Yorkshire, formally known as the County of York, is a historic county of Northern England and the largest in the United Kingdom. The emblem of Yorkshire is the White Rose of the English royal House of York. From its lively cities to pretty villages, rolling countryside and grand coastline, Yorkshire has so much to offer.

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Played on: 21 October 2021 Review date: 21 October 2021Handicap: 10.5
Hessle Golf Club
Op uitnodiging gespeeld, helaas geen gebruik gemaakt van de oefenfaciliteiten. Mooie baan met diversiteit aan bomen. Greens prima in orde, net als de fairways en de T-boxen. Zeker nog een keer spelen.
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Played on: 18 October 2021 Review date: 20 October 2021Handicap: 10.5
Ganstead Park Golf Club
Op uitnodiging gespeeld. Zeer vriendelijke mensen. Geen driving-range, kleine putting green. T-boxen matig, fairways en greens OK. Nog een keer spelen... alleen op uitnodiging.
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Review date: 8 March 2021Handicap:
Flamborough Head Golf Club
When you drive up to Flamborough Head Golf Club, the first thing that strikes you is the oldest surviving lighthouse in England. ⁠ ⁠ Flamborough Head is arguably an unusual choice for the Alphabet golf series, but its isn’t always about the best golf courses; the named golf courses. To me it is about the whole package. Here you are always certain of a warm and friendly we…
Played on: 30 December 2020 Review date: 14 February 2021Handicap: 9
Dewsbury District Golf Club
A great test of all golf skills.
Played on: 16 December 2020 Review date: 13 January 2021Handicap: 6
Hornsea Golf Club
Played in the winter and during vivid restrictions so the clubhouse was not open. The course was under winter rules but I could see that the course had a great layout and the course design was good with some long par 4's but also testing par 5s and good par 3's Would really like to play in the summer months as the greens looked as though they could be very testing when r…
Played on: 15 December 2020 Review date: 10 March 2021Handicap: 15
Headingley Golf Club
Quality course on the very north edge of Leeds - course very varied with a great selection of challenging holes. There are 3 testing Par 5's with 4 Par 3's with a good variety of challenging Par 4's The course is usually in very good condition even through winter where Headingley is often open when its neighbours are closed due to waterlogged courses. Good bar with one of…
Played on: 7 November 2020 Review date: 14 February 2021Handicap: 21.6
Ingleby Barwick Golf Academy
Great course, clubhouse was closed for refurbishments - so couldn’t comment on the facilities there.
Played on: 6 October 2020 Review date: 27 November 2020Handicap: 6
Malton & Norton Golf ClubMalton & Norton Golf Club, ParkMalton & Norton Golf Club, Welham
A cracking golf course. Just outside York, visited twice now with our course being closed. For winter the golf course was in great condition, green staff working hard to clear the leaves and keep the greens in good condition. Pro shop very welcoming and also staff in the club house after. Great food.
Played on: 3 October 2020 Review date: 14 February 2021Handicap: 21.6
Middlesbrough Municipal Golf Club
Good course, cheap too! Course was well maintained - a great course for beginners - allowing you to play at your own pace.
Played on: 11 September 2020 Review date: 22 September 2020Handicap: 16
Concord Park
It’s a 40 minute drive for me to get out to the course and I’ve done it multiple times over the last couple years. Because it’s an interesting course and great value for the price. There are some interesting par three’s, A couple dog leg power fours & hilly terrain with nicely kept greens. Fairways are wide and good scores are available without any real tight holes.

Play golf in Yorkshire

North Yorkshire is quite popular among tourist, mainly supported by the presence of two national parks: Yorkshire Dales National Park and North York Moors National Park. The Three Peaks area in the Yorkshire Dales is probably the most popular amongst tourists. When visiting Yorkshire, the following highlights shouldn't be missed: Castle Howard, the city of York, the Cleveland Way Trail, Wentworth Castle, Whitby Abbey, Leeds and the national parks which we already mentioned. If you are planning to play golf in Yorkshire, then the following Yorkshire golf clubs shouldn't be missed: Ganton Golf Club, The Alwoodley Golf Club, Moortown, Lindrick and Fulford Golf Club. But, Yorkshire has many other interesting golf clubs to offer, the best and the highest density of clubs can be found around Leeds and Sheffield and along the Yorkshire coast. Getting to Yorkshire by public transport couldn't be easier and regular services link many of the area's most popular destinations. High speed trains from London or Edinburgh get you to the heart of Yorkshire in less than two hours. Mainland Europe (the Netherlands & Belgium) can be reached from Hull via regular ferry services. Yorkshire also several airports, of which Leeds Bradford Airport is the largest.
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