider audience, whilst also serving the current industry. It will have an emphasis on Golf Technology and Travel, showcasing the very best products and services from the leading golf suppliers, whilst also offering the opportunity for all visitors to hit the clubs on our driving range and simulators. Furthermore, once our Golfing visitors have tried and tested everything they wanted to see, they will then automatically gain free exclusive access to our co-located event ‘ The Elite Events - London’, offering a further 30 on-the-day event experiences and access to an additional 150 High-end Lifestyle brands (Cars, Boats,

Aircraft, Luxury Brands and Country) . The Elite Events - London focuses on delivering a 1st class world of experiences all at one place, whilst also offering a lifestyle showcase of related products, services across different lifestyle sectors. The event traditionally takes place at a private airport setting to allow for guests from our database to both fly directly into the event with their own personal aircraft, or alternatively drive in. The event accommodates 6 events at one location as a combined luxury lifestyle showcase:

- Jet-set Lifestyle - The Marine Showcase - Exclusively Luxury Brand Show - Exclusively Supercar Showcase, - E.J. Churchill Shooting & Country Show - The British Golf Show The British Golf Show will be free to attend in our launch year. RSVP Guest List entry will open in January 2019. Please Subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on twitter, Facebook and Instagram to receive regular updates on show news, exhibiting brands and event announcements. www.britishgolfshow.co.uk


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High Five! Slaley Hall Wins Again In Leading Travel Awards Slaley Hall has been voted ‘best golf hotel/resort in the north of England’ in the 2019 Today’s Golfer Travel Awards … for an unprecedented fifth successive year! The multi-award-winning venue in Hexham managed by RBH, the UK’s leading independent hotel management company - topped the readers’ poll in the UK’s best-selling golf magazine for the fifth year in a row, as it saw off the challenge of a number of other top northern venues. What’s more, its Hunting course also recorded a podium finish, being hailed as the one of the best golf courses in the north of England. And golfers may enjoy these award-winning facilities for themselves in 2019, with a two-night dinner, bed-and-breakfast break including golf on both the resort’s outstanding courses - from just £159 per person. Andrew Fox, Slaley Hall’s general manager, said: “We thought last year’s achievement of four in a row was outstanding. But what an honour it is for the golfers of the UK to hail Slaley Hall as the best resort in the north for five years on the bounce.

“These are our guests voting for us - the people who part with their hard-earned money to stay and play our courses. And, yet again, I must pay tribute to our staff here, who all work incredibly hard to maintain - and exceed - the high standards required to achieve this sort of status. Thank you also to everybody who voted for us. We look forward to seeing you all again at Slaley Hall this year.” Slaley Hall is set in 1,000 acres of Northumberland moorland and forest. It is a magnificent four-star hotel in an elegant Edwardian mansion, with two challenging championship courses - the Hunting and the Priestman - which have played host to no fewer than 18 European Tour and European Senior Tour - now the Staysure Tour - events. The 7,000-yard, par-72 Hunting, designed by Dave Thomas, has lush sweeping fairways, streams, lakes, towering trees and banks of rhododendrons - but, aesthetics aside, it will

catch out the unwary. Well-placed bunkers and tricky greens make this USGA standard course a real challenge. The quality of Slaley Hall’s elder layout is illustrated by the fact the course is often dubbed ‘The Augusta of the North’. The Priestman course was designed by Neil Coles and opened in 1999. Beautifully maintained, the course has matured magnificently. It sits on the west side of the estate, with panoramic views of the Tyne Valley and some daunting water features, and wind can be a factor on a course which hosts regularly European seniors’ events. As the largest golf resort operator in the UK, RBH manages eight championship and tournament golf courses across the UK, hosting events from the European Tour, European Seniors Tour, Ladies European Tour and the PGA. www.qhotels.co.uk/our-locations/slaley-hall


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Leeds Golf Club Mirror Group Golf Club of the Year Leeds Golf Club won the Mirror Group Golf Club of the Year 2018, presented at a black tie gala co-hosted by John Inverdale and Mark Lawrenson and held at Doncaster Race course in front of 400 guests.

The Club was also nominate in the following categories; Golf Caterer of the Year – top 7 Innovation Club of the Year – top 7 Website of the Year – top 10

Leeds Golf Club have also previously won; Golf Club of the Year 2015 Golf Caterer of the Year 2016 Bar Manager / Steward of the Year 2017 In the photograph representing the club are, from left to right: Geoff Short – Vice Captain Ian Webster – Rabbits Captain Dave Surtees – Captain Ady Newboult – Professional Mike McElroy – Greens Chairman Ian Pullan – Course Manager David Bayley – Steward Kevin Rourke – Finance Chairman Bob Williams - Chief Executive of the Golf Club Managers’ Association (GCMA). Presenting the Award. Mark Lawrenson – Compare on the night Caitlyn Flanagan – Deputy Steward


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Leeds Golf Centre is a breath of fresh air Play a game at Leeds Golf Centre and you’ll discover everything a classic club has to offer: beautiful yet challenging courses, an extensive pro shop, and a light, welcoming bar and brasserie. It’s everything you’d expect plus a whole lot more. Open the door to a world of innovation, filled with cutting-edge attractions from an indoor computerised golf simulator and a putt and balance lab, to floodlit, covered driving ranges. We also offer the latest craze, footgolf. As well as staying one step ahead, flexibility

is high on our list. At Leeds Golf Centre you can become a member or simply pay and play. Shoot a full 18-holes or go for 12 when time’s tight. You can also take advantage of hiring a trolley or a buggy whenever you like - ideal for occasional players. 2019 is set to be another exciting year for us with a calendar jam-packed full of fantastic events, including the Senior Masters Tournament in June. We’ll be hosting this prestigious tournament for the third consecutive year, and once again we’ll be welcoming over 120 golfers to the club, including current and ex-European

Tour players. It’s a brilliant event that we always look forward to here at Leeds Golf Centre! Come along as a spectator to see pro golfers and celebrities alike take to the course for 3 days of competitive golfing action – it’s free to watch! Or you can get involved yourself by entering as an amateur player. Give us a call on 0113 288 6000 if you’d like further information. Our fantastic facilities and events, combined with our love of modern golf and our dedication to our visitors, is why we received the title England Golf’s Club of the Year 2018. Come and visit us and you’ll see for yourself!


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North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire is England’s largest county with an area of more than 800,000 hectares to explore. The county is fascinating, and no matter what your interest or time to spare, offers a huge range of activities and attractions. The county of North Yorkshire stretches across Northern England from its spectacular coastline in the East, across Moors and fertile valleys to the Dales in the West, and attracts millions of tourists who flock to see its traditional market towns, beautiful countryside and historic sites. The county’s greatest asset is its wonderful scenery, whether it is the NorthYork Moors, to be enjoyed on foot, by car or steam railway or the beauty and tranquillity of the Yorkshire Dales. Both the Dales and the Moors have been brought into people’s living rooms across the world by the success of television series such as the stories of James Herriot and the

Heartbeat adventures.
Along the 45 miles of coastline there are the traditional resorts of Scarborough and Filey and Whitby. The ruins of monasteries scatter the county at places such as Rievaulx, Jervaulx and Fountains Abbey - a World Heritage site.

 The Harrogate District is a mixture of beautiful landscapes, flourishing towns, villages and heritage sites. Harrogate has a rich spa history, combined with parks, gardens and floral displays.
Close by is the medieval market town of Knaresborough, famous for its 14th Century ruined castle and Mother Shiptons Cave. There are also spectacular memories of bygone days in North Yorkshire with magnificent structures which have stood for centuries. Selby Abbey and Ripon Cathedral are two of the finest examples of English architecture to be found anywhere in the world.
North Yorkshire is indeed a land of diversity.


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North Yorkshire Directory

Aldwark Manor Telephone: 01347 838353 www.qhotels.co.uk

Ingelby Barwick Telephone: 01642 765 000 www.inglebygolf.co.uk

Scalm Park Telephone: 01757 210846 www.scalmpark.co.uk

Ampleforth College Telephone: 01439 788243 www.ampleforthgolf.co.uk

Kirkbymoorside Telephone: 01751 431525 www.kirkbymoorsidegolf.co.uk

Scarborough North Cliff Telephone: 01723 355397 www.ncgc.co.uk

Bedale Telephone: 01677 422443 www.bedalegolfclub.com

Knaresborough Telephone: 01423 862690 www.knaresboroughgolfclub.co.uk

Scarborough South Cliff Telephone: 01723 374737 www.scarboroughgolfclub.co.uk

Bentham Telephone: 015242 62455 www.benthamgolfclub.co.uk

Malton & Norton Telephone: 01653 697912 www.maltonandnortongolfclub.co.uk

Scarthingwell Telephone: 01937 557878 www.scarthingwellgolfcourse.co.uk

Catterick Telephone: 01748 833671 www.catterickgolfclub.co.uk

Masham Telephone: 01765 688 054 www.mashamgolfclub.co.uk

Selby Telephone: 01757 228622 www.selbygolfclub.co.uk

Cleveland Telephone: 01642 483462 www.clevelandgolfclub.co.uk

Middlesbrough Telephone: 01642 311515 www.middlesbroughgolfclub.co.uk

Settle Telephone: 01729 825288 www.settlegolfcourse.org

Crimple Valley Telephone: 01423 883485 Website n/a

Middlesbrough Golf Centre Telephone: 03004 560553 www.everyoneactive.com

Skipton Telephone: 01756 793922 www.skiptongolfclub.co.uk

Drax Telephone: 01757 617228 www.draxgolfclub.co.uk

Oakdale Telephone: 01423 567162 www.oakdalegolfclub.co.uk

Spofforth Telephone: 01423 872543 www.spofforthgolf.co.uk

Easingwold Telephone: 01347 822474 www.easingwoldgolfclub.co.uk

Pannal Telephone: 01423 872628 www.pannalgc.co.uk

Swallow Hall Telephone: 01904 448889 www.swallowhall.co.uk

Filey Telephone: 01723 513134 www.fileygolfclub.com

Pike Hills Telephone: 01904 700797 www.pikehillsgolfclub.co.uk

The Oaks Telephone: 01757 288577 www.theoaksgolfclub.co.uk

Forest of Galtres Telephone: 01904 766198 www.forestofgaltres.co.uk

Raven Hall Country House Hotel Telephone: 01723 870353 www.ravenhall.co.uk

Thirsk & Northallerton Telephone: 01845 525115 www.tngc.co.uk

Forest Park Telephone: 01904 400425 www.forestparkgolfclub.co.uk

Richmond Telephone: 01748 823231 www.richmondyorksgolfclub.co.uk

Whitby Telephone: 01947 602719 www.whitbygolfclub.co.uk

Fulford Telephone: 01904 413579 www.fulfordgolfclub.co.uk

Ripon City Telephone: 01765 603640 www.riponcitygolfclub.com

Wilton Telephone: 01642 465265 www.wiltongolfclub.co.uk

Ganton Telephone: 01944 710329 www.gantongolfclub.com

Romanby Telephone: 01609 778855 www.romanby.com

York Telephone: 01904 491840 www.yorkgolfclub.co.uk

Harrogate Telephone: 01423 862999 www.harrogate-gc.co.uk

Rudding Park Telephone: 01423 871350 www.ruddingpark.co.uk

York Golf Range Telephone: 01904 499275 www.yorkgolfrange.co.uk

Heworth Telephone: 01904 426156 www.heworthgolfclub.co.uk

Saltburn Telephone: 01287 622812 www.saltburngolf.co.uk

Hunley Hall Telephone: 01287 676216 www.hunleyhall.co.uk

Sandburn Hall Telephone: 01904 469922 www.sandburnhall.co.uk

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Aldwark Manor Golf & Spa Hotel Aldwark Manor Golf Course is a 6187 yard par-72 test of skill and accuracy. It’s an easy walking parkland layout split by the meandering River Ure which is crossed by a footbridge.


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Aldwark Manor Golf & Spa Hotel Aldwark, Alne, Nr York North Yorkshire, YO61 1UF Telephone: 01347 838146 aldwarkmanorgolf@qhotels.co.uk www.qhotels.co.uk

ALDWARK MANOR

How to Find Exit the A1(M) at junction 47 and follow the signs along the A59 for York and Green Hammerton. After 3 miles, turn left where you see the sign for Aldwark Manor and Boroughbridge (B6265). After 2½ miles you’ll reach the village of Little Ouseburn. Turn right (signposted Aldwark Manor). At the T-junction, turn left, cross the humpback bridge and turn right into Boat Lane. In 1 mile, you will come to a toll bridge and you will need to pay to cross (40p April 2011). After the bridge, take the next left and 800 yards further on you will see the entrance to Aldwark Manor. Facilities Bar, Buggy Hire, Club Hire, Clubhouse, Food, Practice Area, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Golf Lessons, Leisure & Spa, Onsite Accommodation

Course Information 18 holes, Par 72 • 6187 • 5999 • 5539 (73) H OLE

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• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

3 170

10

5

471

2

4 287

11

4

354

3

4 282

12

4

360

4

4 298

13

4

378

5

3 186

14

5

489

6

4 363

15

3

198

7

4 461

16

4

292

8

5 551

17

5

515

9

4 373

18

3

159

Aldwark Manor was commissioned in 1865 by Lord Walsingham as a wedding present for his eldest daughter. The original Manor forms the basis of what is now the Aldwark Manor Golf & Spa Hotel which sits in the picturesque Vale of York surrounded by the Aldwark Manor Golf Course. The course is suitable for all abilities and it’s essential you keep to the fairways to get around this tight course. There are many interesting features including mature trees, water hazards and of course the River Ure which serve to provide some unique and challenging holes.

The early holes, set in the hotel grounds, are relatively short but they are tight. Holes 5 to 13 are reached by crossing the River Ure and whilst there is a little more room on this side of the river the need for accuracy is maintained by clever use of natural features such as the river and a beck. Holes 14 to 18 are reached by crossing back over the river and provide a very varied and challenging finish to a round. In short, it’s a lovely place to play golf!

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Ganton Golf Club Ganton Golf Club, ranked in the top 30 of Europe’s Championship courses, has hosted many national and international tournaments and is a perfect place to play golf.

“Ganton is one of golf’s historical shrines, a club with a tiny clubhouse, a wonderful course and a reputation that stretches around the world.” John Hopkins, Golf Correspondent, The Times


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The Ganton Golf Club Station Road, Ganton Scarborough, YO12 4PB Telephone: 01944 710329 secretary@gantongolfclub.com www.gantongolfclub.com

How to Find

GANTON

Ganton is situated close to the A64, the main road between York and Scarborough. For SatNav users, the postcode is YO12 4PA. If you are travelling by car, the course is about 35 minutes drive on the A64 from York. If travelling by train, there is a regular service from York to nearby Malton, Seamer and Scarborough stations. York is on the East Coast mainline (London-Edinburgh) and offers regular direct services straight into Manchester International Airport.

Facilities Bar, 4 Lounges, Dining Room, Putting Green, Large Practise Ground, Short Game Practice area, Buggy and Trolley Hire, Caddiemaster, Caddies and Professional Shop. Course Information 18 holes, Par 72 • 6935 • 6724 (73) • 6445 • 6014 (76) H OLE

PAR

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H OLE

PAR

• YDS

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4 359

10

3

165

2

4 395

11

4

398

3

4 288

12

4

357

4

4 365

13

5

497

5

3 148

14

4

278

6

5 438

15

4

427

7

4 414

16

4

427

8

4 368

17

4

235

9

5 499

18

4

387

Nestling in the Vale of Pickering, east of York and a few miles from the coastal resort of Scarborough, a day at Ganton is a day to remember. Golf was first played at Ganton in the summer of 1891 on a course laid out by Tom Chisholm of St Andrews who had assistance from Robert Bird, the Club’s first professional and head greenkeeper. The site chosen then formed part of Sir Charles Legard’s Ganton Estate and was very rough ground, covered with whins and many varieties of grasses and wild flowers. Thousands of years previously this area had been submerged as part of an inlet from the North Sea, and the natural sandy subsoil was an ideal place to develop a golf course. Distance from Scarborough was eleven miles by road, but development was more influenced by the North Eastern Railway Line with Ganton Halt being ¼ mile from the Clubhouse. The proximity of a railway was often a factor in the development of golf courses in the 19th Century, particularly so in Ganton’s case as the membership extended to those living in the West Riding of Yorkshire.

Ganton was soon established as a course where history was to be made. In 1896 Harry Vardon came as professional and it was during his stay (to 1903) that he won the first three of his six Open Championships, and it was to Ganton that he brought back the U.S. Championship Trophy in 1900. Ganton has hosted a succession of major amateur and professional tournaments for men and women. In 1964 the Amateur Championship was played with Michael Lunt just failing to defend from the previous year, losing to Gordon Clark in the final at the 39th. In staging the Amateur Championship again in 1977 (Peter McEvoy, the 1999 and 2001 Walker Cup Captain, was the winner) and 1991 (the winner was Gary Wolstenholme) Ganton remains the only inland course to have held the competition. Indeed Gary Player once said of Ganton that it is the only inland course worthy of holding the Open Championship. Ganton is proud to have been so closely linked with the story of British golf. Deep and prolific bunkers, savage rough and impenetrable gorse have made for a searching examination of the game’s best players.

Summer 2019 Visitor times are now available - from £110 per person Twighlight rate - from £65 County Card - from £65


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Kirkbymoorside Golf Club Manor Vale Kirkbymoorside, YO62 6EG Telephone: 01751 431525 enqs@kirkbymoorsidegolf.co.uk www.kirkbymoorsidegolf.co.uk

How to Find

KIRKBYMOORSIDE

Approaching Kirkbymoorside from Thirsk on the A170, turn left at the roundabout into the town (if approaching from Pickering turn right). Follow the main street until you reach a mini roundabout at the top of the town. Turn left, and then take the first turning right (brown sign to golf course) about 150 yards down the road. Follow the road (Manor Vale) through the wood until you reach the Golf Club car park.

Kirkbymoorside Golf Club offers a challenging golf course set in a beautiful, quiet, rural surrounding on the edge of the North York Moors National Park.

to test your golf on a gem of a course in the peace and tranquillity of superb countryside then you can do no better than enjoy the hospitality offered at Kirkbymoorside Golf Club.

