Golf Clubs in York
Yorkshire is certainly the biggest of the six areas in the north of England in size and as well with golf courses. There are around 190 courses located within its borders. Also with so many golf courses situated around all the major cities like York, Leeds & Wakefield you will find the perfect golf break with the hundreds of accommodation providers available.
Fulford Golf Club is located just one mile from the centre of York. A high-class heathland, parkland course, home to the Benson & Hedges International Open during the 70s & 80s. Forest Park Golf Club is situated in the village of Stockton on the Forest, just 3 miles north east of the historic and beautiful city of York. This easy walking 27 hole parkland golf complex is fast becoming one of the best up and coming courses in Yorkshire.
York Golf Range is the most modern, hi-tech golf range in the region. It features 18 covered bays with automated tees in each, bay heaters, grass and bunker bays. The range is floodlit so it stays open till late in the evening. Clubs are hired out free of charge if you don't have your own.
Other renowned golf clubs in York are Easingwold Golf Club, Heworth Golf Club, Skelton Park Golf Centre, Pike Hills Golf Club, Forest of Galtres Golf Club, Aldwark Manor Golf Club & Hotel and Clifton Moor Driving Range.
York Golf Club is one of Yorkshire’s best regarded golf clubs and York’s oldest and finest golf course. Located in the village of Strensall, York Golf Club is an 18-hole heathland golf course with “overall probably the best greens we have seen all year”, according to the Sports Turf Research Institute in 2016 (who assist the R&A with Open Championship courses). York golf club offers a warm welcome to all golfers, visitors, groups and societies coming to play golf in Yorkshire. With fantastic modern facilities including a superb driving range, highly regarded catering and one of Yorkshire’s best Pro Shops, we look forward to welcoming you to York Golf Club when you come to play golf in Yorkshire.
The golf course, which is situated only a mile and a half from the city centre of York, is a parkland course with tight fairways, small greens and a substantial number of mature trees of diverse species. Although it is a relatively short course (6105 yards) it is a definite test for golfers of all abilities. It is not easy to ‘burn it up'. The secret of a successful round is straight hitting and accepting one's punishment when in trouble.