Acclaimed as one of the finest and most attractive championship golf courses in the county, just five miles north of Leeds city centre, Sand Moor was developed in 1921 by Dr Alister Mackenzie, a founding member of the greens committee. It is situated amid picturesque countryside with panoramic views overlooking Eccup Reservoir, the Harewood Estate, the Dales and, on a clear day, the White Horse of Hambleton Hills in North Yorkshire. Sand Moor has hosted many leading amateur and professional tournaments, among them the European Tour Car Care Plan event won by Nick Faldo.
Information on Sand Moor Golf Club Ltd , Alwoodley Lane , Leeds
Course Statistics (Medal Tees): 6446 yards, 18-hole, par 71
View Scorecard: click here
Visitor Green Fees: Apr-Oct: Mon-Fri £50.00 per round, £60.00 per day. Sun & BHs £60.00 per round. Twilight summer rates 4pm onwards £25.00.
Visitors Info: Reduced fees are charged when accompanied by a member and up to three guests are allowed at any one time. No visitor may have more than six visits at concessionary rates in any calendar year.
Societies Info: For parties of 12 or more, Special Golfing Packages inclusive of Green Fees and Meals may be available. Special rates are usually available for larger Visiting Parties in excess of 40 Green Fee Paying players. Please contact the Secretary's office to discuss Green Fees and Catering Arrangements.
Date Founded: 1921
Designed by: Dr Alister Mackenzie
Catering: The large, pleasant dining room, seats up to 100 and overlooks the putting green. It is ideal for lunches, dinners, business meetings, conferences and receptions offering a wide range of catering and menu packages to suit all tastes and budgets. The clubhouse has an open, spacious bar and lounge that offers fine ales, wines and spirits, freshly prepared sandwiches and bar snacks.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
|Local Directions:||From the South (avoiding Leeds City Centre) Travel north on the M1/A1(M) motorway and exit at junction 46. Turn left on the A63 towards Cross Gates and pick up the A6120, Seacroft-Leeds outer ring road. Follow the signs for Harrogate & Moortown for approx 3 miles and turn right at Moortown roundabout to join the A61 for Harrogate. At the third set of traffic lights turn left to find Sand Moor Golf Club on Alwoodley Lane 800 yards on the right. From the West (M62/M621) Exit the M621 at junction 2 and turn left on the A643 following the signs for Harrogate. The A643 leads to A58M inner ring road from where you will exit sign posted Harrogate/ Wetherby. At the major set of traffic lights at the bottom of Clay Pit Lane follow the signs for the A61 Harrogate for approx 5 miles. Cross the A6120 at the Moortown roundabout and at the third set of traffic lights turn left to find Sand Moor Golf Club on Alwoodley Lane 800 yards on the right.|
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