Whatever the time of year, you will be impressed with the spectacular scenery and the peace and quiet which will surround you during the whole of your round. The view over the moors from the 13th tee is unsurpassed in the whole of the North of England. Looking away from the moors, the course offers distant views of the Yorkshire Wolds and The Hambleton Hill – both areas of outstanding natural beauty. If you want

Signature Holes Like all courses, Kirkbymoorside has its signature holes. Whatever your handicap the ‘right to left’ drive from the 7th tee will provide a true test to those seeking par and the 10th is not named the ‘widow maker’ for nothing. It’s a tough drive on the par four 13th, but the view from the tee out to the moors past the village of Gillamoor, makes even the poorest tee shot (almost) forgettable.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Practice Ground, Putting Green, Trolley Hire, Buggies, Trolleys, Pro Shop, Lessons

Course Information 18 holes, Par 69. SS 70 • 6207 • 5954 (70) • 5422 (73) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

3 123

10

4

315

2

4 412

11

5

441

3

3 187

12

4

261

4

4 362

13

4

409

5

4 385

14

5

510

6

3 148

15

3

175

7

4 417

16

4

378

8

4 267

17

4

411

9

4 439

18

4

314

Full membership £630 Flexible fairway pass £355 rolling 12 month period T&Cs Apply

KIRKBYMOORSIDE GOLF CLUB

Telephone: 01751 431525 - enqs@kirkbymoorsidegolf.co.uk www.kirkbymoorsidegolf.co.u


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Malton & Norton Golf Club Welham Park Malton, YO17 9QE Telephone: 01653 697912 office@mngc.co.uk www.maltonandnortongolfclub.co.uk

MALTON & NORTON

How to Find From A1(M), exit A1 at junction 44 on to A64 York. Follow A64 for approx’ 20 miles, exit A64 at Malton sign on to York road to traffic lights in centre of Malton. Turn right in to Castlegate, over railway line, right on to Welham road, travel approx’ one mile turn right in to Golf Club.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, 12 Bay Driving Range, Short Game Area with Practice Bunkers, Putting Green, Trolley Hire, Buggies, Pro Shop, Custom Fitting, Lessons

Course Information 27 hole Parkland Course Three loops of 9 Welham: 18 holes, Par 72 Holes 1-9 & 10-18 • 6423 • 6102 • 5447

Malton and Norton boasts 27 holes of beautiful, mature, parkland golf, offering ultimate flexibility with three contrasting loops of 9 all starting and finishing at the Clubhouse. The course features a 12 bay covered driving range and teaching bay, excellent and extensive short game practice areas and rental equipment including buggies and pull trolleys.

Play and dine or play and stay packages available with local hotels. “This parkland course is a beautiful course and is one of Yorkshire’s hidden gems.” Peter Alliss For more information call 01653 697912 or visit our website www.maltonandnortongolfclub.co.uk

Individual golfers or golf societies are always welcome, and can take advantage of our recently refurbished clubhouse offering light bites or three course meals.

Park: 18 holes, Par 72 Holes 10-18 & 19-27 • 6164 • 5909 • 5410 Derwent: 18 holes, Par 72 Holes 19-27 & 1-9 • 6257 • 6039 • 5437

2019 Open Events 15th May - Ladies Open Day 26th May - Mixed Open Day 5th June - Seniors Open Day 9th June - Juniors Open Day 6th July - Gents Open Day 3rd September - Seniors Open Day 2 25th September - Ladies Open Day 2


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Pannal Golf Club Pannal is one of Yorkshire’s highest ranked golf courses: created in 1906 our championship course with its spectacular views has hosted many top events including in recent years Open Championship Regional Qualifiers and the English Amateur Championship.Â


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Pannal Golf Club Follifoot Road, Pannal Harrogate, HG3 1ES Telephone: 01423 872628 office@pannalgc.co.uk www.pannalgc.co.uk Facebook & YouTube: Pannal Golf Club Twitter & Instagram: @Pannalgolfclub

How to Find

Facilities Bar, Buggy/Trolley Hire, Clubs Hire, Clubhouse, Food, Practice Area, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Golf Lessons, Function Room

Course Information 18 holes, Par 72 • 6404 • 5848 (75) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 438

10

3

132

2

4 394

11

5

468

3

3 142

12

4

448

4

5 461

13

5

476

5

4 389

14

4

346

6

4 398

15

3

205

7

4 373

16

5

484

8

4 344

17

3

180

9

4 381

18

4

345

PANNAL

Pannal Golf Club is located 1-mile West of Harrogate City Centre on the A61. Please use HG3 1ES for your GPS device.

Close to the spa town of Harrogate, our heathland and moorland classic design, combined with a luxurious clubhouse, top quality food and a friendly welcome offers you the very best of Yorkshire golf. Created by Sandy Herd in 1906, improved by the legendary Dr Alister MacKenzie in 1911, and adjusted by Charles MacKenzie in 1935, it is a firm favourite of players who enjoy a moorland challenge set among some of the country’s most uplifting scenery. Laid out on gorse-covered, tree-lined land, we can promise you that Pannal will provide a most enjoyable and challenging test for any keen golfer.

Pannal has staged many prestigious events down the years including the Open Championship Regional Qualifier, Yorkshire County Championship and the 1975 British Youths won by a certain Nick Faldo. We offer excellent facilities including a comfortable lounge overlooking the course: in warmer weather you can relax outside on the Centenary Terrace enjoying a drink or a meal, and watching golfers tee off from the first or putt out at the 18th. Our two bars offer a wide range of beers, lagers and wines. Top quality catering is on hand, with a wide choice of bar snacks and meals which can be served in our attractive dining room or the lounge area.


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Ripon City Golf Club
 Palace Road, Ripon North Yorkshire, HG4 3HH Telephone: 01765 603640 admin@riponcitygolfclub.com www.riponcitygolfclub.com

How to Find

RIPON CITY

The club is located 1 mile north of the city on the A6108, less than 10 minutes from the A1. Sat Nav HG4 3HH

When you visit Ripon you can guarantee three things: the friendliest of welcomes, wonderfully challenging holes with exciting greens, and an excellently prepared golf course all year round. Established in 1908 on the northern edge of the ancient Cathedral city, beautiful and peaceful surroundings provide a fabulous golfing experience. The panoramic views of the nearby Yorkshire hills, Ripon Cathedral, and the surrounding countryside serve up the perfect backdrop to a spectacular golf course which is a delightful test for players of all abilities. The parkland course is undulating in part, with a wide variety of holes and some outstanding par 3’s.

RIPON CITY GOLF CLUB

2 0 1 9 O P E N CO MPET I T I O NS

Visitors always receive a warm welcome as Ripon continues to receive accolades, particularly for the greens, which are always excellently presented. The course drains superbly, rarely closes, sees very few restrictions, and does not use fairway mats in winter.  Ripon is a popular destination for visiting parties, who take advantage of great value packages, though days can carefully be tailored to your own special requirements. New members are always welcome, with options to suit everyone from beginner to experienced golfer, and for both regular and occasional players. Fees are extremely competitive, and there is currently no joining fee.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Private function facilities, Covered Floodlit Range, Putting Green, Pitching & Chipping Areas, Buggy & Trolley Hire, Pro Shop, Tuition, Swing Studio Course Information 18 holes, Par 70 • 6084 • 5780 (71) • 5557 (73) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

3 149

10

4

393

2

4 378

11

4

462

3

5 504

12

4

363

4

4 358

13

5

545

5

3 167

14

3

162

6

4 287

15

4

357

7

3 192

16

4

370

8

4 302

17

4

360

9

4 291

18

4

444

26th April

Ladies AM AM

£50 per team

28th April

Gents AM AM

£60 per team

16th May

Seniors 4BBB

£30 per pair

18th May

Mens 4BBB

£30 per pair

19th May

Mixed AM AM

£50 per team

7th July

Gents AM AM

£70 per team

25th July

Seniors 4BBB

£35 per pair

26th July

Ladies AM AM

£50 per team

27th July

Mens 4BBB

£35 per pair

28th July

Mixed AM AM

£60 per team

6th Oct

Gents AM AM

£50 per team


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Thirsk and Northallerton Golf Club Thornton le Street, Thirsk North Yorkshire, YO7 4AB

THIRSK & NORTHALLERTON

Telephone: 01845 525115 secretary@tngc.co.uk www.tngc.co.uk

How to Find Situated just off the A168, Thirsk to Northallerton Road, approximately 2 miles from Thirsk town centre. Easy access to the A19 north and south.

Facilities Thirsk & Northallerton Golf Club is a Family Friendly golf club and we pride ourselves on the warm welcome given to all our visitors, members and guests alike. Our beautiful well maintained course, with spectacular views, is a hidden gem and boasts a challenge to any level of golfer.

Buggy/Trolley Hire, Practice Area, Pro Shop, Golf Lessons, Putting Green, Clubhouse, Bar, Food, Function Room, Free WiFi

Nestled in the beautiful countryside of North Yorkshire and with a splendid backdrop of the rolling hills on one side and lush vales on the other, Thirsk & Northallerton Golf Club is one of those parkland courses that is simply a pleasure to play. It is set in a richly agricultural area and

Course Information 18 holes, Par 72 • 6564 • 6314 • 5600 H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 404

10

3

150

2

5 515

11

5

493

3

3 163

12

4

321

4

4 384

13

5

551

5

5 531

14

4

382

6

4 457

15

4

407

7

4 348

16

4

330

8

3 208

17

4

395

9

4 343

18

3

182

2019 Opens

offers superb views of the Hambleton Hills to the east and Wensleydale to the west. Established in 1914 and extended from 9 holes to its present 18 holes in 1997, Thirsk & Northallerton offers a warm welcome to members, visitors, societies and corporate parties, and offers an exciting challenge to golfers of all ages and handicaps. Situated close to both the A19 and A1, Thirsk & Northallerton Golf Club is easily accessible from all directions.

Senior Men’s Am Am June 6 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Teams of 4 Men

Men’s Texas Scramble August 18 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Teams of 4 Men

Senior Men’s 4BBB Stableford June 27 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm 4BBB

Ladies’ Am Am Stableford September 4 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Teams of 4 Ladies

Ladies’ Texas Scramble May 8 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Teams of 4 Ladies

Mixed Team Stableford July 14 @ 8:30 am Mixed - 2 Men and 2 Ladies

Champagne Trophy Texas Scramble September 8 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Mixed Open

Men’s Am Am Stableford May 27 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Teams of 4 Men

Men’s Am Am Stableford July 27 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Teams of 4 Men

Senior Men’s 4BBB Stableford September 19 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm 4BBB


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Stunning Sandburn The Modern Approach Sandburn Hall Golf Club, set in the beautiful Vale of York countryside, boasts an idyllic location surrounded by a scenic woodland landscape. The club was established in 2005, and has been lovingly crafted by top architect Martin Ebert, and the talented greenkeeping team.

Sandburn’s 18 hole, par 72, 6700 yard championship course has been designed to challenge golfers of all abilities as it weaves its way through beautiful Yorkshire streams, lakes and forests. Recent course improvements include course drainage and strategic bunker additions which makes this course an enjoyable test of golf for all. An added bonus is both the 9th and 18th greens are close to the clubhouse so a quick 9 holes is always an option or a stop off for refreshments at the halfway point. Sandburn has seen an influx of new members of late due mainly to the fantastic condition of the course all year round together with the new modern style in the Clubhouse. Sandburn prides itself on the presentation of the course and also a first class customer service experience. Check the Sandburn Hall club website for the current special membership offers www.sandburnhall.co.uk. The modern, recently refurbished clubhouse offers a relaxing and welcoming environment to enjoy a drink or bite to eat for members and

visitors alike. Live sporting events are shown on the TV’s in the Sports Bar. The menu is offered daily from 8:30am, with a wide variety of choice and great value for money. You must also try the Tykes restaurant which is open to the public and offers the ultimate dining experience for those who are looking to enjoy good local food made with the freshest ingredients. As well as a mouth-watering à la carte menu, diners are offered the option of choosing their own fish or steak which they can watch being prepared in the theatre kitchen. For anyone wanting to improve their game, Steve Robinson, the award winning English Golf Union Futures Coach and one of Golf Monthly’s top 25 coaches in the UK, is available for lessons on the fabulous Driving Range. His academy is set up to offer tuition to all abilities, from newcomers to top amateur golfers. Steve also offers group tuition with a special emphasis on the encouragement of ladies golf in the area. Amongst the other fine facilities the club has


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Sandburn Hall Scotchman Lane Flaxton, York, YO60 7RB Telephone: 01904 469929 golfadmin@sandburnhall.co.uk www.sandburnhall.co.uk

How to Find

SANDBURN HALL

Situated just off the A64 between York & Malton. Travelling from York, take the left turn to Flaxton, Sandburn Hall is first turn on the left.

Facilities 18 Bay Covered Driving Range 18 Hole Championship Golf Course Meeting and Conference Facilities Private Function Rooms Sports Hall Fully Stocked Golf Shop Sports Bar Tykes Restaurant

Course Information 18 holes, Par 72 • 6723 • 6443 • 5821 H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

5 521

10

4

360

2

4 362

11

4

382

3

4 411

12

5

491

4

4 378

13

3

178

5

4 336

14

4

424

6

3 161

15

4

381

7

4 423

16

4

326

8

3 188

17

5

479

9

5 479

18

3

163

to offer, Sandburn Hall boasts a large outdoor practice tee, which enables golfers to hit from grass as well as from range bays fitted with the latest Power Tee technology. With excellent transportation links, Sandburn Hall is the ideal venue for a society or corporate day, offering tailor-made packages to suit everyone all year round. With packages starting from just £20, visiting has never been more highly recommended. You can be sure of a very warm welcome from the Golf Team led by experienced Club Manager and former PGA Professional, Darren Tear. Sandburn’s golf team are experienced in the provision of superb bespoke golf society packages.

The club also has a number of attractive membership packages available whatever your lifestyle. As well as competitive rates for the rest of the 2019/20 season, membership comes with additional benefits such as 10% off all food and beverage, discounted guest green fee rates, special golf buggy rates, and an extensive competition calendar. Without doubt Sandburn is leading the way within Yorkshire. The modern approach to golf club membership has really enhanced this classy venue. Members and visiting societies are also benefitting from this with repeat business and new enquiries coming in thick and fast.

Visit our website for the latest news and offers www.sandburnhall.co.uk


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West Yorkshire Introduction

West Yorkshire West Yorkshire has a great deal to offer visitors to the county with its heritage attractions, grand stately homes, green open spaces, canals, towns and cities. Composed of the districts of Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds and Wakefield, a network of paths and cycle-ways both in towns and the countryside allow for easy access to the many sites of interest. Leeds – once the hub of the North based on its manufacturing and textile industries, is now a leading vibrant legal, finance and retail centre by day and lively cosmopolitan city by night. Award winning restaurants, wine bars, music venues, theatres and art galleries offer a vast array of entertainment to satisfy any appetite. Vanguard architectural sites such as Bridgewater Place, 1 City Square and the Waterfront properties sit comfortably with the historic structures of the Corn Exchange and Leeds Kirkgate Market. An exciting retail experience is on offer with the likes of Harvey Nichols nestling next to the renowned Victoria

Quarter, boasting an abundance of boutiques as well as well-known high street names. Leeds is also the sporting home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club, the most decorated Club in County Cricket History, and of course the celebrated Leeds United Football Club. Proud of its long and important history, Bradford is home to a number of important historical buildings and sites; including one of only two World Heritage Sites in Yorkshire, and the most visited museum outside of London. The city has a lively multicultural vibe with a variety of diversions including the esteemed Bradford Alhambra Theatre. From a golfing perspective, West Yorkshire is home to some of the best inland courses in Britain. Included in this list are Alwoodley, Moortown and Moor Allerton who all sit proudly in the list of the top 100 courses in England.


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West Yorkshire Directory

Alwoodley Telephone: 0113 268 1680 www.alwoodley.co.uk

Cleckheaton & District Telephone: 01274 851266 www.cleckheatongolfclub.co.uk

Hanging Heaton Telephone: 01924 461606 www.hhgc.org

Baildon Telephone: 01274 584266 www.baildongolfclub.com

Cookridge Hall Telephone: 0113 230 0641 www.cookridgehall.co.uk

Headingley Telephone: 0113 267 9573 www.headingleygolfclub.co.uk

Ben Rhydding Telephone: 01943 608759 www.benrhyddinggolfclub.com

Crosland Heath Telephone: 01484 653216 www.croslandheath.co.uk

Headley Telephone: 01274 833481 www.headleygolfclub.co.uk

Bingley St Ives Telephone: 01274 562436 www.bingleystivesgc.co.uk

Crow Nest Park Telephone: 01484 401121 www.crownestgolf.co.uk

Hebden Bridge Telephone: 01422 842896 www.hebdenbridgegolfclub.co.uk

Bracken Ghyll Telephone: 01943 831207 www.brackenghyll.co.uk

Dewsbury District Telephone: 01942 492399 www.dewsburygolf.co.uk

Hollins Hall (Marriott) Telephone: 01274 534212 www.marriotthollinshall.co.uk

Bradford Telephone: 01943 87570 www.bradfordgolfclub.co.uk

East Bierley Telephone: 01274 683003 www.eastbierleygolfclub.co.uk

Horsforth Telephone: 0113 258 6819 lesley@horsforthgolfclub.co.uk

Bradford Moor Telephone: 01274 771716 Website n/a

Elland Telephone: 01422 372505 www.ellandgolfclub.plus.com

Howley Hall Telephone: 01924 350100 www.howleyhall.co.uk

Bradley Park Telephone: 01484 223772 www.bradleyparkgolf.co.uk

Fardew Telephone: 01274 561229 www.fardewgolfclub.co.uk

Huddersfield Telephone: 01484 420110 www.huddersfield-golf.co.uk

Branshaw Telephone: 01535 643235 www.branshawgolfclub.co.uk

Fulneck Telephone: 0113 256 5191 www.fulneckgolfclub.co.uk

Ilkley Telephone: 01943 600214 www.ilkleygolfclub.co.uk

Calverley Telephone: 0113 256 9244 www.calverleygolf.co.uk

Garforth Telephone: 0113 2862063 www.garforthgolfclub.co.uk

Keighley Telephone: 01535 604778 www.keighleygolfclub.com

Castlefields Golf Club Telephone: 01484 402429 www.castlefieldsgolfclub.co.uk

Garforth Driving Range Telephone: 0113 287 1111 www.golfcrazy.co.uk

Leeds Telephone: 0113 265 9203 www.leedsgolfclub.co.uk

City Telephone: 0113 2633030 www.citygolfleeds.co.uk

Gotts Park Telephone: 0113 2311896 Website n/a

Leeds Golf Centre Telephone: 0113 288 6000 www.leedsgolfcentre.com

City of Wakefield Telephone: 01924 367442 Website n/a

Halifax Telephone: 01422 244171 www.halifaxgolfclub.co.uk

Lightcliffe Telephone: 01422 204081 www.lightcliffe.net

Clayton Telephone: 01274 880047 www.claytongolfclub.co.uk

Halifax Bradley Hall Telephone: 01422 370231 www.bradleyhallgolf.co.uk

Lofthouse Hill Telephone: 01924 823703 info@lofthousehillgolf.co.uk

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West Yorkshire Directory

Longley Park Telephone: 01484 426932 Website n/a

Phoenix Park Telephone: 01274 667573 Website n/a

Todmorden Telephone: 01706 812986 www.todmordengolfclub.co.uk

Low Laithes Telephone: 01924 274667 www.lowlaithesgolfclub.co.uk

Pontefract & District Telephone: 01977 706806 www.pdgc.co.uk

Wakefield Telephone: 01924 258778 www.wakefieldgolfclub.co.uk

The Manor Telephone: 0113 285 2644 www.themanorgolfclub.co.uk

Pontefract Park Telephone: 01977 723490 Website n/a

Waterton Park Telephone: 01924 259525 www.watertonparkgolfclub.co.uk

Marsden Telephone: 01484 844253 www.marsdengolf.co.uk

Queensbury Telephone: 01274 882155 www.queensburygc.co.uk

West Bradford Telephone: 01274 542767 www.westbradfordgolfclub.co.uk

Meltham Telephone: 01484 850227 www.meltham-golf.co.uk

Rawdon Telephone: 0113 250 6040 www.rgltc.co.uk

West End (Halifax) Telephone: 01422 341878 www.westendgc.co.uk

Mid Yorkshire Telephone: 01977 704522 www.midyorkshiregolfclub.com

​Roundhay Park Telephone: 0113 266 2695 https://active.leeds.gov.uk

Wetherby Telephone: 01937 580089 www.wetherbygolfclub.co.uk

Midgley Lodge Telephone: 01924 830 069 www.midgleylodgemotel.co.uk

Ryburn Telephone: 01422 831355 www.ryburngolfclub.co.uk

Whitwood Telephone: 01977 604215 Website n/a

Moor Allerton Telephone: 0113 266 5209 www.magc.co.uk

Sand Moor Telephone: 0113 268 5180 www.sandmoorgolf.co.uk

Willow Valley Telephone: 01274 878624 www.wvgc.co.uk

Moortown Telephone: 0113 268 6521 secretary@moortown-gc.co.uk

Scarcroft Telephone: 0113 2892263 www.scarcroftgolfclub.com

Woodhall Hills Telephone: 0113 256 2857 www.woodhallhillsgc.co.uk

Normanton Telephone: 01924 200900 www.normantongolf.co.uk

The Shipley Golf Club Telephone: 01274 568652 www.shipleygc.co.uk

Woodsome Hall Telephone: 01484 602739 www.woodsome.co.uk

Northcliffe Telephone: 01274 587193 www.northcliffegc.org.uk

Silsden Telephone: 01535 652998 www.silsdengolfclub.co.uk

Woolley Park Telephone: 01226 380144 www.woolleyparkgolfclub.co.uk

Otley Telephone: 01943 465 329 www.otley-golfclub.co.uk

South Bradford Telephone: 01274 679195 www.southbradfordgolfclub.co.uk

Oulton Park (De Vere) Telephone: 0113 282 3152 www.devere.co.uk

South Leeds Telephone: 0113 277 1676 www.southleedsgolfclub.co.uk

Outlane Telephone: 01422 374762 www.outlanegolfclub.ltd.uk

Temple Newsam Telephone: 0113 2647362 www.tngolfclub.co.uk


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Bradford Golf Club
 Club House, Hawksworth Lane, Guiseley, LS20 8NP Telephone: 01943 875570 Email enquiries via website www.bradfordgolfclub.co.uk

