A fairly flat tree-lined course of 6,250 yards, Harrogate has strategically placed bunkers and copses to catch the unwary and the many mature trees makes the course more difficult than its length suggests. The last six holes include five par fours, including a quartet exceeding 400 yards, but the 179 yard 12th is the signature hole, played from a raised tee to a tricky green. The next is a long par four of 469 yards with out of bounds on the right and Belmont Wood left. One of the virtues of Harrogate is that the condition of the course is generally first class.
Information on Harrogate Golf Club , Forest Lane Head , Harrogate
Course Statistics (Medal Tees): 18 Holes, 6198yds, Par 69 SSS 70. Large practice ground, covered net.
Visitor Green Fees: Summer May to Oct: Mon to Fri 18 holes £45, Day £50, Twilight (after 4pm) £25. Weekends & BH (limited times available) 18 holes £55, Day £65.
Please conact the secretary for Winter rates and packages.
Visitors Info: Harrogate Golf Club is pleased to accept visiting parties of all sizes throughout the year. A number of Open Events are held and the Club is well equipped to ensure that all parties from four-balls, golf societies to large corporate events are adequately catered for. The Clubhouse has excellent facilities including: changing areas, bars, dining room, snooker room and veranda. On the course, a small halfway house can be provided at an additional charge. Small parties can be catered for most days of the week. However, Tuesday mornings are not available, although some Saturday golf may be available subject to home competition entries. Please email or telephone any enquiry you may have regarding golfing/social functions at Harrogate Golf Club.
Societies Info: As visitors.
Date Founded: 1892
Designed by: Sandy Herd
Catering: Our caterer will be pleased to provide Members and visitors with a wide range of options including breakfasts, bar snacks or large formal dinners depending on your requirements with prices to suit all budgets. Our excellent dining room can seat over 80 people with an additional small lounge adjacent for smaller parties. The Club regularly caters for large visiting parties, Members lunches, weddings and large social functions. Our oval shaped bar serves two rooms - the '19th Hole' a casual cosy air conditioned bar and the formal lounge which overlooks the 1st tee, 18th green and marvellous verandah area outside. Our Steward Eric Eades and his assistant Dawn Eades along with all the staff will be only to happy to assist anyone in ensuring their visit to the Club is an enjoyable one. Most visitors comment on our excellent facilities and staff. We believe that presenting the 'whole package' of course, clubhouse, food and staff is vitally important.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: No
|Local Directions:||South (via Leeds): Follow the signs to Harrogate on the A61. As you come into Harrogate turn right at the Prince of Wales roundabout sign-posted A59 to York. Continue for 3 miles and go over the Railway lines in Starbeck. The Club is 3/4 mile beyond on the right hand side. South (via M1/A1): Turn off onto A661 signposted Wetherby & Harrogate, follow A661 to Empress roundabout, then take the A59 to York. Continue for 2 miles and go over the Railway lines in Starbeck. The Club is 3/4 mile beyond on the right hand side. North: Turn off the A1 at the Boroughbridge exit A6055 and follow the signs to Harrogate. Go straight through the double set of traffic lights in Knaresborough, cross over the River Nidd Bridge and continue up the hill for 3/4 mile and the Club is on your left hand side.|
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