York Golf Club opened in 1890. After 13 years on the now famous Knavesmire, the club moved in 1904 to Strensall where the course was designed by JH Taylor, 5 times winner of the Open Championship.
A great mixture of heathland and parkland in the heart of Strensall Common. Each hole is tree-lined from tee to green, and is a challenging but fair test of golf.
Recognized as a ‘hidden gem’ and enjoyed by many visitors each year, whether your handicap is ‘low single figures’ or a ‘little bit more’ you will find the course a fair and varying challenge. Nowadays, the greens are regularly acclaimed to be amongst the finest in Yorkshire.
‘Strensall‘ – as York Golf Club is known locally – has extensive practice facilities and you are assured a warm welcome.