How to Find

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Card Room, Putting Green, Trolley Hire, Buggies, Pro Shop, Lessons, Video Analysis

Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6303 • 6066 • 5478 (72) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 325

10

4

396

2

4 417

11

4

307

3

3 155

12

3

142

4

4 280

13

4

367

5

4 461

14

3

167

6

4 360

15

4

416

7

4 444

16

4

420

8

4 346

17

5

487

9

5 491

18

4

322

BRADFORD

From Leeds: Take the A65 (Leeds/ Ilkley) to Guiseley (Harry Ramsden’s) then, at the roundabout, take the Bradford road for approx 1 mile. Turn right into Hawksworth Lane for 1 mile From Bradford: Take the A6038 through Shipley for 3 miles then turn left into Hawksworth Lane for 1 mile. From Skipton, Ilkley and the M6 (North): Take the A65 (Skipton/Leeds) to Guiseley (Harry Ramsden’s) then, at the roundabout, take the Bradford road for approx 1 mile. Turn right into Hawksworth Lane for 1 mile.

Celebrating its 125 anniversary The Bradford Golf Club has been a Herbert Fowler masterpiece since 1923, but traces its historical roots much farther back in time to 1891. The last two years have seen the club embark on a thoughtful re-discovery of its Fowler heritage, with the aim of realigning holes to offer an enjoyable round of golf for the mid to high handicap golfer and a more challenging golf course for the low handicap golfer, with the 17th described as iconic. Set in 6,3000 yards, with stunning views over Baildon and Rombald Moors.

The course runs in two loops with the 10th and 18th holes finishing outside the clubhouse. The once tree-lined fairways are now more open and natural, fast greens with subtle borrows are a true test for any golfer. The course continues to be used for prestigious Yorkshire Championships and is the home of The Hawksworth Trophy, a 36-hole strokeplay competition for the leading amateur golfers in Northern England. The Clubhouse now fully renovated, it is a great place for food, drinks and society golf days.


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Dewsbury District Golf Club The Pinnacle, Sands Lane Mirfield, WF14 8HJ

DEWSBURY DISTRICT

Professional: 01924 496030 Clubhouse: 01924 492399 info@dewsburygolf.co.uk www.dewsburygolf.co.uk How to Find From the M62: 4 miles from Junction 25. Exit onto Slip Road (M62 J25). At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Wakefield Road (A644) for 1.2 miles. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Leeds Road (A644) for 0.2 miles. Bear right onto Huddersfield Road (A644) for 2.4 miles. Turn right onto Steanard Lane (opposite the Ship Inn) for 0.2 miles. Turn left onto Sands Lane after the Ship Inn after 0.2 miles turn right into Dewsbury District Golf Club.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Putting Green, Practice Field, Trolley Hire, Buggies, Club Hire, Pro Shop, Lessons, Changing Facilities and Showers

Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6360 • 6064 • 5717 H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 351

10

5

500

2

4 348

11

5

509

3

4 440

12

4

373

4

4 367

13

4

398

5

5 531

14

4

423

6

3 166

15

4

307

7

4 403

16

3

195

8

4 386

17

4

402

9

3 132

18

3

129

Formed on 22nd October 1891. The course is built on land known locally as the “Pinnacle” Originally designed by Old Tom Morris himself, custodian of the Old course, St Andrews and Open Champion in 1861, 62, 64 and 1867.

The 18 hole course measuring 6,360 yards and with a par and SSS of 71, offers a true and fair test of your golfing ability, testing your length, accuracy, touch as well as your stamina over the part parkland and part moor land course.

It was later made into an 18 hole layout by Ted Ray from Ganton in 1906 and further alterations were made by Dr Alister Mackenzie in 1913 and again by Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas in 1972. Some great course designers have left their mark on our course. It is set on the hillside above Mirfield in West Yorkshire. It offers magnificent panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

After playing why not visit our Clubhouse, which was re built in 2001. Here you can experience some of our warm northern hospitality. We can provide food and beverage to satisfy your needs after your round or just call in to sample our hospitality. It’s delightful setting, overlooking the course; with pleasant views from its elevated position help complete what we hope will be a memorable day.

Dewsbury District Golf Club Visit our website for the latest offers: www.dewsburygolf.co.uk


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Headingley Golf Club Back Church Lane, Adel Leeds, LS16 8DW Telephone: 0113 267 9573 Email enquiries via website www.headingleygolfclub.co.uk Twitter: @headingleygolf

How to Find

HEADINGLEY

Just off the A660 between Adel and Alwoodley on the northern edge of Leeds.

Facilities Founded in 1892, Headingley is the oldest golf club in Leeds and is set on the edge of the beautiful suburb of Adel, 15 minutes from the city centre. The course was laid out and shaped in the early 20th century by a number of world-renowned architects including Dr Alister MacKenzie and Harry S. Colt. In a rural setting, the course enjoys many wonderful views and an array of memorable holes that make full use of the varied and dramatic terrain. The par-4 third hole is challenging with trees aligning the fairway and strategically placed bunkers to catch out a wayward drive on the right. While the signature par-3 17th is great

on the eye and offers an opportunity for a hole-in-one as the green feeds the ball towards the hole. Beware though, it can also be a card wrecker as it is guarded by an army of bunkers and heavy rough. Although it is presented in a traditional style, since 2013 the heathland course has been undergoing a comprehensive and ambitious Course Improvement Plan to ensure that it continues to be a venue of choice for discerning golfers. After your round relax in the clubhouse which boasts three bar areas but perhaps more importantly, a warm and friendly atmosphere. The 5 star reviews on TripAdvisor say it all.

Bar, Buggy Hire, Club Hire, Clubhouse, Practice Ground, Short Game Practice Area, Warm up net, Food, Golf Lessons, Pro Shop & putting Green. Societies welcome with special prices available for groups of 8 or more. Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6575 • 6280 • 5515 • 5646 (74) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 391

10

3

173

2

4 407

11

4

386

3

4 412

12

4

456

4

4 349

13

3

148

5

4 404

14

5

505

6

3 177

15

4

439

7

5 552

16

4

360

8

5 499

17

3

174

9

4 406

18

4

337

The club has several special offers with or without catering. Please contact Tel: 0113 267 9573 or email: manager@headingleygolfclub.co.uk for the offers available at the time of your visit.


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Hollins Hall A Marriott Hotel & Country Club Hollins Hill, Baildon Shipley, Bradford, BD17 7QW Telephone: 01274 534212 mhrs.ibags.golfsales@marriotthotels.com www.marriottgolf.com How to Find

Facilities Hotel, Spa, Bar, Restaurant, Driving Range, Putting Green, Trolley Hire, Buggies, Pro Shop, Lessons

Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6671 • 6354 • 6051 • 5433 H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 299

10

5

483

2

4 372

11

4

433

3

5 531

12

4

344

4

3 181

13

3

180

5

4 415

14

4

355

6

4 407

15

3

137

7

5 507

16

4

380

8

3 166

17

4

328

9

4 467

18

4

369

HOLLINS HALL

From M62: Take J62 off M62 and join M606 to the end. Follow A6177 Ring Road East. At 3rd roundabout take the 1st exit onto A650 towards Bradford. Follow this road through to Shipley, turn right at the traffic lights onto the A6038. Continue on the A6038 for 3 miles travelling towards Baildon, at the traffic lights with the Junction Public House, do not turn left into Baildon, continue straight on and the hotel is located on the left hand side of Hollins Hall.

Hollins Hall, a Marriott Hotel and Country Club is located on 200 acres of rolling hills in the middle of the Yorkshire Dales, with stunning views over the Aire Valley. The 18-hole course is classically designed with a majestic feel and challenging play for every golfer. The par 71 championship course at Hollins Hall Country Club is designed to make the most of the natural features found in the Yorkshire Dales. It offers a variety of water hazards and ancient trees that line the long, undulating fairways. Each hole offers multiple tee areas to challenge any level of golfer, and all the tees and greens are built to USGA standards.

Visit www.marriottgolf.com for the latest offers

Hollins Hall Country Club has been the host venue for the PGA Europro Championship Tour. Tune up your swing before or after a round with the practice facilities at Hollins Hall Country Club, including a large putting green, short game area, and driving range with covered bays. Signature Hole: 14th, Par 4, ‘Viaduct’, 355 yards (white tee). The railway viaduct provides a stunning backdrop on the 14th hole, a testing drive down into the valley. Golfers must negotiate a stream, bunkers and a water hazard if they are to reach this green in regulation.


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Huddersfield Golf Club Huddersfield Golf Club is one of the oldest and finest championship golf courses in the North of England. Here at Huddersfield, we believe in giving a warm Yorkshire welcome, creating memorable moments, and making sure you receive a fond farewell.


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Huddersfield Golf Club Ltd. Fixby Hall, Lightridge Road, Fixby, Huddersfield, HD2 2EP Telephone: 01484 426203 GM@huddersfield-golf.co.uk www.huddersfield-golf.co.uk

How to Find

Facilities Bar, Restaurant , Function Rooms, Ping Fitting Service, Pro Shop, Buggies, Trolleys, Putting Green, Lessons

Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6514 • 6214 • 5603 (73) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 468

10

4

310

2

4 356

11

3

180

3

5 531

12

4

419

4

3 188

13

3

210

5

5 512

14

4

494

6

4 362

15

4

375

7

4 375

16

4

448

8

3 151

17

3

194

9

4 456

18

5

485

HUDDERSFIELD

From M62: Leave the M62 at Junction 24 (A629 to Huddersfield & Halifax). Follow dual carriageway to Ainley Top Roundabout. Leave roundabout at third exit (A643 to Brighouse). Go under M62 to a set of traffic lights, turn right into Clough Lane. Pass the Roundhill pub, under the M62 again, and past The Four Sons (both pubs on left). Turn 1st right into Lightridge Road, in approximately 300yards immediately after Gernhill Avenue turn right into Huddersfield Golf Club. Approximately 5 minutes from Motorway.

We have invested heavily in the quality and presentation of our 6,500 yard championship course. Greens prepared to USGA standard and quick drying, often fast running fairways offer a great days play. Our recently completed £300,000 bunker renovation project has delivered in improving consistency and strategy while restoring the traditional character to many of the holes. The good taste of the 18th century and the wealth of the industrial 19th century combine to reflect the splendour of Fixby Hall making it one of the best appointed clubhouses in the country and is home to the Yorkshire Union of Golf Clubs.

The Club has been selected to host many prestigious events, most recently the Ladies Home Internationals, the Yorkshire Amateur Championship and in 2018 Northern County Match Week. In addition to the many golf societies who regularly visit the course, we play host to corporate and charity golf days and to corporate meetings, private parties and weddings. Whether you are planning a four ball, a golfing party, business meeting, conference, function or a wedding, you are assured of a memorable time at Huddersfield Golf Club. We look forward to your visit soon.

Summer Prices from £55.00 per person Winter Prices from £30.00 per person


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Leeds Golf Club Our 18-hole parkland course is situated on the north side of Leeds and is one of the best golf clubs in Yorkshire. Founded in 1896 it is the original home of the Leeds Cup, the oldest trophy in professional golf.


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Leeds Golf Club
 Elmete Lane,
Leeds West Yorkshire,
LS8 2LJ Telephone: 0113 265 9203
 Email enquiries via website www.leedsgolfclub.co.uk

From M6/ M62: At junction 21a on M6, exit onto M62 toward Leeds/Bolton/M’cr (N). At junction 12, exit onto M60 toward M61/M66/Leeds/M62. Continue onto M62 (signs for Leeds/Huddersfield/ Rochdale). At junction 27, take the M621/A62 exit to Leeds/Batley/Morley/ A650. Merge onto M621. At junction 2, take the A643 exit to Wetherby/ A58/Harrogate/A61/York/A64. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A643 heading to Wetherby/A58/Harrogate/ A61/York/A64/Leeds. At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto Wellington Rd/ A58. Exit onto Claypit Ln/A58 toward Wetherby/Harrogate/A61/Meanwood. Continue to follow A58. Turn left onto Asket Hill. Continue onto Elmete Lane. Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Snooker Room, Putting Green, Trolley Hire, Lessons, Pro Shop,

18 holes, Par 69 • 6115 • 5844 • 5543 (72) PAR

Set in approximately 80 acres, our stunning course challenges golfers of all ages and abilities. Only four miles from the city centre and close to the Leeds Ring Road, the course has a distinctly tranquil feel with many of the holes commanding spectacular views of Roundhay. Leeds Golf Club offers something for everyone - men, women, seniors and juniors, from experienced players to those who have never picked up a golf club before. We also welcome corporate members and golf societies who wish to visit our wonderful course.

Course Information

H OLE

LEEDS GOLF CLUB

How to Find

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 341

10

4

455

2

4 391

11

5

520

3

4 398

12

4

386

4

4 410

13

3

161

5

4 384

14

5

500

6

3 126

15

3

172

7

4 385

16

4

396

8

4 406

17

4

326

9

3 186

18

3

172

We have a relatively low number of full members compared to other courses which enables you to play at your time of choice on most days. Signature Hole: Hole 7, Par 4, 385 yards (White Tee) One of the most dramatic holes on the course. Aim your tee shot between the fairway bunkers. From there, an accurate second shot should reach the two tier green.


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Leeds Golf Centre Leeds Golf Centre, England Golf’s Club of the Year 2018, has a relaxed and inclusive atmosphere, so it doesn’t matter whether you’re a seasoned pro or a complete newbie, you’ll always be greeted with a warm welcome.

We are proud to be the UK home of the David Leadbetter Golf Academy, and to have a number of highly qualified instructors on our team to help you improve your game. One thing we’re passionate about here at Leeds Golf Centre is making the game of golf accessible for anyone and everyone. We don’t believe in the stereotype that golf is just a man’s game, which is why we offer a great range of programmes for juniors and women. We are keen to encourage and help them to progress in the wonderful game of golf, and we really do have something here for everyone. Here at Leeds Golf Centre, we have two courses to choose from: Wike Ridge and The Oaks. Wike Ridge is the largest and is our championship course. It consists of 18 holes set within stunning woodland scenery and includes many bunkers and breath-taking water hazards. Featuring our impressively long 629-yard second hole, Wike Ridge course is an exhilarating challenge and offers a fantastic golfing experience.


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Leeds Golf Centre (Wike Ridge Golf Club) Wike Ridge Lane, Shadwell Leeds, LS17 9JW

LEEDS GOLF CENTRE

Telephone: 01132 886000 info@leedsgolfcentre.com

How to Find From A1M North or A1M South (M62 & M1): Exit A1M at J45, take the A659 signposted Collingham and follow signs for Harewood House taking care to stay on the A659. Turn left at the T-junction directly opposite entrance to Harewood House, travel for a further 2km and take the first left (Wike Lane). Drive through village of Wike and turn right onto School Lane – Leeds Golf Centre is at end of private roadway.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, 18 Hole Course, 12 Hole Par 3 Course, Floodlit Driving Range, Teaching Academy, Putting Green, Club Hire, Trolley Hire, Buggy Hire, Lessons, Pro Shop.

Course Information Wike Ridge 18 Holes, Par 72 • 6535 • 6415 • 5936 (70) • 5472 (72) The Oaks 12 Holes, Par 36 • 1610 • 1450 • 1165

The Oaks is our distinctive par-3 course, and features 12 holes of varying length. The gently undulating greens provide a challenge for players of all abilities, and with fewer hazards than Wike Ridge, it’s a great option for juniors and beginners. It’s also a good choice for more experienced golfers looking to sharpen their iron play. We offer Footgolf, a concept that combines golf and football, which is easy to play and a great experience for families or corporates looking for an exciting team building exercise. We also play host to a driving range, Pro Shop, putting green, and a golf simulator, so there’s plenty of aspects to Leeds Golf Centre for you to experience. And after a long golfing session, you can go on to enjoy anything from coffee and cakes to a 3-course meal at our Nineteen Bar & Grill. A touch of post-game rest and relaxation will be just what you need to round off your visit.

So come up and see us, and explore Leeds Golf Centre. We truly are The Home of Modern Golf. WIKE GOLF COURSE Our championship 18-hole course really has that ‘wow’ factor. As well as being set within stunning woodland scenery, the impressively long 629-yard second hole and challenging hazards make this an exhilarating course from start to finish, offering players a fantastic golfing experience. THE OAKS COURSE Our par-3 course features 12 holes which vary in length and provides a great challenge for players of all abilities. This course is a good choice for beginners and juniors as it has fewer hazards than Wike, but it’s also a good course for experienced golfers wanting to sharpen their iron play.


