Wigton Lane, Alwoodley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS17 8SA
Alwoodley Golf Club is one of several famous clubs based on the northern stretch of Leeds. It was founded in 1907 and was the first course designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie whose other masterpieces included Augusta National and Cypress Point in America and Royal Melbourne in Australia. Always ranked among Britain’s top 50 courses, it frequently hosts county and national tournaments. It is set on Wigton Moor and springy fairways cut through a profusion of heather and trees. Autumn is a marvellous time to visit because of a breathtaking mix of colours. The course itself features cleverly-planned bunkers bordering undulating and interesting greens. It has staged the British and English ladies’ opens and the English Amateur.
Information on Alwoodley Golf Club , Wigton Lane , Alwoodley , Leeds
Course Statistics: 18 Holes, 6673yds, Par 72 SSS 73
Green Fees: Summer 16 Apr to 30 Sep: Mon to Fri £80 per round/day, Weekends £95, Twilight (after 4pm) £45, Sun (after 2pm) £65. Winter 1 Oct to 15 Apr: Mon to Fri £57 per round/day, Weekends £75.
Visitors Info: All visitors need to make a booking prior to their visit. The £25 deposit per player will be deducted from the green fee on the day. This can be arranged by contacting the Secretary/Manager, on +44 (0)113 268 1680.
Societies Info: Catered for by arrangement.
Date Founded: 24 Jan 1907
Designed by: Dr Alister MacKenzie
Catering: Larger than the original Club House, it provides excellent catering, bar and changing facilities. According to "Today's Golfer" the new semi-circular Club House "most definitely now qualifies for a five star rating." The Club's amenities include an impressive circular dining room which can offer everything from a buffet to full evening presentation dinner, a Club Room and Mixed Lounge and a "Spike" bar.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
|Local Directions:||Located 5 miles north of Leeds, off the A61 Leeds/Harrogate Road.|
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