The Course

Par 67 Parkland Course

A testing layout awaits, with a combination of tricky holes, our 18 hole layout sets a stern test for even the most seasoned golfer. Set against magnificent views of the Aire Valley we guarantee you unbeatable views!

365 Days a year golf...

We operate a non-closure policy and as such we can offer full golfing facilities all year round. Following extensive work on our putting surfaces we play on normal greens all year round with no winter greens in operation.

Impressive Facilities

Did we mention our fantastic modern facilities? We've recently refurbished our bar and locker room areas to give top quality facilities to all our members. We've even a full size snooker table in our members bar!



Par 4(346yds).A sweeping dogleg left from an elevated tee with tree lines both left and right so an accurate drive is required to or beyond the dogleg. A tricky green awaits guarded by a bunker to the left front corner and a grass bunker to the right front corner.


Par 4(347yds). A straight fairway leading to a large sloping green with mounds to the left and right front. The whole of the left hand side is guarded by trees and beyond this is out of bounds. Treeline to the second half of the fairway on the right makes it a tight approach to the green.


Par 3(126yds). A straight uphill approach with trouble on the left and out of bounds beyond and to the right of the green.


Par 4(365yds). A slight left hand dogleg across a sloping fairway with internal out of bounds down the left hand side, A ditch runs across the fairway 25yds in front of a tricky green,


Par 4(305yds). a straight fairway which narrows all the way to a long narrow green with a bunker to the left. The second part of this fairway has a steeply wooded uphill slope to the right and a downhill sharp grassy slope to the left.


Par 3(165yds). Trees all the way on the right of a narrow fairway and a bunker to the front right corner.


Par 4(258yds). This short par four has trees down each side, mounds to either side of the fairway and a bunker to the right hand side of a long narrow green.


Par 4(424yds). A straight driving hole tree lined both sides to a large green guarded by mounds and bunkers.


Par 4(259yds). A blind tee shot over the brow of a hill. The fairway has trees all the way down the right hand side with a ditch running behind these. A further ditch across the end of the fairway and a bunker guard this very tricky green.


Par 4(252yds). Drivable by using the slope but beware of the contours on this smallish very undulating green guarded by a bunker and slopes all round. A layup shot is advisable but a tricky pitch follows.


Par 3(140yds). Downhill all the way to a large green that slopes away from you. Two large bunkers guard the approach. Good luck with this one.


Par 4(421yds). A longish straight fairway lined on both sides with trees leading to a large green which ha subtle borrows and a steep slope away behind.


Par 3(130 yds). Slight downhill to a long narrow green that lays across you making it a tricky approach. A bunker across the face of the green both obscures it and guards it.


Par 4(301yds). Uphill slope all the way to a green cut into the hill and with slopes running away from it. It looks simple from the tee but is anything but.


Par 3(225yds). The signature hole of the course. A simple steeply downhill long par three that has out of bounds all the way down the left hand side and trees to the right. The fairway drops down to the green over a stone wall then the flattish green the falls away at the back and side down sloping ground.


Par 4(332yds). A dog leg right that is steeply uphill for the second part to and elevated green guarded by ridges and bunkers to the front.


Par 4(399yds). Downhill tee shot(internal out of bounds left) leads to a dogleg left to an elevated green well protected by slopes and trees all round. A tricky approach shot is required to a very difficult green full of subtle borrows.


Par 4(327yds). A pleasant uphill finish that has a slight dogleg right. A ridge across the fairway can prove awkward but beyond that is a straight approach to a large and flattish green.