MOORTOWN

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Moortown Golf Club Founded in 1909, Moortown was designed by the World famous golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie, who also designed Augusta National, Cypress Point, Royal Melbourne and many other championship courses throughout the world.


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Moortown Golf Club Harrogate Road, Alwoodley Leeds, LS17 7DB Telephone: 0113 2686521 secretary@moortown-gc.co.uk www.moortown-golf-club.co.uk How to Find

MOORTOWN

Entrance to the club is immediately after the Shell Petrol Station on A61 (Leeds to Harrogate) about ½ mile north of A6120 between Primley Park View & Sandmoor Lane. Travelling south on A61 make U-turn immediately past Petrol Station located on right hand side of dual carriageway about ½ mile south of Leeds Grammar School. On entry & exit please call the office to open the security barrier. Facilities Bars, Lounge, Snooker Room, Card Room, TV Room, Putting Green, Trolley Hire, Buggies, Electric Trolleys, Trolleys, Pro Shop, Video Tuition, Lessons

Regional Qualifying Course 2012-2016 Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 7001 • 6767 • 6475 • 5927 (75) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

5 488

10

3

172

2

4 440

11

4

367

3

4 436

12

5

556

4

3 168

13

4

429

5

4 340

14

4

383

6

4 446

15

4

376

7

5 517

16

4

419

8

3 192

17

3

155

9

4 454

18

4

429

The founders were fortunate that in 1908 Dr MacKenzie was in the district having nearly completed the layout at Alwoodley, which was already very popular. He joined the deliberations at Moortown, and was soon to realise that here was golfing country par excellence. Features of the original course at Moortown which received much comment were the bunkers, being perfect examples of artificial hazards imitating natural seaside contours. Secondly was the change in green design, where Dr. MacKenzie adopted the larger, undulating seaside greens.

The one event which, has contributed so much to Moortown’s reputation as a championship course was the staging of the Ryder Cup in 1929. The first ever Ryder Cup on European soil. The par 3, 10th hole is MacKenzie’s renowned short hole “Gibraltar”, Moortown’s signature hole. The vista from the tee is stunning, with a combination of heavy bunkering and heather to the right and a cavernous bunker to the short left all protecting the green. The green itself is of typical MacKenzie design, various tiers make three putts a common occurrence on this undulating masterpiece.

Visit our website for the latest offers: www.moortown-gc.co.uk Call – 0113 268 6521 Email – secretary@moortown-gc.co.uk


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Scarcroft Golf Club There is an abundance of fine golf courses on offer in West Yorkshire and the surrounding area. Easily accessed by junctions of the M1 and M62, the region features a number of grand parkland venues looking over picturesque countryside such as the majesty of the Yorkshire Dales.

With something for everyone, West Yorkshire Great is the ideal retreat for a golfing break with a wide variety of venues offering fantastic value for money. Leeds has never been more popular with investment in the city making it one of the tourist hotspots of the country. As well as a hub of city life, Leeds is the third largest and one of the fastest growing, greenest cities in the UK. With excellent road and rail links as well as an international airport, the thriving city centre is also a popular choice for golfing breaks with visiting groups loving the bustling night life and the excellent golf that is on offer. Leeds is packed full of golfing heritage with the area’s many golf clubs and resorts making the perfect retreat for the society golfer. Scarcroft Golf Club is situated to the North of Leeds and very close to both the Alwoodley and Moortown Golf Clubs. The par 71 golf course, which measures 6,243 yards from the white tees represents an enjoyable but challenging test to all ages and abilities of golfer.


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Scarcroft Golf Club Syke Lane, Scarcroft, LS14 3BQ Telephone: 01132 892311 admin@scarcroftgolfclub.co.uk www.scarcroftgolfclub.co.uk Twitter: @scarcroftGC Facebook: @scarcroftgolfclub

How to Find

Facilities Bar, Buggy/Trolley Hire, Clubs Hire, Clubhouse, Large Practice Field, Food, Practice Area, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Golf Lessons, Function Room

Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6456 • 6072 • 5522 (73) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 406

10

4 432

2

4 387

11

4 366

3

4 337

12

4 385

4

5 481

13

3 142

5

3 129

14

5 484

6

4 396

15

3 166

7

3 175

16

4 261

8

4 349

17

4 326

9

4 373

18

5 477

SCARCROFT

Leave Leeds on A58 Wetherby Road, then turn left at the Bracken Fox Pub, Scarcroft Golf Club is ½ mile along Syke Lane from the Bracken Fox.

The lovely meandering and easy walking golf course boasts far-reaching views of the North Yorkshire Moors, whilst tree-lined fairways mean you need to keep it straight off the tee in order to score well. The golf club has a rich history but was fully extended with the facilities that can be enjoyed today added to its current site in the 1980s. The Scarcroft clubhouse features two lounges, a bar and snooker room. Sports television and a variety of beverages in the Viking Bar and Trophy lounge whilst, dining facilities for up to 110 people in the wonderfully appointed, Blackburn Lounge. A warm friendly welcome awaits you at

Scarcroft Golf Club with a clubhouse team who aim to ensure that your day is memorable for all the right reasons, both on and off the course. Bar and catering facilities are available throughout the day. Scarcroft Golf Club offer various golf day packages which can be tailored to meet the needs, requirements and budgets of the visiting party. Each package includes championship golf on the Scarcroft golf course and excellent dining options. The club’s professional team are also on hand to offer their advice on the day and to ensure that the event runs as smoothly as possible allowing you to enjoy all the Scarcroft Golf Club has to offer.


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Wetherby Golf Club Wetherby Golf Club is a picturesque 18 hole parkland course in the village of Linton, close to the market town of Wetherby.


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Wetherby Golf Club Linton Lane Wetherby, LS22 4JF Telephone: 01937 580089 ext 1 Pro Shop: 01937 580089 ext 2 manager@wetherbygolfclub.co.uk www.wetherbygolfclub.co.uk

How to Find

WETHERBY

From the A1(M) south Take the exit signpost Collingham and Wetherby and follow the signs into the town centre. Cross the bridge over the river Wharfe and at the mini roundabout turn left signposted Harrogate. Go through the market place, as you leave the town centre take the left hand fork signposted Sicklinghall and Linton. After half a mile turn left towards Linton. The Golf club is 300 metres on the left.

Facilities It is set on an escarpment and bordered by the river Wharfe which provides stunning views. Founded in 1910 the course was redesigned in 1919 by the legendary course architect Dr Alister McKenzie.

Bar, Restaurant, Driving Range, Putting Green, Chipping Area, Trolley Hire, Pro Shop, Lessons

Renowned for its manicured fairways it offers a challenging but fair test of golf. From the tiger tees the recently improved course measures almost 6700 yards. However five tee options offer a course to suit all requirements. We also boast the added benefit of two loops of 9 holes.

Course Information 18 holes, Par 70 • 6057 • 5922 • 5708 • 5359 (71) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

5 465

10

5

513

2

4 306

11

4

348

3

3 173

12

3

177

4

4 424

13

5

471

5

4 288

14

3

147

6

4 384

15

4

363

7

3 132

16

5

492

8

4 370

17

3

125

9

3 144

18

4

386

2019 OPEN EVENTS

Having recently played host to a number of prestigious events including the Yorkshire Union versus Durham Union fixture and the famous Leeds Open. Wetherby Golf Club are in a position to offer you the ideal golfing membership environment. Our predominantly flat and peaceful course goes hand in hand with our quite exceptional food and clubhouse facilities. If you are looking to join a friendly and forward thinking Club then look no further.

Monday, 10 June 2019 Seniors Open Day 1 Pairs - Gents Senior Four Ball Betterball

Sunday, 15 September 2019 Mixed Open Day Pairs - Mixed Four Ball Betterball

Sunday, 28 July 2019 Rabbits Open Day Pairs - Gents Four Ball Betterball

Thursday, 19 September 2019 Seniors Open Day 2 Pairs - Gents Four Ball Betterball

L I M I T E D N U M BE R O F SIX MO NTH TRIA L MEMBERSH IPS AVA IL A BLE Contact Darren Tear (Manager) or Mark Daubney (Professional) on 01937 580089 or drop by the WGC Office or Proshop


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East Yorkshire & Humberside Introduction

East Yorkshire & Humberside

East Yorkshire, otherwise known as the East Riding of Yorkshire, includes the northern part of what was Humberside and the city of Kingston upon Hull - Britain’s third largest port. This magnificent waterfront city boasts a relaxing atmosphere along with a vibrant mix of culture, shopping and nightlife. Hull is situated on the north bank of the River Humber, which is a natural boundary to East Yorkshire. The Humber Bridge was completed in 1981. It’s the longest single span suspension bridge in the world with a main span length of 4,624 feet. It truly is a magnificent feat of engineering. To the west are the Yorkshire Wolds, a chalk formation, and you can explore the rolling hills along the 79 mile long

Yorkshire Wolds Way. To the south-east is the flat coastal plain of Holderness which terminates at the wild Spurn Peninsular East Yorkshire’s Heritage Coast stretches from Spurn Head in the south, to Flamborough Head in the north, in the district of Withernsea. Spurn Head is a National Nature Reserve. It’s a narrow projection of sand and shingle, constantly changing with the tides and a stop over for thousands of migrating birds. Bridlington, with its beautiful beaches and brand new award winning promenades and gardens, offers a host of all weather activities. This famous seaside resort has an irresistible appeal for people of all ages and a special Bridlington welcome that is guaranteed to warm your heart.


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East Yorkshire & Humberside Directory

Allerthorpe Golf & Park Retreat Telephone: 01759 306686 www.allerthorpegolf.co.uk

Eggborough Golf Club
 Telephone: 01482 817754 Website n/a

Humberston Country Club Telephone: 01472 211151 www.virginactive.co.uk/en/clubs/humberston

Ashby Decoy Golf Club Telephone: 01724 866561 www.ashbydecoy.co.uk

Elsham Golf Club Telephone: 01652 688382 www.elshamgolfclub.co.uk

Immingham Golf Club Telephone: 01469 575298 www.immgc.com

Beverley & East Riding Golf Club Telephone: 01482 868757 www.beverleygolfclub.co.uk

Flamborough Head Golf Club Telephone: 01262 850333 www.flamboroughheadgolfclub.co.uk

Kingsway Golf Telephone: 01724 840945 www.northlincs.gov.uk

Boothferry Golf Club Telephone: 01430 430364 www.boothferrygolfclub.co.uk

Forest Pines Golf Club Telephone: 01652 650756 www.forestpines.co.uk

KP Club Telephone: 01759 303090 www.kpclub.co.uk

Bridlington Golf Club Telephone: 01262 606367 www.bridlingtongolfclub.co.uk

Ganstead Park Golf Club Telephone: 01482 817754 www.gansteadpark.co.uk

Laceby Manor Golf Club Telephone: 01472 873468 www.lacebymanorgolfclub.co.uk

Bridlington Links Golf & Leisure Estate
 Telephone: 01262 401584 www.bridlington-links.co.uk

Grange Park Golf Club Telephone: 01724 672945 www.grangepark.com

Lincolnshire Golf Club Telephone: 01724 711619 www.lincolnshiregolfclub.co.uk

Brough Golf Club Telephone: 01482 667291 www.brough-golfclub.co.uk

Grimsby Golf Centre Telephone: 01472 250555 www.grimsbygolfcentre.co.uk

Normanby Hall Golf Club Telephone: 01724 720226 www.northlincs.gov.uk

Burstwick Country Golf
 Telephone: 01964 670112 www.burstwickcountrygolf.co.uk

Grimsby Golf Club Telephone: 01472 342630 www.grimsbygolfclub.co.uk

Skidby Lakes Golf Club Telephone: 01482 844270 www.skidbylakes.co.uk

Cave Castle Golf Course Telephone: 01430 422245 www.cavecastlegolfclub.co.uk

Hainsworth Park Golf Club Telephone: 01964 542362 www.hainsworthparkgolfclub.co.uk

Springhead Park Golf Club Telephone: 01482 656309 www.springheadparkgolfclub.co.uk

Cherry Burton Golf Club Telephone: 01964 550924 www.cherryburtongolfclub.co.uk

Hessle Golf Club Telephone: 01482 306840 www.hesslegolfclub.co.uk

Sutton Park Golf Course
 Telephone: 01482 374242 Website n/a

Cleethorpes Golf Club Telephone: 01472 816110 www.cleethorpesgolfclub.co.uk

Holme Hall Golf Club Telephone: 01724 862078 www.holmehallgolf.co.uk

Tetney Golf Club Telephone: 01472 211644 www.tetney-golf-club.co.uk

Cottingham Parks
 Telephone: 01482 846030 www.cottinghamparks.co.uk

Hornsea Golf Club Telephone: 01964 532020 www.hornseagolfclub.co.uk

Waltham Windmill Golf Club Telephone: 01472 824109 www.walthamwindmillgolfclub.co.uk

Driffield Golf Club
 Telephone: 01377 253116 www.driffieldgolfclub.co.uk

Hull Golf Club Telephone: 01482 660972 www.hullgolf.com

Withernsea Golf Club
 Telephone: 01964 612258 www.withernseagolfclub.co.uk

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BROUGH

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Brough Golf Club A warm welcome awaits all visitors to Brough Golf Club, an attractive and challenging Inland Parkland Course located in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The mature nature of the course reflects its historical roots. The Club was founded in 1891 and celebrated its Centenary in 1993.


Contact Details

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Brough Golf Club Cave Road, Brough East Yorkshire, HU15 1HB Telephone: 01482 667291 admin@brough-golfclub.co.uk www.brough-golfclub.co.uk

How to Find

BROUGH

From the West via M62/A63: After Junction 38 the M62 becomes a dual carriageway, the A63, approximately 3 miles after this change exit left signed South Cave, Market Weighton and Beverley. At the T junction turn right following local signs for Brough. Carry on to a roundabout take the 3rd exit towards Brough and Elloughton continue to the next roundabout and take the 2nd exit into Cave Road, signed Brough Aircraft Factory. Brough Golf Club is a mile along this road on your left hand side.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Putting Green, Practice Ground, PGA Professional Shop, Lessons, Club Hire, Buggy & Trolley Hire, Golf Studio

Course Information 18 holes, Par 68 • 6064 • 5895 • 5473 (71) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 354

10

5

533

2

4 258

11

4

389

3

3 200

12

4

383

4

4 451

13

3

169

5

4 372

14

4

287

6

3 146

15

4

382

7

4 457

16

4

469

8

4 440

17

3

183

9

3 199

18

4

392

“A testing par 68 for the scratch player without being too difficult for the higher handicap.” To which can be added, “An attractive course, with good golfing qualities, which makes it a pleasure to play again and again.” Brough is a thinking man’s course, where accurate positioning of the tee ball is required for good scoring. The good golfing qualities are based on the light, well drained land, which results in a playable course in all weathers.

Signature Hole: Hole 17, Par 3. “Entertaining” is probably a tongue-incheek description of the last of the course’s testing short holes. Here, that stream which comes into play so many times seems to be everywhere and there is a good chance that you will be scooping your ball out of water if your tee shot is at all wayward. Should you miss it with your first, the stream is almost sure to influence your second shot. One of the best if not the best hole on the course.

Visit our website for the latest offers: www.brough-golfclub.co.uk


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DoubleTree by Hilton

Forest Pines Spa & Golf Resort Designed in 1996 by John Morgan, a former PGA Tour and European Tour player, Forest Pines is regarded as one of the country’s top golfing venues. And it’s not only us who think so - we have been rated one of the leading UK winter courses as well as recently being voted ‘Best Golf Course in the East of England’ in the 2018 Today’s Golfer travel awards.


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DoubleTree by Hilton Forest Pines Spa & Golf Resort Ermine Street, Broughton Brigg, DN20 0AQ Pro Shop: 01652 601718 Hotel: 01652 650770 proshop@forestpineshotel.co.uk forestpinesspaandgolfresort. doubletreebyhilton.com How to Find

FOREST PINES

From the South: Take Junction 32 off the M1 onto the M18.Take Junction 5 off the M18 onto the M180. Exit at Junction 4 and take the first exit marked Scunthorpe. At the next roundabout, take the second exit and the hotel is on the left hand side. From the North: Take Junction 35 off the M62. Take Junction 5 off the M18 onto the M180. Exit at Junction 4 and take the first exit marked Scunthorpe. At the next roundabout, take the second exit and the hotel is on the left hand side.

Facilities Bar, Buggy/Trolley Hire, Clubs Hire, Clubhouse, Driving Range, Food, Practice Area, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Golf Lessons, Function Room

Course Information 27 holes Forest: Par 36 • 3291 • 3125 • 2770 Pines: Par 37 • 3551 • 3319 • 3011 (38) Beeches: Par 35 • 3102 • 2922 (34) • 2589 (36)

We’ve hosted numerous competitions including the R&A Boys Home Internationals, British Blind Open and the PGA four-ball Championships 2009 - 2013. So what is it that makes this 10,000 yards of majestic golf course so special? Could it be the magnificent three loops of nine holes that meander through majestic pines? Is it the tree lined fairways that causes a challenge to even a scratch golfer? What about the water hazard at the 7th hole (we’ve fished out 6000 balls in one year!)? It is all of this and more. Don’t just take our word for it, book a golf day or golf break at Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort and see for yourself. And it doesn’t stop there. The pro shop is stocked with the latest names in golfing fashion and of course there is the all-important 19th hole, or in our case the 28th! The Pines Bar is the perfect place to sit with friends on the terrace overlooking the splendour of the golf course, enjoy a cold beer and dissect your round, hole for hole!

Forest Pines is a venue where looks can be deceiving, it’s as challenging as it is beautiful. With straight driving being key to making a score, each tee shot has to be carefully planned and played with absolute precision. A challenge for even the more experienced golfer, the stunning 27 hole golf course twists and turns its way through majestic pines onto lush fairways and excellent undulating greens, with strategically placed water hazards. We have a number of different golf membership categories available at Forest Pines. Whether you’re not yet a member anywhere, are looking to change club or are looking for a second membership - we’ll certainly have a membership to suit your needs! We welcome all ages and abilities to be part of the golf club. Contact our Golf Membership Sales Advisor to find out more. They will be more than happy to take you through the different golf membership options we have available at Forest Pines, which start from just £295!


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Yorkshire & North East Golf Guide

South Yorkshire Introduction

South Yorkshire

You could be forgiven for thinking that all South Yorkshire can offer is an industrial history of mining and steel manufacturing. The main towns within this Yorkshire and Humber county did grow around those industries, themselves having huge educational and historical appeal for visitors but, thanks to multi-million pound investment via government initiatives and Heritage Lottery funding, the whole area is buzzing with regeneration and redevelopment, seeing some of its slightly dusty, historical gems being given a good polish and the chance to shine again. 

