Normanton Golf Club, incorporating the highly regarded Hatfeild Hall Conference, Banqueting and Wedding venue, is able to offer a small number of businesses the chance to reach a large number of localresidents from the West Yorkshire area, not to mention visiting parties and business's to our golf course and banqueting suite.
The Club is located in West Yorkshire and is just a short ride away from the exciting city of Leeds. With an excellent 18 hole golf course and superb facilities and services in the Clubhouse, the Clubis geared up to hosting members, casual visitors, golf societies and corporate customers. It is located ideally only 5 minutes from the M62 and 10 minutes from the A1 thus making it very accessible from the North, South, East and West.
We are located in Xscape Yorkshire, which is the ultimate entertainment destination, where you can play, eat and shop all under one roof! Volcano Falls Adventure Golf is an adventure 65 Million Yearsin the making, a quest you will never forget. Set on a mysterious island amid dense jungle, an exploding volcano, plunging waterfall and ferocious T-Rex lies two challenging indoor 18 hole mini golf courses, waiting to be defeated.
Mark Davis is a PGA qualified golf professional and instructor based at the Golf Academy in the prestigious setting of Waterton Park in Wakefield. Located in beautiful surroundings, this 18 hole golfcomplex also boasts a brand new covered floodlit driving range, short game area ideal for chipping, pitching and bunkers plus 2 putting greens.
Welcome to Wakefield Golf Club, a traditional club with a modern outlook. Our Club was founded in 1891, and we recently celebrated 100 years on our current site. We have much to be proud of, includinga wonderfully well established, easy-walking course, which is set in undulating parkland and is widely regarded as one of the best in the region. Many mature trees line our fairways and each hole provides challenges to golfers of all abilities.
The City of Wakefield Golf Club is a superb municipal facility two miles west of Wakefield in West Yorkshire. This facility is generally regarded as one of the more popular municipals in the regionand is well known for providing a memorable challenge to players of all abilities. The course, of parkland nature, features generous fairways which are ideal to test all types of shot. If the wind blows you'll need good course management and a steady hand in order to hit the greens in regulation.
South Leeds Golf Club is a traditional golf club with a modern approach that ticks all the boxes. A great golf course, a spacious comfortable and relaxing clubhouse, and friendly staff and memberscombine to provide a memorable experience for all visiting golfers. The course originally opened for play back in 1906 but was re-designed in 1923 by Dr Alister Mackenzie, only a matter of years before he assisted Bobby Jones in creating Augusta National, the host venue of the Masters Tournament.
Since piloting similar events in 2014 at Cookridge Hall, over 350 children have entered, which has included 95 different children who have all played at least 2 events! Of these 95 children, 20% arenow active playing members of Cookridge Hall Golf Club. This junior series can grow your membership too! Using a coloured golf course system, children play on courses designed to suit their personal needs. As they grow, the course grows!
Nestling in the heart of Roundhay, adjoining the Park, Roundhay Golf Club is a delightful 9-hole golf course suitable for all playing standards. For over 90 years, players of all ages and handicapshave enjoyed the challenge of this welcoming municipal course.
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 in1861,62,64 and 1867. It was later made into an 18 hole layout by Ted Ray from Ganton in 1906 and further alterations were overseen 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.