Yorkshire Golf Clubs


The first course designed by the great Dr Alister MacKenzie, also a founder member, Alwoodley is a classy blend of moorland and heathland to the north of Leeds.


A true classic, Moortown has been on the ‘must play’ list of every serious golfer since it was crafted by Dr Alister MacKenzie in 1909 and then hosted the Ryder Cup 20 years later.


Ganton has tangible links quality with its tight, springy turf and dense gorse bushes. There are also crops of pine trees and some of the biggest bunkers you will ever see on a golf course


While Fulford’s 6,900 yards off the backs led to Fulford’s retirement from the tour. It is still plenty long enough to challenger those of us that consider golf to be a hobby.


Situated some 5 miles to the North of Leeds City Centre in rolling countryside, there are splendid views over Eccup reservoir and the Yorkshire Dales 


The course was laid out and shaped in the early 20th Century by a number of eminent architects including Dr Alister MacKenzie and Harry S. Colt.

York (Strensall)

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.

Moor Allerton

Over a period of 40 years Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed or modified more than 500 courses world-wide. Moor Allerton Golf Club is the only course he designed in the UK. It is unique.