 In addition to firm favourites (Doncaster Railway, Doncaster Racecourse), and those restored to their former glories (Sheffield Botanical Gardens, Weston Park Museum, Wentworth Castle), the area is brimming with

new, lively, modern venues offering a variety of entertainment, culture and attractions for more cosmopolitan tourists including: art galleries & exhibitions (Millennium Galleries, Graves Art Gallery), contemporary/ traditional music & theatre (Sheffield City Hall, The Leadmill, The Harley), sporting fixtures (Don Valley Stadium, Hallam FM Arena, The Crucible), and state of the art shopping centres (Meadowhall Shopping Centre, Crystal Peaks) - all of which mean this area is now a firm favourite for those visiting ‘up North’. If you enjoy the outdoors, South Yorkshire is the gateway to the Peak District National Park, Pennine Yorkshire and the Trans Pennine Trail which cuts right across the region. So there is never a shortage of things to see and do in this abundant area of Yorkshire.


Yorkshire & North East Golf Guide

South Yorkshire Directory

Abbeydale Telephone: 0114 236 0763 www.abbeydalegolfclub.co.uk

High Melton Telephone: 01302 553715 www.highmeltongolf.co.uk

Silkstone Telephone: 01226 790128 www.silkstone-golf-club.co.uk

Barnsley Telephone: 01226 382856 www.barnsleygolfclub.co.uk

Hillsborough Telephone: 0114 229 4100 www.hillsboroughgolfclub.co.uk

Sitwell Park Telephone: 01709 541046 www.sitwellgolf.co.uk

Bawtry Telephone: 01302 711409 www.bawtrygolfclub.co.uk

Kingswood Telephone: 01405 741343 www.kingswoodgolfcentre.co.uk

Stocksbridge & District Telephone: 0114 2882779 www.stocksbridgegolfclub.co.uk

Beauchief Telephone: 0114 236 7274 www.beauchiefgolfcourse.co.uk

Lees Hall Telephone: 0114 250 7868 www.leeshallgolfclub.co.uk

Styrrup Hall Telephone: 01302 751112 www.styrrupgolf.co.uk

Birch Hall Telephone: 01246 291979 Website n/a

Lindrick Telephone: 01909 475820 www.lindrickgolfclub.co.uk

Tankersley Park Telephone: 0114 245 5583 www.tankersleyparkgolfclub.org.uk

Birley Wood Telephone: 0114 264 7262 www.birleywoodgolfcourse.co.uk

Owston Hall Telephone: 01302 722231 www.owstonhall.com

Thorne Telephone: 01405 812084 www.thornegolf.co.uk

Concord Park Telephone: 0114 257 7378 Website n/a

Owston Park Telephone: 01302 330821 www.owstonparkgolfcourse.co.uk

Thornhurst Park Telephone: 01302 337799 Website n/a

Crookhill Park Telephone: 01709 862979 www.crookhillpark.co.uk

Phoenix Telephone: 01709 382624 www.phoenixgolfclub.co.uk

Tinsley Park Telephone: 0114 2448974 www.tinsleyparkgolfcourse.co.uk

Doncaster Telephone: 01302 865632 www.doncastergolfclub.co.uk

Renishaw Park Telephone: 01246 435 484 www.renishawparkgolf.co.uk

Waterfront Telephone: 01709 877616 www.waterfrontgolf.co.uk

Doncaster Town Moor Telephone: 01302 535286 doncastertownmoorgolfclub.co.uk

Rother Valley Telephone: 0114 247 3000 www.jackbarker.com

Wath Telephone: 01709 878609 www.wathgolfclub.co.uk

Dore & Totley Telephone: 0114 236 6844 www.doreandtotleygolf.co.uk

Rotherham Telephone: 0870 863 6455 www.rotherhamgolfclub.com

Wheatley Telephone: 01302 831655 www.wheatleygolfclub.co.uk

Grange Park Telephone: 01709 559497 Website n/a

Roundwood, Telephone: 01709 826061 www.roundwoodgolfclub.co.uk

Wombwell Hillies Telephone: 01226 754433 Website n/a

Hallamshire Telephone: 0114 2305222 www.hallamshiregolfclub.co.uk

Sandhill Telephone: 01226 753444 www.sandhillgolfclub.co.uk

Wortley Telephone: 0114 2888469 www.wortleygolfclub.co.uk

Hallowes Telephone: 01246 410394 www.hallowesgolfclub.org

Serlby Park Telephone: 01777 818268 Website n/a

Hickleton Telephone: 01709 896081 www.hickletongolfclub.co.uk

Sheffield Transport Telephone: 0114 2373216 Website n/a

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ABBEYDALE

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Abbeydale A well-manicured and beautiful parkland course, mostly tree lined and with undulating greens, Abbeydale has stunning backdrop views over Sheffield city centre to the north east and the Derbyshire hills and countryside to the southwest.


Contact Details

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Abbeydale Golf Club Twentywell Lane, Dore Sheffield, S17 4QA Telephone: 0114 2360763 abbeygolf@btconnect.com www.abbeydalegolfclub.co.uk

How to Find

ABBEYDALE

The club lies to the south west side of Sheffield. From the south take the A61 from Chesterfield toward Sheffield. At the roundabout for the Sheffield ring road turn left towards Holmesfield. Cross over one roundabout, then pass Dore & Totley GC on your left . Take the next right turn onto Twentywell Lane and the next right turn up to the golf club.

Facilities 18 hole course, ride on buggys, electric and pull trolleys, practice ground, practice nets, covered range area, clubhouse with well-appointed locker rooms, a restaurant and three lounges, seminar room, snooker room

Corporate, Societies and Visitors are always welcome, but please book in advance to avoid disappointment. Our Open Competitions are very popular and can be booked through the

Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6281 • 5987 • 5604 (73) H OLE

PAR

The course was designed by Herbert Fowler. Each hole blends wonderfully into its surroundings, almost as if it had always been there. It is certainly a ‘must play’ for visitors to the area.

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 386

10

3

123

2

3 149

11

5

477

3

5 488

12

3

174

4

4 443

13

4

460

5

4 395

14

5

474

6

5 492

15

3

176

7

4 376

16

4

395

8

4 337

17

4

393

9

4 392

18

3

151

Abbeydale website. We also offer a twilight rate each day. Please contact the golf shop direct on 0114 2360763 ext 3 to secure a start time. The clubhouse facilities are excellent and our Hospitality team will provide a warm welcome throughout your visit. The lounge areas, patio, upstairs restaurant & balcony plus seminar / meeting room are all available to cater for large parties or functions.

Visit our website www.abbeydalegolfclub.co.uk for the latest offers, open entries and how to join We welcome Corporate & Society days, Celebrations, Birthdays, Weddings, Anniversaries, Funerals etc.


LINDRICK

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Lindrick Lindrick Golf Club is renown as one of Britain’s finest inland courses, providing an excellent challenge to golfers of all abilities at any time of the year.


Contact Details

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Lindrick Golf Club Lindrick Common Worksop, S81 8BH Telephone: 01909 475 282 info@lindrickgolfclub.co.uk www.lindrickgolfclub.co.uk

How to Find

LINDRICK

M1 (From North or South) - Leave M1 by exit 31 - signposted WORKSOP A57. At roundabout take road signposted A57 WORKSOP. After 5½ miles turn right into Clubhouse drive. For Sat Nav location please use S81 8BL as the postcode.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Driving Range, Short Game Area, Putting Green, Pro Shop, Caddie Service, Lessons, Club Hire, Trolley Hire, Buggy Hire

Course Information 18 holes, Par 70 Championship Tees • 6665 • 6503 (71) • 6281 (71) • 5772 (75) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 402

10

4

370

2

4 394

11

3

192

3

3 165

12

4

423

4

5 478

13

4

456

5

4 431

14

5

563

6

3 140

15

4

360

7

4 439

16

4

487

8

4 316

17

4

403

9

4 436

18

3

210

The calibre of this South Yorkshire course is supported by a most impressive list of credentials which span a whole spectrum of iconic golfing greats, such as the great John Jacobs, who was literally brought up on the Club’s premises and twice Captained Europe’s Ryder Cup Team, to Designers Alister Mackenzie, Willie Park Jnr. and even “old” Tom Morris himself, who have each added to the architecture of the course. The Club has hosted the Curtis Cup and numerous Pro Tour events, which include the sensational 1957 Ryder Cup victory for the GB Team led by Dai Rees, and in the present day, has an exciting array of young amateur talent who choose to play and develop on this famous course in the hope of emulating Lindrick’s elite playing members who include a former World Number 1, a US Masters Winner and a current trio of Ryder Cup Players.

has been done sympathetically to maintain character and ambience but also, crucially, to bolster the challenge of this atmospheric course. Off the course the traditional Members’ Club welcome remains, while the changing facilities and our Ryder Cup Suite have been completely rebuilt to accommodate the needs and expectations of the modern golfer. Our staff will do their utmost to ensure that all who visit Lindrick really enjoy a combination of our historic legacy and modern golfing trends, and will want to repeat it regularly in the future.

The Club’s members have invested over £2m in recent enhancements at the Club. Two green to tee tunnels, new strategic fairway bunkers, the remodelling of greenside bunkers and new Championship tees has improved 11 holes in total so far, with more planned. Everything

www.lindrickgolfclub.co.uk Tel: 01909 475 282


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Hillsborough Golf Club Worral Road Sheffield, S6 4BE Telephone: 0114 2349151 directorofgolf@hillsboroughgolfclub.co.uk www.hillsboroughgolfclub.co.uk

How to Find

HILLSBOROUGH

20 minutes from Junction 33 off the M1 Following the A630. 15 minutes From Sheffield City Centre. 10 minutes from Meadowhall Shopping Centre. Post Code S6 4BE

Founded in 1920, Hillsborough Golf Club is renowned as being one of the best in the North of England. Set in the beautiful hills of Sheffield, the course gives some truly fantastic panoramic views over the Steel City. At 6254 yards off the White Tees and 5544 yards from Ladies Tees, it may not be one of the longest but is a true test of your skills.

The practice facilities are situated adjacent to the clubhouse and offer a great chance to hone your skills before play or alternatively book a lesson with our Head Professional Mark Allen. Our Clubhouse offers a friendly atmosphere with seating inside and out looking over the 1st Tee. Catering and refreshments are available before and after your round - perfect for a quick bite, Sunday lunch or fine dining. Facilities are available for functions, weddings and special occasions for up to 120 guests.

Our signature hole, the 3rd, is rated in the Top 18 holes in Yorkshire.

Facilities Practice Ground, Short Game area, Putting Green, Clubhouse, Pro shop

Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6254 • 6001 • 5544 H OLE

Please visit our website for all our current offers www.hillsboroughgolfclub.co.uk 0114 2349151

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 428

10

3

186

2

3 128

11

5

488

3

4 354

12

4

360

4

4 379

13

3

136

5

4 355

14

4

427

6

3 189

15

4

408

7

4 233

16

4

314

8

4 342

17

4

293

9

5 484

18

5

630


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Rotherham Golf Club Thrybergh Park, Doncaster Road Thrybergh, Rotherham, S65 4NU Telephone: 0870 8636455 manager@rotherhamgolfclub.com www.rotherhamgolfclub.com

How to Find

For over 100 years, Rotherham Golf Club has been the setting for outstanding beauty and a true test of golf. This parkland course features an imposing gothic clubhouse built in 1813 and is also the perfect setting for Weddings and Corporate events.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Putting Green, Club Hire, Electric Trolley Hire, Lessons, Pro Shop

Course Information 18 holes, Par 70 • 6350 • 5911 • 5654 (74) H OLE

PAR

ROTHERHAM

Leave the M1 at junction 32 to join the M18, then join the M18 motorway (signposted Hull). Leave the M18 at junction 1, then at roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A631 (signposted Rotherham). After 1 mile at traffic signals turn right onto Church Lane (signposted Ravenfield). At miniroundabout turn left onto Main Street B6093 (signposted Ravenfield). Continue through Ravenfield on the B6093. Then after almost 3 miles at T-junction turn left onto the A630 (signposted Rotherham). Golf Club is 1 mile on right hand side just after entering Thrybergh.

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 377

10

5

478

2

4 413

11

4

300

3

3 172

12

4

366

4

5 527

13

4

384

5

4 396

14

3

168

6

4 362

15

4

385

7

4 405

16

3

155

8

4 410

17

4

396

9

3 200

18

4

456

The Golf Club was formed in 1903 and there are few clubs in the UK that can claim such a glorious location and magnificent Club House. Surrounded by beautiful timbered parkland the course is easily accessible from the M1 or A1 in South Yorkshire. Also, being closely situated to Robin Hood Airport in Doncaster, it is accessible from far afield.

Originally a nine hole course laid out by Sandy Herd, in 1906 it was increased to eighteen holes and was subsequently modified by James Braid. Resulting from this is an exceptionally well laid out course, where golf is played over parkland of great beauty. The course record of 62 was recorded by Simon Coumbe of Pontefract GC during the second round of the inaugural Lee Westwood Trophy held in September 2005. He broke the previous record score of 65, jointly held by Lee Westwood and Ian Garbutt. The golf shop at Rotherham Golf Club prides itself on retail experience and exceptional customer service.

Please visit our website for all our current offers www.rotherhamgolfclub.com


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Sitwell Park Golf Club Shrogs Wood Road Rotherham, S60 4BY Telephone: 01709 541046 secretary@sitwellgolf.co.uk www.sitwellgolf.co.uk

How to Find

SITWELL PARK

From the M1:Leave the M1 at exit 33 (A630) towards Rotherham. At the first roundabout turn right onto the dual carriageway A631 Bawtry. At the crossroads carry straight on up the hill, then at the next roundabout, continue on the third exit along the A631. Sitwell Park Golf Club is signposted after around half a mile, with a right turn across the central reservation and onto Shrogs Wood Road. Continue along Shrogs Wood Road for a short distance and you will enter the club drive through clearly marked stone posts, and on through the automatic barrier into the car park. If you are looking for a strong, lively & forward looking golf club, Sitwell Park in Rotherham, has an enviable reputation. As one of the leading clubs in the Sheffield Union, with a course to match - designed by master architect Dr Alister Mackenzie - Sitwell Park offers excellent facilities for players, members and visitors alike. Our flourishing club arguably offers one of the best golfing and social experiences in the South Yorkshire region. We are renowned for our thriving membership, excellent course and lively clubhouse, overseen by our professional staff. Sitwell Park’s course, clubhouse and facilities are under constant development and

Telephone: 01709 709970 Details are available from our website www.sitwellgolf.co.uk

improvement - all to ensure that the experience for visitors and members is second to none. New opportunities to join Sitwell Park There are now new and more affordable ways to join Sitwell Park Golf Club - one of the most successful and popular golf clubs in the area. Following a re-jig of the club’s membership packages, there are now opportunities for: • New 5 and 6 day members, for those who prefer to play midweek • Plus corporate membership available from £400.00 per year • Junior Members always welcome

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Putting Green, Short Game Facilities, Club Hire, Electric Trolley Hire, Buggy Hire, Lessons, Pro Shop

Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6225 • 5958 • 5535 (73) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 357

10

5

510

2

4 415

11

4

305

3

5 552

12

3

132

4

4 275

13

5

513

5

3 176

14

3

188

6

4 266

15

4

447

7

3 171

16

4

467

8

5 539

17

3

169

9

4 308

18

4

435

Bookings are now being taken for 2019 Corporate and Society days.

To reserve your event please contact The Secretary on Secretary@sitwellgolf.co.uk


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Tankersley Park Golf Club Park Lane, High Green Sheffield, S35 4LG Telephone: 0114 2468247
 secretary@tankersleyparkgolfclub.org.uk www.tankersleyparkgolfclub.org.uk

How to Find

TANKERSLEY PARK

Tankersley Park Golf Club is next to the M1 motorway between junction 36 and 35A

 From the North M1 take exit 36 and follow signs for A61 to Sheffield. At the next roundabout turn left and the entrance to TPGC is half a mile on the left opposite the BRAUN factory and is signposted. If you miss junction 36, take the next exit at junction 35 and turn back northwards on the M1 to junction 35A.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Putting Green, Club Hire, Trolley Hire, Golf Buggies, Lessons, Pro Shop, On-line booking systems @www.tankersleyparkgolfclub.org.uk

An eighteen-hole course, it stretches over 6244 yards of fabulous Yorkshire countryside for which it offers a par and standard scratch score of 70. If you are to challenge that score though, there are plenty of hazards and testing holes you must overcome along the way. Enjoy!

Course Information 18 holes, Par 70 • 6244 • 6075 • 5338 H OLE

PAR

Tankersley Park Golf Club’s fine parkland course was designed by Arthur Storey. It opened for business in 1907 and has hardly looked back. Today, it enjoys an active membership who eagerly and amiably welcomes visitors who come to play their challenging course, based at High Green in Sheffield.

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 408

10

4

358

2

4 350

11

4

362

3

3 166

12

3

166

4

5 526

13

4

355

5

4 383

14

4

382

6

4 320

15

4

327

7

4 426

16

4

374

8

4 455

17

4

314

9

3 142

18

4

430

The course, is meticulously maintained and a fair but tough test for the club golfer. Tankersley Park Golf Club has met England Golf’s requirements and is accredited with the GolfMark Award. The club has also been recognised by Sport England as a Clubmark facility. The Club has been awarded a grant from Sport England to develop the practice facilities into a floodlit driving range and work should commence in mid- 2015. Signature Hole: 18th - Mark Roe described this hole as the best finishing hole in Yorkshire.


Contact Details

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Wortley Golf Club Hermit Hill Lane, Wortley, Sheffield South Yorkshire, S35 7DF Telephone: 0114 288 8469 info@wortleygolfclub.co.uk www.wortleygolfclub.co.uk

How to Find

WORTLEY

Leave the M1 at Junction 36 or 35A. Take the A616 or A61 or A629 to Wortley Village

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Putting Green, Club Hire, Trolley Hire, Buggy Hire, Lessons, Pro Shop

Set in woodlands on the Wharncliffe Estate, Wortley Golf Club is an established parkland golf course characterised by tree lined fairways, fast undulating greens, and good all year round putting surfaces. With only one par five, five tricky par threes and a series of demanding par fours, it presents a unique challenge to golfers of all abilities and always provides enjoyable memories. Without the distractions of roads, houses and footpaths, Wortley Golf Club is an oasis of peace, yet enjoys easy access from the M1. Visitors are an essential part of golf at Wortley and are welcomed by all club and staff members.

Come and enjoy playing our beautiful course, now receiving plaudits from visitors and guests that it is better now than it’s ever been, following our many improvements. We are always delighted to welcome visitors, visiting parties and new members. Our new steward & stewardess David & Carol will be pleased to cater for your dining and refreshments during your visit. Our professionals Ian and Richard will be happy to deal with any enquiries you may have. View our on-line booking system: www.wortleygolfclub.co.uk Contact Carol : 0114 288 8469 (option 4)

Please contact the club on 0114 288 8469 or visit the website www.wortleygolfclub.co.uk

A full catering service is provided. Bar meals can be ordered on completion of your round, but full meals should be ordered with the bar staff before you play. Societies and Visiting parties are advised to contact the Secretary or Stewardess in advance to confirm individual requirements.

