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Halifax Golf Club

Union Lane, Ogden, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX2 8XR

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Halifax Golf Club

Union Lane, Ogden, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX2 8XR

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Summary

Halifax Golf Club is located in the heart of the beautiful Ogden Moors. It's the premier golf club in Halifax and one of the finest in West Yorkshire. It was originally designed by 5 times Open Champion, James Braid, and later altered by Dr. Alister MacKenzie, designer of Augusta National, home of The Masters.

What style is the course at Halifax Golf Club?

It's an 18 hole part heathland, part moorland golf course. The layout of the course has stayed largely as it was originally designed, apart from the alterations made by Dr Alister MacKenzie, back in 1912.

What is the feature hole?

The 17th is a wonderful golf hole - depending on the weather and the wind, it can be anything from a PW to a Driver. The tee box sits right at the top of the course, just prior to making the way back down to 'earth' - it’s an unexpected treat of a hole and something to look forward to while playing one's way through the round.

What sort of course features can the player expect?

A unique course and a test of golf that flows up, through and back over the top of the Ogden Valley.

Information on Halifax Golf Club , Union Lane , Ogden , Halifax

General Info: Course Statistics: 18 Hole Blue - 6388, Par 70, CSS 72. White - 6132, Par 70, CSS 70. Yellow - 5740, Par 70, CSS 68. Red - 5233, Par 72, CSS 71.

Green Fees: Apr to Oct:Mon to Thu: 18 holes £25, Day £35.Thu to Sun & BH 18 holes £35, Day £45. Weekend Twilight (after 4pm) £25.Oct to Mar:Mon to Fri 18 holes £15, Day £20.Sat, Sun & BH 18 holes £20.

Visitors Info: On the Course - Smart branded / recognisable golfing attire and golf shoes must be worn. For gentlemen and boys, shirts must always be tucked inside trousers. In the Clubhouse - Smart casual wear is the minimum requirement. Waterproofs, hats, industrial workwear, collarless shirts and torn clothing are not permitted. Footwear is required at all times.

Societies Info: Please contact our golf professional Nick via email on: professional@halifaxgolfclub.co.uk

Date Founded: 1895

Designed by: James Braid / Dr Alister McKenzie

Catering: Clubhouse - Open daily.

Pro-Shop: Yes

Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes

Driving Range: No

Local Directions: Please see our website for Map & directions.
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Review of Halifax Golf Club

Posted on by John DCustomer visited Aug 2014

What a fantastic golf course. Obviously I played well but even if I hadn't the views would have been worth it. After playing the course I was amazed at how little we had paid for Green fees. The 17th is one of the most amazing par threes I have ever played. Will definitely be returning.
The welcome in the club house was very friendly and the food couldn't be faulted.
The club house itself was splendid with traditional honours boards going back over 100 years. Even the Captains photos go back to the original Captain in 1895.
Too many clubs these days are the Same plastic copies of each other not this one it is unique. Ten out of ten.


Review of Halifax Golf Club

Posted on by James OCustomer visited Mar 2014

Great moorland course which I've played on a few occasions now. Each time the wind and elements provide a different challenge.

The penultimate hole is sheer drop down to the 17th green. This time I played a 9 iron where as the last time I hit a 4 iron. A superb varying course which tests golfers of all abilities.


Review of Halifax Golf Club

Posted on by Simon WCustomer visited Sep 2012

This course was fantastic.
We played on a bright warm day and the moorland and views were spectacular.
The course winds it's way up the valley crossing streams until you arrive on a plateau for the last few holes.
For the par 3 17th you hit a shot down into the valley below.

The food was good quality and value for money and we'll definitely be back!

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