Course Information 18 holes, Par 68. SSS 69 • 6025 • 5865 • 5411 H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 344

10

5

511

2

4 420

11

4

357

3

3 183

12

3

177

4

4 407

13

4

368

5

3 151

14

4

434

6

4 327

15

4

400

7

4 430

16

3

177

8

4 415

17

4

365

9

3 125

18

4

434


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Yorkshire & North East Golf Guide

North East Introduction

North East North East England is one of the nine official regions of England. Covering Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear, and Teesside. Northumberland is the Northernmost of the English counties, separated from Scotland by the Cheviot Hills and the Tweed River and borders on the North Sea. The terrain is level along the wild, rugged coastline and hilly in the interior, where high moor lands alternate with fertile valleys. Hadrian’s Wall is probably the most notable feature; built in Roman times.

in County Durham. At the heart of this county lies Durham City; small enough to enjoy on foot yet so exceptional that its castle and cathedral are designated a World Heritage Site. Much of the West of the County, including Teesdale, Weardale and the Derwent Valley, is included in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is perfect country for walking, cycling, riding, wildlife-watching and exploring the many charming villages and towns.

The area suffered severely during the border wars between England and Scotland. The legacy of the Border wars of the 14th-16th centuries have resulted in Northumberland having more castles to explore than any other English county.

Tyne & Wear is an area with bustling towns and cities; encompassing Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Gateshead, and Sunderland. The diversity of the area and rich warmth of the people make for a fusion of attractions and appeal.

From the North Pennines in the West to the North Sea Coast in the East, there are attractions and delights to suit all tastes

Newcastle can boast three large shopping centres, many fascinating museums as well as cinemas, theatres presenting a vast

range of entertainment, sport and leisure centres, art-centres and a rich variety of clubs, restaurants, bistros and coffee shops catering for all tastes, pubs and bars all selling the local brew Newcastle Brown Ale and everything else you could could wish for. Teeside is an area now more familiarly known as the Tees Valley; stretching the salmon rich reaches of the upper Tees to the coastal beauty and character laden sea ports. The maritime history and industrial heritage are very much in evidence throughout this area. Teesside offers the opportunity for a country ramble over an endless expanse of moorland, the thrill of sandy beaches and towering cliffs as well as the pleasure of a successful days shopping and fine dining at a chic urban restaurant. From quaint fishing ports, beautiful countryside and cosmopolitan city life, this area has it all.


Yorkshire & North East Golf Guide

North East Directory

Allendale Tel: 01434 683115 www.allendale-golf.co.uk

Bishop Auckland Tel: 01388 661618 www.bagc.co.uk

Durham City Tel: 0191 386 4434 www.durhamcitygolfclub.co.uk

Alnmouth Tel: 01665 830922 www.alnmouthgolfclub.com

Blackwell Grange Tel: 01325 464458 www.blackwellgrangegolf.com

Eaglescliffe Tel: 01642 780238 www.eaglescliffegolfclub.co.uk

Alnmouth Village Tel: 01665 830370 www.alnmouthvillagegolfclub.co.uk

Blyth Telephone: 01670 540110 www.blythgolf.co.uk

Garesfield Tel: 01207 561309 www.garesfieldgolfclub.co.uk

Alnwick Tel: 01665 602499 www.alnwickgolfclub.co.uk

Boldon Tel: 0191 536 5360 www.boldongolfclub.co.uk

George Washington Tel: 0191 417 8346 www.georgewashington.co.uk

Arcot Hall Tel: 01912 362794 www.arcothall.co.uk

Brancepeth Castle Tel: 0191 378 0075 www.brancepeth-castle-golf.co.uk

Gosforth Tel: 0191 285 3495 www.gosforthgolfclub.co.uk

Bamburgh Castle Tel: 01668 214321 www.bamburghcastlegolfclub.co.uk

Burgham Park Tel: 01670 787898 www.burghampark.co.uk

Hall Garth Tel: 01325 300400 www.hallgarthdarlington.co.uk

Barnard Castle Tel: 01833 638355 www.barnardcastlegolfclub.org

Castle Eden Tel: 01429 836510 castleedengolfclub.co.uk

Haltwhistle Tel: 01434 320708 www.haltwhistlegolf.co.uk

Beamish Park Tel: 0191 370 1382 www.beamishgolf.co.uk

Chester-le-Street Tel: 0191 388 3218 www.clsgolfclub.co.uk

Hartlepool Tel: 01429 274398 www.hartlepoolgolfclub.co.uk

Beamish Park Hotel & Golf Tel: 01207 230 666 www.beamish-park-hotel.co.uk

City of Newcastle Tel: 0191 285 1775 www.cityofnewcastlegolfclub.com

Headlam Hall Tel: 01325 730 238 www.headlamhall.co.uk

Backworth Tel: 0191 268 8815 www.backworthminers.co.uk

Close House Tel: 01661 852953 www.closehouse.co.uk

Hetton-le-Hill Community Golf Club Tel: 0191 517 3057 Website n/a

Bedlingtonshire Tel: 01670 822457 www.bedlingtongolfclub.com

Cocken Lodge Golf Course Tel: 0191 584 1053 www.cockenlodge.co.uk

Hexham Tel: 01434 603072 www.hexhamgolf.co.uk

Belford Tel: 01668 213433 www.thebelford.com

Consett & District Tel: 01207 505060 www.consettgolf.freeuk.com

High Throston Tel: 01429 268071 Website n/a

Bellingham Tel: 01434 220530 www.bellinghamgolfclub.com

Crook Tel: 01388 762429 ldsite.co.uk/crookgolfclub.co.uk

Hobson Tel: 01207 271605 www.hobsongolfclub.co.uk

Berwick-upon-Tweed Tel: 01289 387256 www.goswicklinksgc.co.uk

De Vere Slaley Hall Tel: 01434 673350 www.devere.co.uk

Houghton-le-Spring Tel: 0191 584 0048 www.houghtongolfclub.co.uk

Billingham Tel: 01642 533816 www.billinghamgolfclub

Dinsdale Spa Tel: 01325 332297 www.dinsdalespagolfclub.co.uk

Ineos Golf Club Tel: 01325 303 525 www.ineosgolfclub.webs.com

Birtley Tel: 0191 410 2207 www.bietleyportobellogolfclub.co.uk

Dunstanburgh Castle Tel: 01665 576562 www.dunstanburgh.com

Ingleby Barwick Golf Academy Tel: 01642 767537 www. InglebyBarwickGolfAcademy.co.uk

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North East Directory

Knotty Hill Tel: 01740 620320 www.knottyhill.com

Ravensworth Tel: 0191 487 6014 www.ravensworthgolfclub.co.uk

The Northumberland Tel: 0191 236 2036 www.thengc.co.uk

Longhirst Hall Tel: 01670 791562 www.longhirstgolf.co.uk

Rockliffe Hall, Hotel - Golf - Spa Tel: 01325 729999 www.rockliffehall.com

Tynemouth Tel: 0191 257 4578 www.tynemouthgolfclub.com

Macdonald Linden Hall Tel: 01670 500011 www.macdonaldhotels.co.uk/lindenhall/golf

Roseberry Grange Tel: 0191 370 2047 Website n/a

Tyneside Tel: 0191 413 2742 www.tynesidegolfclub.co.uk

Magdalene Fields Tel: 01289 306130 www.magdalene-fields.co.uk

Rothbury Tel: 01669 621271 www.rothburygolfclub.com

Tynedale Tel: 01434 608154 www.tynedalegolfclub.co.uk

Matfen Hall Tel: 01661 886400 www.matfenhallgolf.co.uk

Ryton Tel: 0191 413 1642 www.rytongolfclub.co.uk

Wallsend Tel: 0191 262 1973 www.centurionparkwallsend.co.uk

Morpeth Tel: 01670 504942 www.morpethgolf.co.uk

Seahouses Tel: 01665 720794 www.seahousesgolf.co.uk

Warkworth Tel: 01665 711596 www.warkworthgolfclub.com

Mount Oswald Manor Tel: 0191 286 7527 www.mountoswald.co.uk

Seaham Tel: 0191 581 1268 www.seahamgolfclub.co.uk

Wearside Tel: 0191 534 2518 www.wearsidegolfclub.co.uk

Newbiggin-by-the-Sea Tel: 01670 817344 www.newbiggingolfclub.co.uk

Seaton Carew Tel: 01429 296496 www.seatoncarewgolfclub.co.uk

Westerhope Tel: 0191 286 7636 www.westerhopegolfclub.com

Newcastle United Tel: 0191 286 9998 www.newcastleunitedgolfclub.co.uk

Sharpley Golf Club Tel: 07789 220 505 www.sharpleygolf.co.uk

Whickham Tel: 0191 488 1576 www.whickhamgolfclub.co.uk

Norton Tel: 01642 676385 Website n/a

South Moor Tel: 01207 232848 www.southmoorgc.co.uk

Whitburn Tel: 0191 529 4944 www.golf-whitburn.co.uk

Oak Leaf Tel: 01325 316040 Website n/a

South Shields Tel: 0191 456 8942 www.ssgc.co.uk

Whitley Bay Tel: 0191 252 0180 www.whitleybaygolfclub.co.uk

Parklands Tel: 0191 236 4480 www.parklandsgolf.co.uk

Stocksfield Tel: 01661 843041 www.stocksfieldgolfclub.co.uk

Wooler Tel: 01668 281631 www.woolergolf.co.uk

Percy Wood Tel: 01670 787010 www.percywood.co.uk

Stressholme Tel: 01325 461002 www.darlington.gov.uk

The Wynyard Golf Club Tel: 01740 644399 www.wynyardgolfclub.co.uk

Ponteland Tel: 01661 822689 www.pontgolfclub.co.uk

Teesside Tel: 01642 616516 www.teessidegolfclub.com

Woodham Tel: 01325 320574 www.woodhamgolfandcountryclub.co.uk

Prudhoe Tel: 01661 836188 www.prudhoegolfclub.co.uk

The Darlington Tel: 01325 355324 www.darlington-gc.co.uk

Ramside Hall Tel: 0191 286 9514 www.ramsidehallhotel.co.uk

The Heworth Golf Club Tel: 0191 4699832 www.theheworthgolfclub.co.uk


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Bamburgh Castle Golf Club The Wynding, Bamburgh Northumberland, NE69 7DE Telephone: 01668 214378 sec@bamburghcastlegolfclub.co.uk w

BAMBURGH CASTLE

02. How to Find From the A1: Just 60 minutes drive North of Newcastle, and 4 miles from the A1, take either the B 1341 or the B 1342. The golf club can be found at the end of the Wynding, which leads off the main street in Bamburgh. The closest stops on the East Coast main railway line are both 30 minutes away at either Alnmouth or Berwick

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Putting Green, Club Hire, Trolley Hire, Electric Trolley Hire Buggy Hire

Course Information 18 holes, Par 68 • 5645 • 5273 • 5100 (70) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

3 180

10

3

193

2

3 213

11

4

358

3

5 532

12

4

423

4

5 487

13

4

411

5

4 342

14

3

164

6

3 223

15

4

417

7

4 300

16

4

286

8

3 162

17

4

257

9

4 359

18

4

338

Bamburgh Castle is one of the most beautiful and entertaining courses in Britain. It is short but tricky, fun but thought-provoking. It starts with two par 3s followed by two par 5s; there are six par 3s in all; the last three holes are a great finish to any round: a birdie is possible for any golfer at all three, but danger is never far away.

Signature Holes Hole 8: The Island. Par 3, 164 yards The short par three 8th hole is a real eye opener. Stunning panoramic views await you on this lofty tee from where you play across a grassy chasm to a small raised green, perched on top of a rocky ledge.

No matter what the weather may throw at you, no matter how well or poorly you may be playing, you will be inspired by your surroundings which include many of Northumberland’s finest landmarks... Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands, Budle Bay, the Cheviots and the iconic Bamburgh Castle.

Hole 4: Cheviot Way. Par 5, 485 yards On a clear day there is no finer sight than that of the Cheviots in the distance. To make birdie you must hit a long, accurate second to a narrowing landing area in front of a tricky green. Trouble is never far away in the form of steep drops down to the waters of beautiful Budle Bay.

Visit our website for the latest offers: www.bamburghcastlegolfclub.co.uk


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Brancepeth Castle Golf Club The Clubhouse, Brancepeth Village Durham, DH7 8EA

BRANCEPETH CASTLE

Telephone: 0191 3780075 Option 1 enquiries@brancepeth-castle-golf.co.uk www.brancepeth-castle-golf.co.uk

How to Find

All Photographs - Drunken Pig Images 2017

Brancepeth Castle Golf Club rests on the gentle hills and ravines of Mid-County Durham in the magnificent shadow the castle itself. A Harry Colt classic, Brancepeth Castle is known for its rolling fairways, firm greens, and spectacular views. Established in 1931 Brancepeth Castle Golf Club has long been a benchmark of quality championship golf in the Durham parkland, most recently hosting an England Golf Championship in 2015. It is a stern and treacherous test of golf, with exciting par 3’s and devilish little hollows persistently examining the mental fortitude and short game prowess of those who play. However, it is eternally fair, rewarding those who play with patience and sense with opportunities to score.

The front nine will see you navigate your way through some of the most beautiful parkland terrain in the Northeast, culminating with an infamous 9th. The 9th at Brancepeth is widely regarded as one of the toughest holes in the world, and as such offers sweet reward for those who manage to tame it. From the medal tees Brancepeth measures only 6400 yards, though do not be fooled. Five of the toughest par 3’s in the country loom along with only three very well-protected par 5’s to yield. The beautiful historical clubhouse and bar affords the ultimate atmosphere and the friendliest of welcomes.

Please visit our website for all our current offers www.brancepeth-castle-golf.co.uk

From the A1(M): Leave the motorway at Junction 62 and take the A690 passing through Durham, Neville’s Cross, Langley Moor and Meadowfield. On reaching Brancepeth Village, turn left at the first crossroads and then take the road to the left at the Castle gates. The Club is 250 yards down this road. From the A68: At the roundabout with the A689 turn towards Crook and then at the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A690, passing through Crook and Willington. On reaching Brancepeth Village turn right at the crossroads and then take the road to the left at the Castle gates. The Club is 250 yards down this road. Facilities Bar, Buggy Hire, Clubhouse, Practice Field, Practice Net, Putting & Chipping Greens, Food, Pro Shop, Golf Lessons, Swing Centre Course Information 18 holes, Par 70 • 6400 • 6234 • 6169 • 5599 (74) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 333

10

3

190

2

3 135

11

4

437

3

4 450

12

5

509

4

4 386

13

4

406

5

3 218

14

4

325

6

5 547

15

3

157

7

4 386

16

5

484

8

4 331

17

4

385

9

3 202

18

4

353


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Eaglescliffe Golf Club Yarm Road, Eaglescliffe Stockton on Tees, TS16 0DQ Telephone: 01642 780 238 secretary@eaglescliffegolfclub.co.uk www.eaglescliffegolfclub.co.uk

How to Find

EAGLESCLIFFE

From M1: Continue on Aberford by Pass (A1(M)). Take exit 49 toward THIRSK / A19 / TEESSIDE. Continue on A19. Take the ramp onto A67. Keep right at the fork, and merge onto A67. Turn left at A67. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Thirsk Rd (A67). Continue on Yarm Rd (A135)

All Photographs - Brian G Ramsden LRPS LBIPP

Facilities Should you be playing golf in the North East of England, a visit to Eaglescliffe is a must. Nestled beside the River Tees with the Cleveland Hills as a backdrop, the course has been described by Golf Monthly magazine as ‘a hidden gem’ of English golf.

Bar, Restaurant, Putting Green, Club Hire, Trolley Hire, Lessons, Club Shop, Buggy Hire, Snooker Room, Practice Area

Though picturesque, the course is demanding due to the nature of the rolling terrain and sloping greens and provides a challenge for both novice and experienced golfer alike.

Course Information 18 holes, Par 72 • 6289 • 6003 • 5646 (74) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 328

10

4

347

2

4 383

11

4

318

3

4 450

12

5

477

4

3 161

13

3

179

5

4 357

14

5

531

6

3 148

15

5

478

7

4 280

16

4

467

8

4 348

17

3

174

9

5 496

18

4

367

Eaglescliffe & District Golf Club lies one mile to the north of the historic medieval riverside town of Yarm, and is situated on rolling

EAGLESCLIFFE GOLF CLUB Please visit our website for all our current offers www.eaglescliffegolfclub.co.uk secretary@eaglescliffegolfclub.co.uk 01642 780 238

terrain shelving down to the River Tees. A short drive from the towns of Stockton, Darlington, and Middlesbrough, the area is readily accessible by road, rail, and air Eaglescliffe hosts regional and county events and is popular with societies and corporate groups who visit on a regular basis from all over the north of England. The excellent course and clubhouse, top class catering and a friendly welcome ensures that a visit to Eaglescliffe & District Golf Club is a pleasant and enjoyable experience.


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Hexham Golf Club Spital Park, Hexham Northumberland, NE46 3RZ Telephone: 01434 603072 info@hexhamgolf.co.uk www.hexhamgolf.co.uk

How to Find

HEXHAM

If heading north or south on the A1 take the A69 signposted Hexham and Carlisle for approx. 20 minutes. Go straight on at the main Hexham roundabout to stay on the A69 and after one mile turn left to exit the A69 via the B6531 slip road. Hexham Golf Club is approx. half a mile on the left. If heading north or south on the M6 take the A69 signposted Hexham for approx. 45 minutes. Turn right to exit the A69 via the B6531 slip road at the beginning of the dual carriageway at Hexham. Hexham Golf Club is approx. half a mile on the left. “As fine an inland course as you can find.” The words of Harry Vardon, designer of the original course, are as true today as they were in 1907 when he wrote them to the committee. The Spital course has a magnificent setting on the south bank of the Tyne, and makes full use of the rolling contours and thousands of mature trees to provide a course that is challenging enough to be a regular host of County and Regional events, both amateur and professional, and yet at 6,300 yards it is also enjoyable for the handicap golfer. The greens are regularly amongst the best in the County, and the views over the surrounding

Northumberland countryside are stunning. With its perfect setting, spectacular Georgian Grade One listed Clubhouse, and mouthwatering menus, Hexham Golf Club is undoubtedly one of the best venues in the region for corporate and society golf with many visitors returning year after year to enjoy the excellent facilities and warm welcome. Signature Hole: 18th, Par 4, 344 yards This magnificent closing hole requires a tough decision. Do you risk trying to drive the green or play safe? An accurate tee shot is needed, avoiding the out of bounds, with a large, heavily bunkered green as your final challenge.

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Function and Meeting rooms, Snooker Room, Squash Courts, Practice Ground, Putting Green, Buggy Hire, Trolley Hire, Pro Shop, Custom Fitting, Lessons Course Information 18 holes, Par 70 • 6294 • 6000 • 5737 (74) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

5 498

10

3

190

2

3 166

11

5

487

3

4 403

12

4

433

4

3 188

13

3

146

5

4 393

14

4

406

6

4 457

15

5

493

7

4 386

16

3

122

8

4 433

17

4

400

9

4 349

18

4

344

Twilight membership £320 - 4 month Trial membership £160 - Country Membership £504 - Visiting party packages available from £30 pp


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Matfen Hall Hotel, Golf & Spa Matfen Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE20 0RH Telephone: 01661 886400 golf@matfenhall.com www.matfenhall.com

How to Find

Facilities Hotel, Spa, Conference Facilities, 27 Hole Championship Course, 9 Hole Par 3 Course, Bar, Restaurant, Covered Driving Range, Trolley Hire, Buggy Hire, Pro Shop, Custom Fitting, Lessons

Course Information Douglas 9 holes, Par 36 • 3339 • 3164 • 2749

MATFEN HALL

If heading north or south on the A1 take the A69 signposted Hexham and Carlisle. Exit the A69 at Heddon on the Wall and pick up the B6318, just before the Three Tuns public house, heading west towards Chollerford. Continue on the B6318 for seven miles, the turning to Matfen is on the right.

Set in 300 acres of mature parkland with established burns and woodland, Matfen Hall’s 27 hole course is a rated as one of the finest in the region. The course is an enjoyable test for players of all abilities and incorporates challenging features from the dry stone ‘ha-ha’ to the fast flowing river Pont. Although the course is easily walked, buggies are available for hire during the main season. Visitors to the area are welcome to hire clubs and a trolley. Boasting a covered driving range and putting green, members and guests are

invited to brush-up on their technique before a game or simply enjoy these facilities throughout the year. Matfen’s high quality nine hole par three course is ideal for the less experienced player. Signature Holes The picturesque and fast flowing River Pont comes into play at several holes including the 14th, one of many strong par fours. The dog-legged 16th is the pick of the par fives, but Matfen’s signature hole is surely the long par three 17th with its narrow green sited teasingly just over the river.

Standing Stone 9 holes, Par 36 • 3361 • 3191 • 2820 (37) Dewlaw 9 holes, Par 36 • 3357 • 3023 • 2745 (37)

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Longhirst Hall Longhirst golf, known for having a beautiful relaxed setting, has an alluring layout with nice country views and undulating greens that add character to the golf courses.

Scenic lakes, elevated tees and well placed bunkers provide interesting features that contribute to its excitement. Course conditions are known for being some of the best in Northumberland. Longhirst Hall Golf Course was opened in June 1997. This layout now plays as The Old Course, with full spec winter greens if required. It has been skilfully modelled to provide some of the most stunning holes in the country. On the fascinating 17th, for example, you drive downhill past two lakes before aiming for a narrow green flanked by a pond on either side. The Lakes Course is a true test of accuracy. Tight fairways and an abundance of water make it a test for even the best golfers. A thoughtful progression around the course is required. The par 3, 6th and the par 4, 17th are truly stunning holes that have to be played to be believed. The Dawson Course is a more relaxing round of golf but can still give a bite if you’re not on your game. Wider fairways and large greens are more forgiving. Lakes and water feature in abundance again.


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Longhirst Hall Golf Course Longhirst, Morpeth Northumberland, NE61 3LL Telephone: 01670 791562 enquiries@longhirstgolf.co.uk www.longhirstgolf.co.uk

How to Find

Facilities Bar, Restaurant, Driving Range, Putting Green, Trolley Hire, Buggy Hire, Pro Shop, Lessons

Course Information The Old Course 18 holes, Par 72 • 7160 • 6572 • 6398 • 6005 • 5712

LONGHIRST HALL

From the A1: Take the A197 exit towards Morpeth. Slight right at A197. Go through 1 roundabout. Turn right at Bridge St/A197. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Damside/ A197. Continue to follow A197. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto B1337. Turn left to Golf Club.

The development at Longhirst Hall golf club in Northumberland has taken another major step forward with the opening of their 14 bay covered driving range range and academy. The joint venture between Longhirst and ex England cricket star Steve Harmsion, hopes develop future pro golfers onto the scene, as well as, offering the best possible environment in which to practice. Open to members and the general public, the comments on the opening day were hugely positive. Longhirst has also announced the arrival of Garrick Porteous as their touring pro. Winner of the British amateur championship, who

went on to play in the Masters and the British open. Garrick will do all his pre tournament preparation at Longhirst, as well as, helping to nurture the future talent. Graham Chambers, director of golf, said “ to have Steve create this superb facility, one of the best in the North, is a huge benefit to us and the area. To couple that with Garrick joining us makes for hugely exciting times here at Longhirst, and I’m looking forward to this progressive move” The facility is open to members and the general public. Contact www.longhirstgolf.co.uk for further details.

The Lakes Course 18 holes, Par 70 • 6562 • 6101 • 5643 • 5237 • 5076 The Dawson Course 18 holes, Par 72 • 7153 • 6713 • 6446 • 6002 • 5740

Longhirst Hall Golf Club, boasts two beautiful but different courses, offering the challenge of the American style Lakeland courses, coupled with the stunning surroundings of the Northumberland countryside. www.longhirstgolf.co.uk - info@longhirstgolf.co.uk - 01670 791562


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Ramside Hall Hotel and Golf Club Ramside is a golf resort and spa with 36 holes of championship standard golf set in lush, rolling countryside on the doorstep of Durham City.

Look South from its manicured fairways and greens and your eyes will find one of Britain’s greatest buildings, the UNESCO World Heritage Site Durham Cathedral and Castle, built by the Normans in 1093. Whilst the cobbled streets, medieval buildings and Durham’s revered University are centuries old, Ramside Golf Club celebrated its 21st birthday in 2017. Recent years have seen investment totalling £16m and the resort is now in the best shape of its life.

Golf Ramside has a superb location, close to the A1M heading North to Newcastle and beyond to Scotland. It enjoys excellent connectivity by rail, road and air for those golfers living within the North East and Yorkshire. Golf at Ramside is a thrilling blend of risk and reward with large lakes, dramatic doglegs, sweeping fairways, expansive bunkering and some of the biggest and truest greens you’ll ever putt on. The two courses are parkland, the oldest - The Prince Bishops’ – set in a leafy valley around the main estate, four star country house hotel and luxury spa and health club. Opened in 1996, The Prince Bishops’ Course has 16 man-made lakes dotted across a par-72 layout beautifully balanced between tricky short holes, reachable par fives and strong par-fours. Doglegs are par for the course and it helps if you can move the ball both ways off the tee and hit high soft-landing approach shots. The second, The Cathedral, opened in 2014 and is laid out on former farmland between quaint villages, through a wooded valley and alongside a rolling beck.

Amen for the Cathedral Course The course begins in the original Ramside estate but them crosses to a broad hilltop plateau, with views over Durham City, before dropping down into a picturesque wooded valley and returning to the clubhouse. The middle ‘hilltop holes’ are spectacular. You’ll enjoy wide-open skies and 360 views of the Durham countryside. These holes are exposed to the elements and a prevailing South Easterly wind gives the greens a links-like look and feel. They sit proudly, elevated as if part of the horizon, and are protected by the clever run-offs, swales and false fronts more often found in seaside golf. The ‘valley holes,’ from four through seven are peaceful and quiet. Here, two beautiful par-three’s interchange with a pair of muscular par-fives, defended by well-placed fairway and greenside bunkers. Later, the course returns to the valley for its most celebrated section. Designer Jonathan Gaunt calls the stretch of holes from the 11th to the 14th ‘Ramside’s Amen Corner,’ and credits the famous Georgia golf course as his inspiration in shaping the holes.


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Ramside Hall Carrville, Durham County Durham, DH1 1TD Telephone: 0191 3869514 helen.roseberry@ramsidehallhotel.co.uk www.ramsidehallhotel.co.uk/golf

How to Find

RAMSIDE HALL

From the North and South at junction 62 A1/M. Take the A690 towards Sunderland, straight through the traffic lights, under the Railway bridge and you should be in the right hand lane as our entrance is on your right. There is a filter lane but take care crossing in front of the oncoming traffic.

Facilities Hotel, Guest Farmhouse, Conference Facilities, Bar, 4 Restaurants, Steam and Sauna, 2 Championship Courses, 16 Bay Driving Range, Practice Areas, Club Hire, 36 Buggies, Trolley Health club and spa: 25m swimming pool, Gymnasium , timetable of classes, Private outdoor Infinity pool 14 treatment rooms, Beauty Snug , Fusion Restaurant Hire, Golf Tuition, Pro Shop.

Course Information Prince Bishops’ Course 18 holes, Par 72 • 6851 • 6520 • 6220 • 5610 (74) Cathedral Course 18 holes, Par 72 • 7176 • 6877 • 6558 • 6056 • 5687 (73)

The downhill par-three 12th is clearly a nod to Augusta’s iconic ‘Golden Bell’ but instead of Rae’s Creek, Sherburn Beck guards the front of the green. The beck is the defining feature at the par-four 13th and skirts the entire length of the hole just like Rae’s Creek does at the par-five 13th in Georgia. The Cathedral’s finishing stretch combines two gentle par-four holes with a fiendishly difficult 452-yard 17th hole. The route to the hole is punctuated by several lakes, fairway bunkers, encroaching trees and a difficult green. The 18th is a long par three played over a waiting lake before you reach the safety of a huge undulating green. Off Course: Recharge at The Spa at Ramside Golfers staying at Ramside Hall Hotel will love the opportunity to relax and unwind after golf at its luxury health club, gym, spa and pool. The Spa at Ramside features a 25m swimming pool, hydrotherapy pools, caldarium, infinity

pool, plunge pool, Rasul mud chamber, sauna, steam room and jacuzzi’s. There are also 12 treatment rooms, a state-of-the art gym, exercise studios, beauty salon and an Asian Fusion restaurant, café and bar. Golfers can stay on the Whole in One golf & spa package or purchase individual treatments designed specifically with the golfer in mind. The Golfer’s Tonic is a restorative massage treatment targeting the back, shoulders, legs and ankles and is the perfect way to restore your body to health after a day walking the fairways. Groups of golfers may also wish to stay in The Ramside Farmhouse, a five-bedroom farmhouse with private walled gardens, veranda and barbecue area located in the heart of The Prince Bishops Course. For more information about Ramside Golf Club, The Cathedral Course, Spa at Ramside and golf breaks, visit: www.ramsidehallhotel.co.uk


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Rockliffe Hall Hotel, Golf & Spa Recently named in Golf World’s Top 100 Golf Resorts and voted the ‘Best Golf Course in Europe’ in the Golfers’ Choice 2016 rankings, Rockliffe Hall is a first class golf resort located in the North East of England. As well as a championship golf course, the resort itself boasts a 61 bedroomed 5 star hotel, an award-winning spa and a choice of three dining establishments.


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Rockliffe Hall Hotel, Golf & Spa Hurworth on Tees, Darlington County Durham DL2 2DU Pro Shop: 01325 729980 golf@rockliffehall.com www.rockliffehall.com

ROCKLIFFE HALL

Facebook: rockliffehall Twitter: @Rockliffe_Golf Instagram: @rockliffe_hall How to Find Rockliffe Hall is nestled between the quiet villages of Hurworth and Croft on Tees in County Durham. Just five minutes from Darlington railway station, ten minutes from Durham Tees Valley Airport, fifty minutes from Newcastle International Airport and a world away from home… Satellite Navigation users, please enter our Post Code: DL2 2DU

Facilities Bar, Buggy Hire, Club Hire, Clubhouse, Driving Range, Food, Practice Area, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Golf Lessons, Leisure & Spa, Onsite Accommodation

Course Information 18 holes, Par 72 • 7879 • 7233 • 6848 • 6455 • 5812 H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 384

10

4

416

2

3 146

11

4

401

3

5 508

12

3

146

4

4 378

13

5

491

5

3 145

14

4

356

6

4 367

15

3

169

7

5 538

16

5

510

8

4 412

17

4

354

9

4 385

18

4

349

Designed by Hawtree, Rockliffe golf course is one of the longest in Europe at 7,879 yards from the back tees. While the course will give even the best professional tour golfer a stern test, most will find the five individual tee boxes on each hole a welcome addition, offering players of all abilities the chance to experience the challenge of Rockliffe Golf. Seven lakes, eight reed beds and thousands of new and mature trees have been added to an already scenic course and the A4 creeping bent grass greens have a slickness to them which sadly offer no excuses for missed putts.

Aside from the quality of this 18 hole championship course, the extra facilities play an important role in your Rockliffe Golf experience. This North East club boasts a fully stocked Pro Shop with brands such as Titleist, Ping, Under Armour and J Lindeberg. There are also extensive practice facilities, a covered 7 bay driving range, a luxurious yet relaxed clubhouse with attached restaurant, members’ area and private dining room. Additionally, the friendly golf services team (including 4 PGA professionals) are always on hand to help enhance your day.

TUESDAY 23RD JULY 2019

SUNDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER 2019

MASfab North of England Open Foursomes

Northern Golf Masters 2019

In its fourth year, attracting talented golfers from around the North of England, this 36 Hole Scratch Foursomes is open to professionals and amateur golfers with a maximum handicap of 5. There will be a £7,000 prize fund (based on 40 teams), a guaranteed 1st place prize of £1000 each with additional prizes down to 10th place, plus best 1st and 2nd round scores.

Calling all amateur golfers with a handicap of 5 or under! Enter the Northern Golf Masters for your chance to be named the best amateur golfer in the North. Experience a professional tour format when you play in this 18-hole scratch competition, now part of the Durham County Order of Merit.

With bacon rolls on arrival, shotgun start and prizes.

Any pairings permitted: £150 per pair

£35 per person

from £60 per pair

Open Pairs Competitions 3rd March 7th April 16th June 16th July (Seniors) 25th August 2019


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Slaley Hall Country Club Slaley Hall is an Edwardian mansion set in 1,000 acres of Northumberland countryside perfect for an idyllic short break, magical wedding venue or place for business.

The two courses at Slaley Hall, the Hunting and the Priestman, are rightly ranked among the very best in our region. Set in more than 1,000 acres of Northumberland moorland and forest, the championship golf courses are stern tests – the Hunting Course has hosted European, European Seniors, EuroPro Tour and PGA events. The Hunting requires great ability to play anywhere near to your handicap; the front nine is among the toughest stretches in the country, requiring long and straight tee shots, accurate approaches and an excellent putting stroke. The ninth, often switched to the 18th for major events, is widely regarded as one of the toughest par fours you will find in the region. Designed by Dave Thomas, the lush sweeping fairways, rolling moorland, streams and lakes, towering trees and banks of rhododendrons combine to provide an air of peace and tranquillity and a golfing experience you’ll never forget.


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Slaley Hall Hexham, NE47 0BX Telephone: 01434 673350 Email enquiries via website www.qhotels.co.uk How to Find

SLALEY HALL

Slaley Hall is easy to find from the A1. From the South, take the A68 link road and follow the signs to the Hall. From the North, take the A69 toward Corbridge. Then follow the A68 south and look for the signs.

Facilities Golf Academy: Take advantage of a course of coaching sessions with our PGA Professionals and try the video analysis or a playing lesson to accelerate your progress. Buggy and Club Hire: With a fleet of 44 buggies, give yourself the best golfing experience from £35 per buggy, for a more laid back approach; hire one of our Electric Motocaddy trolleys. Titleist rental clubs from £45 per round. Practice Areas: The fully equipped Driving Range is floodlit, so you can practice into the night. Two Putting Greens are also available as well as a Short Game Practice and bunker range. 19th Hole: The Claret Jug is the venue to relive your triumphs on the course. It serves simple modern food with an emphasis on the freshest local produce to refuel and treat you after your round.

Course Information Hunting Course 18 holes, Par 72 • 7088 • 6850 • 6530 • 5903 (75) Priestman Course 18 holes, Par 72 • 6951 • 6597 • 6271 • 5755

Slaley Hall Country Club - Unlimited golf on two championship courses - Full access to Slaley Halls leisure facilities - 20m Pool, Steam Room, Sauna & Jacuzzi - Fully equipped state of the art Gym - Complimentary Tea/Coffee & Soft Drinks in our Country Club Members Lounge - Benefit from preferential SCC Member car parking Country Club Membership Discounts & Benefits - 20% off food & beverage throughout the hotel - 10% off golf retail - An extended 21 day booking window - 15% discount off the ‘best available rate’ on B&B across all QHotels - Access to a great range of competitive & social golf events throughout the year - Play reciprocal rounds of golf at 9 other QHotels venues listed below - Oulton Hall, Leeds - Belton Woods, Lincolnshire - Dunston Hall, Norwich - Aldwark Manor Golf & Spa Hotel, Nr York

Q Fairways Points Membership This is a flexible golf membership in which you play using points that you have purchased. The points that you will be charged for each round will vary due to the time of day and year You can also use these points at all of the QHotels courses previously mentioned. They can be used to hire trolleys, electric trolleys and buggies. Points are sold in multiples of 100 which are listed below: 100 points = £375 for use of our two courses and the Spa 200 points = £750 for use of our two courses, the Spa and Leisure 300 points = £1,125 for use of our two courses, the Spa and Leisure (Joint Membership) 400 points = £1,500 for use of our two courses, the Spa and Leisure (Family Membership) 500 points = £1,875 Corporate points membership

- The Westerwood Hotel & Golf Resort, Nr Glasgow - Telford Hotel & Golf Resort, Shropshire - Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort, North Lincolnshire

SCC Membership Prices Category Annual 5 Day Golf Only £695.00 5 Day SCC £820.00 5 Day Golf Only Joint £1,285.00 5 Day SCC Joint £1,430.00 5 Day Corporate £4,075.00 7 Day Golf Only 7 Day SCC 7 Day Golf Only Joint 7 Day SCC Joint 7 Day Corporate

£995.00 £1,275.00 £1,685.00 £2,035.00 £4,920.00

26-30 (with leisure) £820.00 22-25 (with leisure) £500.00 18-21 (no leisure) £295.00 Junior £99.00


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South Moor Golf Club The Middles, Craghead, Stanley County Durham, DH9 6AG Telephone: 01207 283 525 secretary@southmoorgc.co.uk www.southmoorgc.co.uk How to Find

SOUTH MOOR

Via the A1 motorway, use Junction 63 to Chester-le-Street and Stanley and take the 1st exit at roundabout. At next roundabout, take the 2nd exit signposted B6313 to Chester-le-Street. Just past Aldi on right, bear right at mini roundabout. Go straight at traffic lights, and continue on B6313 for 4 miles. Turn right at cross roads on to B6532 and Middles Road. You are now less than a mile away from the entrance to South Moor Golf Club which is on your left. Facilities

Our Dr Alister MacKenzie designed course is a stunning county championship venue, oozing natural charm as it winds between gorse, heather and bracken around an enticing heathland layout. Each hole presents a different challenge and golfers who like putting on large and Augusta National style greens will enjoy negotiating their undulating surfaces. This is the trademark of a genius whose portfolio also included Augusta, Cypress Point and Royal Melbourne. No wonder the name Alister MacKenzie is forever enshrined in the World Golf Hall of Fame. Andrew Mair, a course designer of 45 years’ experience and a keen student of MacKenzie’s work, suggests South

Moor is a fine example of MacKenzie at his best, saying: “South Moor is proof that the ideal course designer needs the soul of an artist, the brain of an engineer and the heart of a golfer. Each hole is individually designed and not only are there are no replicas, but also what you get here you can’t get anywhere else. You never see any MacKenzie green repeated anywhere. Every green he ever created is different yet a lot of modern course architects roll out a template. So their fourth hole on one course might be a ninth hole somewhere else.” The club motto at South Moor, nil nisi optimum, is appropriate. Translated from the Latin, it means “nothing but the best”.

Newly refurbished clubhouse, Top-class changing rooms, showers and lockers, CustomFitGolf discount store, State-of-the-art indoor fitting and coaching facility, Alister MacKenzie themed Astroturf short game practice area, Two putting greens - including one with an Astroturf surface, Driving practice area. Course Information 18 holes, Par 72 • 6293 • 6076 • 5502 (73) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

3 161

10

5

534

2

5 465

11

3

143

3

3 147

12

5

512

4

4 405

13

4

404

5

4 314

14

3

186

6

4 311

15

4

354

7

4 390

16

5

439

8

4 364

17

4

380

9

4 402

18

4

362

Visit our website for the latest news & offers www.southmoorgc.co.uk


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The Tynemouth Golf Club LTD. Spital Dene, King Edward Road Tynemouth, North Shields, NE30 2ER Telephone: 0191 257 4598 secretary@tynemouthgolfclub.com www.tynemouthgolfclub.com Facebook: tynemouthgc Twitter: @tynemouthgc

How to Find

TYNEMOUTH

Approach from North or South on the A19, the follow A193 towards Tynemouth and then left onto A192 Preston Road North. Right onto Preston Avenue and follow to junction of Preston Avenue and King Edward Road, Golf Club is on your left.

Facilities Fully Licensed Bar Open Licence, Buggy Hire, Club Hire, Clubhouse & Restaurant, Practice Range, Short Game Practice Area, Putting Green, Professional John McKenna one of the top 100 teaching Professionals, Pro Shop indoor and outside Golf Lessons, fully equipped simulator and flight scope.

Course Information 18 holes, Par 70 • 6313 • 6010 • 5581 (73) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 389

10

4

362

2

4 359

11

3

189

3

3 182

12

5

565

4

4 390

13

4

385

5

4 415

14

4

404

6

4 374

15

4

368

7

3 139

16

4

360

8

5 514

17

3

172

9

4 370

18

4

376

Tynemouth Golf Club celebrated its centenary in 2013. This year the Ladies section under Ladies Captain Kim McKenna celebrate their centenary. Tynemouth is one of the most attractive and satisfying parkland golf courses in the north east. This par 70, 18 hole course is situated only minutes from the coast close to the historic village of Tynemouth. The course offers a very fair challenge to all levels of golfer and the fact that the course record of 65 is the best any golfer, professional or amateur, has managed so far, suggests the course is not as simple as it first appears.

Memberships Available: Full ladies and Gents, Intermediate, Flexible Playing Scheme, Corporate please contact the Club for details. Benefits of full membership: Full members can enjoy a reciprocal agreement with Stocksfield, Seahouses and Tynemouth and can play these courses at no cost. There is also a partnership agreement with 12 other courses locally where full members can get hugely discounted green fees. Finally Tynemouth is a member of the Braid Association and can play all other members of the society in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales at very preferential rates.

Visit our website for the latest news & offers www.tynemouthgolfclub.com


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Tyneside Golf Club Westfield Lane, Ryton, Tyne & Wear, NE40 3QE Telephone: 0191 413 2742 peter.smith@tynesidegolfclub.co.uk www.tynesidegolfclub.co.uk

How to Find

TYNESIDE

Seven miles west of Newcastle upon Tyne, off B6317 in Ryton village.

Facilities

Tyneside Golf Club is the oldest inland club in the North East of England; formed in 1879 and still regarded as among the finest parkland courses in the region. It’s not only our history that we are proud of. We boast a challenging though enjoyable 18 hole layout which is renowned for the quality of its greens and which resists the elements remarkably well. Perched on the “Falls” of old Ryton Village, our club is tucked away in peaceful surroundings, a short drive from Newcastle City Centre and Newcastle International Airport. Our somewhat “secret” location has not prevented the club’s reputation spreading far beyond the banks of the River Tyne.

Our course is one of the most highly rated in the North East of England. This is not only because of its layout and condition, but also because it drains so freely and is available for play when other courses have to close. The course also winters remarkably well and we rarely use temporary greens. Hole 13, “The Coffin”, Par 4, 410 yards The signature hole of the course. A good drive to the left half of the fairway leaves a difficult second shot (as the bottom of the flag is not always visible) to the coffin shaped green that is well guarded on the left side by a number of bunkers. A par is an excellent result on this hole.

Bar, Restaurant, Putting Green, Practice Ground, Trolley Hire, Buggies, Pro Shop, Club Fitting, Lessons, 6 hole Par 3 course

Course Information 18 holes, Par 70 • 6103 • 5851 • 5504 (73) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 351

10

5

490

2

4 468

11

4

355

3

4 387

12

3

172

4

4 389

13

4

410

5

4 395

14

4

305

6

3 195

15

4

281

7

5 521

16

3

120

8

4 343

17

4

382

9

3 152

18

4

387

Visit our website for the latest news & offers: www.tynesidegolfclub.co.uk


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Whickham Golf Club Hollinside Park, Fellside Road Newcastle upon Tyne, NE16 5BA Telephone: 0191 488 1576
 enquiries@whickhamgolfclub.co.uk www.whickhamgolfclub.co.uk Twitter: @WhickhamGC

How to Find

WHICKHAM

Five miles south west of Newcastle upon Tyne turn off A1 at sign for Whickham. In Whickham take road signposted to Burnopfield (ie Fellside Road) and proceed to golf club

Facilities Clubhouse: Lounge, Bar, Restaurant, Spike Bar, Snooker room with two full size tables Course: Putting Green, Practice Facilities, 2 Man Buggies, Fairway Rider Singles & Trolley Hire, Golf Shop, Club Repairs, Lessons.

Course Information 18 holes, Par 71 • 6286 • 6095 • 5598 (74) H OLE

PAR

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

4 408

10

5

502

2

4 359

11

4

403

3

5 488

12

4

327

4

4 355

13

3

159

5

3 200

14

4

360

6

4 389

15

4

346

7

4 398

16

5

470

8

3 181

17

3

175

9

4 339

18

4

427

2016 will prove to be another landmark year for Whickham Golf Club. The new Hollinside Park course layout and new Sport England Academy Practice Facilities opening later this year. The Club has continued to flourish and has reinvested substantially to develop its course with a redevelopment plan that has transformed the original par 68 into a challenging par 71 layout. The original 3rd and 4th (Quarry) holes have been blended to create a demanding par 5, 3rd hole. A new 4th hole is a par 4 dogleg which rises gently up Bird Hill to a green that features spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. The new par 3, 5th is a testing 200 yards to the original but reshaped 5th green. The 16th hole was remodeled and brought into play last season and features

5 new bunkers. This original par 4 is now designated, a par 5, you will do well to avoid the bunkers. The Club’s practice facilities are experiencing a serious make over thanks to a successful Inspired Facilities award from SportEngland. Planning approval has been received and work is about to begin on a covered, three bay driving range and an indoor teaching suite equipped with the latest GC2 simulator. There will also be a first class short game practice area alongside the existing practice putting green. The Club has been working to ensure the new Academy Facilities are used to fulfil the commitment we made to SportEngland “to provide first class golf development in our community”.

Check online for our best value offers: www.whickhamgolfclub.co.uk


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Whitley Bay Golf Club The club was founded in 1890 and initially started out on a 2 mile strip of land along the links but eventually moved to its current location in the early 1900’s.


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Whitley Bay Golf Club Claremont Road, Whitley Bay Tyne & Wear, NE26 3UF Telephone: 0191 2520180 Pro Shop: 0191 2525688 whitleybaygolfclub@virginmedia.com www.whitleybaygolfclub.co.uk Facebook: WhitleyBayGolfCourse Twitter: WhitleyBayGC

WHITLEY BAY

How to Find From the South: Via the A19, come through the Tyne Tunnel and follow the coast road A1058 to Tynemouth, then take the road along the sea front through Cullercoats & Whitley Bay, pass Spanish City, turn left at the roundabout up Monkseaton Drive and take a right at next roundabout along Claremont Road. The Club entrance is on the left just after the school. From the North: Follow the A1 to A19 and then take the A1058 and follow directions as above. Facilities Bar, Buggy Hire, Club Hire, Clubhouse, Driving Range, Food, Practice Area, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Golf Lessons, 3 Bay indoor studio with Skytrac and GC2 Course Information 18 holes, Par 72 • 6579 • 6304 (71) • 5754 (74) H OLE

PAR

An exhibition match between Harry Vardon and Ted Ray was held on the 2nd July 1913 to celebrate the opening, whilst a European Tour event was held in 1977, featuring players such as Seve Ballesteros, Nick Faldo and Greg Norman. Today the course has undergone many changes since that period and more recently holes 6 to 10 have been completely redesigned and opened for play in May 2017. The course is a challenging test of golf for all standards of player and presented to a

• YDS

H OLE

PAR

• YDS

1

5 476

10

4

356

2

4 422

11

4

414

3

3 172

12

5

582

4

4 377

13

3

162

5

4 391

14

4

390

6

5 515

15

4

384

7

4 374

16

4

409

8

4 352

17

3

189

9

3 155

18

5

459

very high standard from tee to green. Views from various locations on the course are truly spectacular, whether taking in the course architecture, design and conditioning or looking out to sea beyond St Mary’s Lighthouse. The course is widely regarded as one of the finest and often challenging courses of the North East Area due to its undulating fairways with a dene running through that requires a good drive and carry to successfully negotiate it on several of the holes. It has an inland links feel to its overall design.

Please visit our website for all our current offers www.whitleybaygolfclub.co.uk


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CostaLessGolf S.L. has been established on the Costa Del Sol since 2005 and is a company that has been designed by golfers for golfers. Their first hand extensive specialist knowledge of golf package holidays, golf courses, hotels and destinations throughout Europe is one of the reasons why they have succeeded. Now nominated for the best inbound and outbound Tour Operator in both 2018 & 2019 by the Global Golf Awards. CostaLessGolf have launched a brand new website, here you will easily find all the destinations they work in throughout Europe and Turkey. CostaLessGolf provide the best discounted golf package holidays, green fees, accommodation in 3*, 4*& 5* hotels, car hire and luxury private transfers. You can book a

single green fee to a full package up to any size of group. So take a look on their website: www. costalessgolf.com today as you will be amazed what you can save. Also why not travel with CostaLessGolf in the surrounding areas of the Costa Del Sol, within a few hours drive you can have a totally new experience by booking a golf break to some fantastic golf resorts such as Desert Springs, Valle del Este, Fairplay, Arcos Gardens, El Rompido, Islantilla and many more. CostaLessGolf are official members of IAGTO and have some amazing deals to offer you. CostaLessGolf services are not only provided throughout mainland Spain but also throughout the Canary Islands, Balearic Islands, Portugal, and Turkey.

They cater for individuals, couples and large groups of golfers with handicaps at all levels of ability. CostaLessGolf also offer a golf club hiring service with a choice of top brands including Callaway, Cobra, Cleveland and TaylorMade with free delivery to local courses and prices start from only 15.00€ per day. With a ¨Best for Less¨ guarantee, contact them for a free no obligation quote on 0034 952 661 849 or email: enquiries@costalessgolf. com you can book Special Offers or select your own tailor made golf package holiday. They also specialise in groups where further discount apply and 1 in 8 players go free on selected courses. To see so much more go to www.costalessgolf.com today.


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Perfect Golf Holidays on the Costa del Sol

Sunset Beach Club 4* Hotel-Apartments are the ideal choice for your golf holiday in Spain. Perfectly located 20 minutes from Malaga airport on the seafront of Benalmådena, and with the Costa del Sol’s top golf courses within easy reach, you will not be disappointed.

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Golfers won’t take long to find the hotel’s Golf Desk, which is located in the main Reception area, and open 6 days a week, all year round. Here you can book golf packages, car hire and transfers in advance or you can simply book a round during your stay. Make sure to ask about special green fee offers at Sunset Beach Club’s sister resort of La Cala, where you will find three championship courses. A golf club hire service is also available, which comes in handy, if you want to travel light. The golf desk also caters for groups and golf societies. They can assist group leaders by organizing transfers, welcome parties, prize giving ceremonies, excursions, day trips and anything else to make sure your group’s golf holiday runs smoothly. After a day on the golf course, the hotel’s Panorama Bar is a popular meeting point. With stunning views, large TV’s showing all the main sporting events and a daily happy hour in the evenings, this is the ideal place to share golf tales over a pint or two. If you fancy heading out, the hotel is within easy reach of local bars, restaurants, casino, Benalmádena Marina, and fantastic nightlife. Keep fit enthusiasts won’t take long to find Boyd’s Fitness Centre, on the first floor of the hotel. Here you will find a very well equipped gym, sauna, indoor pool, exercise classes, and great discounts for hotel guests. The 1 bedroom apartments at Sunset Beach Club are suitable for two golfers sharing, with a twin bedroom (separated from the lounge by sliding doors), lounge/dining area, kitchenette, large wardrobe (can easily fit golf bags), free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning/heating, and terrace with table and chairs. Golfing couples may wish to treat themselves to a stay in an open-plan Deluxe Junior Suite, which have a large kingsize bed, guaranteed sea views, and luxury details, such as bathrobes and welcome vanity pack. Take the first step towards a fabulous golf holiday by visiting the Golf Section of the website www.sunsetbeachclub.com or by contacting the Golf Desk directly with any questions, or for a tailor-made quote: golf@sunsetbeachclub.com

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“The Jewel of Mijas” Hotel Tamisa Golf - Mijas Golf, Costa del Sol

Located just 5 minutes drive from Fuengirola, the impressive Tamisa Hotel is easy to find in the Mijas Golf Valley. This four star, modern, Andalucían-style hotel offers well appointed accommodation, all with commanding views of the beautiful Mijas golf courses and the Sierra de Mijas beyond. Each of the twenty spacious and luxurious double rooms and four junior suites offer a mini bar, en-suite bathroom, safety deposit box, hot and cold air conditioning, state of the Art Bang & Olufsen TV’s (with UK channels), and each private terrace has spectacular views overlooking the pool area and golf course. The Hotel Bar, with it’s cosy interior and wonderful outdoor terrace around the Swimming Pool, is the ideal place for a

leisurely drink, cocktails or a light snack at any time of the day. It’s also the place where you can take advantage of the ‘happy hour’ every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from 6-8pm. For those who enjoy Gourmet food, the Hotel’s “Restaurante Tamisa” is also open to non-residents and specialises in International and traditional cuisine, and during the summer months, meals are served out on the terrace. The Tamisa is well known on the Costa del Sol Golf circuit with many UK Golf Societies using the hotel as their annual base - its renowned for its efficient and friendly staff and is well versed in dealing with the day to day demands of today’s Golfer. The Hotel’s own Mini-Bus’s are complimentary for resident Golfers, either with or without a driver - (some Societies

prefer to drive themselves and spend a little more time at the Clubhouse, rather than worrying about pick-up times), and the hotel caters for this. Airport transfers and Golf Club Hire can also be arranged to remove any hassle when arriving at Malaga Airport. Other facilities at Hotel Tamisa include the ‘Wellness Centre’, (which is free for hotel guests), with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Jacuzzi, sauna, gym and massage centre. Hotel Tamisa Golf Mijas Costa, Costa del Sol Tel: (+34) 952 585 988 reservas@hoteltamisagolf.com www.hoteltamisagolf.com


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El Chaparral Golf Club

Enjoying nature in all its glory while playing golf, breathing in the fragrance of the pine trees, listening to the songs of the birds and allowing yourself to be enchanted by the beautiful panoramic views - this is just one of the many attractions of El Chaparral, the Costa del Sol golf club set in the municipality of Mijas, and neighbouring the municipality of Marbella.

The personalised, courteous and professional attention offered by all of our employees is another characteristic which distinguishes El Chaparral. Equally outstanding is its club house, built in the Andalusian style and overlooking the sea, which provides additional services including a restaurant, live music, a golf shop, club repair, a conference room, a beauty parlour and a hairdresser. The club house is elegantly decorated and is equipped with luxury facilities with different atmospheres as well as a spacious terrace with unbeatable views of the golf course and the sea. Spectacular would be the word that best defines the sensation of playing at El Chaparral, which is capable of hosting any kind of top-level event, whether amateur or professional. The course consists of 18 holes set in unique and privileged surroundings on the Costa del Sol. Close to the sea (700 metres from the beach) and surrounded by vast woods of Canary Island pines and native Mediterranean

woodland, El Chaparral offers players what all golfers are searching for: peacefulness. Designed by Pepe Gancedo, this is the only course on the Costa del Sol with six par 5’s, six par 4’s and six par 3’s. It is not a very long course (5,800 metres) and it includes a wide variety of holes which can be enjoyed by players of all levels. It is a demanding circuit which requires skill and precision, with greens which provide outstanding conditions throughout the whole year. Its ease of access, at just 700 metres off the N340 highway, places it right at the head of Golf Valley in Mijas, which is a world-famous destination for golfers. El Chaparral has a top-class international golf school with highly qualified PGA professionals, each with their own teaching method, as well as the latest video and computer technology, whether for teaching beginners or for helping advanced players who wish to perfect their swing.

The floodlit driving range is open every day of the year until nine o’clock in the evening. It was designed with all kinds of professionals in mind, who, due to a lack of time, can only enjoy their free time once they have finished work for the day. It has a practice tee made of wood, with two heights and space for 32 players. There is also a 1000-square metre practice green for approach and putt, making this one of the best practice areas in Mijas Costa. El Chaparral has become a benchmark for golf courses on the Costa del Sol thanks to its delightful surroundings, its impeccable facilities, its high quality of service and its good value for money. Contact Details El Chaparral Golf Club, Urb. El Chaparral N-340, Km 203, 29648 Mijas Costa Tel.: (+34) 952 587 733 reservas@golfelchaparral.com www.golfelchaparral.com


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Cabopino Golf Marbella

Cabopino Golf is situated on the border between Marbella and Mijas Costa, opposite the charming little marina of Cabopino. The course was designed by Juan Ligues Creus. The layout presents spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding pine forest. Cabopino Golf allows all categories of handicap golfers to enjoy a day out. At the entrance

to Cabopino Golf we find the excellent facilities of the golf Academy and driving range. The driving range has a capacity for 60 players, with a depth of 250 mts, and 160 mts, wide distance markers, bunkers, and the natural layout amongst the pine forest make an interesting and challenging practise session. The academy offers classes for individual ladies and gentlemen, groups of children, and corporative groups.

SIgnature Hole Amongst the many spectacular holes, the par 4, third would be one to mention. Your tee box perched on the side of the cliff, presents you with a tee shot that has a drop of nearly 80m to the fairway, you then face an elevated green protected by a large bunker. Holes thirteen and fifteen are also attractive, with streams and lakes. The tenth tee provides a magnificent view of the back nine and the Mediterranean Sea.

Contact Details Cabopino Golf Marbella Urb. Artola Alta S/N, Apdo 2135, 29604 Marbella Tel.: (+34) 951 607 004 Mob: (+34) 638 927 271 reservas@cabopinogolfmarbella.com www.cabopinogolfmarbella.com

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