Below you will find our golf course reviews from venues in Yorkshire and Humberside.
Alwoodley Golf Club is undoubtedly one of Great Britain & Ireland’s leading lights when it comes to inland golf.
Ganton, located in the Vale of Pickering between York and Scarborough, is rightly regarded as one of the UK’s very best inland golf courses with an extremely rich history and a strong sense of tradition.
The 2016 Yorkshire Amateur County Championship brought me back to Moortown, a course I’ve played numerous times over the past couple of decades but not for at least half a dozen years.
Cleveland is one of a small handful of true links golf courses on the North-East coast of England; the only one in Yorkshire and the oldest too.
The true glory days of Fulford Golf Club may now be behind it but the course still remains a fine and fair test of golf and is undeniably one of Yorkshire’s best venues.
The Halifax Golf Club, often better known as Ogden, is a course that divides opinion.
Huddersfield Golf Club is probably not given the sufficient coverage it deserves on a national scale. It's a very, very fine golf course.
With more than 200 golf courses across Yorkshire Lindrink sits very close to the tip of the iceberg when it comes to discussing the best of golf in the White Rose County.
I’ve played at Bingley St. Ives several times over the past couple of decades but it had been a few years since my last visit. Little has changed in the intervening time, however, I must admit I’d forgotten just how good a golf course this is.
Hallamshire Golf Club lies on a narrow strip of land at the edge of the city of Sheffield, overlooking the Derbyshire Peak District National Park and Pennines.
Sand Moor Golf Club, located in the golfing-haven of North Leeds, was developed under the guidance of the famed Dr. Alister MacKenzie in the mid 1920s.
Some golf clubs hit you with a 'wow' factor the moment you drive through their gates. Woodsome Hall is certainly one of those.
Headingley is one of the many golf courses situated on excellent golfing land to the North of Leeds in West Yorkshire.
Selby, one of Yorkshire's most establish clubs, is set on high ground in North Yorkshire and is easily accessible from both the M1 and M62 motorway networks.
Founded in 1914 Wheatley Golf Club, on the outskirts of Doncaster, is one of Yorkshire’s better courses but often doesn’t get the recognition it deserves.
When one thinks of golf in York it is Fulford that normally springs to mind. Most courses are overshadowed by this powerhouse but York Golf Club, known locally as Strensall, shouldn't be.
Located high up on the moors, just outside the City of Bradford, Baildon is a stunning 18 hole moorland course with views over Ilkley Moor, the Yorkshire Dales and beyond.
Rotherham is a really enjoyable parkland golf course located in the heart of South Yorkshire.
Wakefield Golf Club, founded in 1891, is an established, traditional parkland layout in West Yorkshire with an excellent set of short holes.
The Bradford Golf Club, known locally as Hawksworth, is a fine example of a good Yorkshire golf course.
Writing a golf course review for Dewsbury District Golf Club should be a piece of cake for me.
I recently played at Harrogate Golf Club in the 36-hole Vardon Grip 36 hole open competition on an early September day with a tiny hint of autumn in the air.
Leeds Golf Club sits proudly within the second tier of golf courses in and around the city it is named after.
Oakdale is an established parkland golf course close to the City Centre of Harrogate. It was designed by the famous architect Dr Alister MacKenzie in 1914 and, despite its proximity to the hustle and bustle of city life, is set in well over 100 acres of peaceful North Yorkshire countryside.
Scarborough South Cliff is one of several clifftop courses along the East Coast of Yorkshire.
Tankersley, a former baronial deer park, is not your average run-of-the-mill parkland golf course.
Located in the quaint Yorkshire village of Linton, Wetherby Golf Club is a traditional, tree-lined parkland course that runs alongside the banks of the River Wharfe.
Bradford Moor is a little dazzler of a nine-hole golf course close to the city.
Catterick is an undulating meadowland course in North Yorkshire near the famous Army garrison.
Halifax Bradley Hall Golf Club is located in a meandering valley close to the edge of the Pennines.
Halifax West End Golf Club is a short course where straight hitting is the order of the day.
Located between Leeds and Harrogate in the charming village of Shadwell, Leeds Golf Centre is undoubtedly one of premier golf complexes in the North of England.
Northcliffe is a picturesque parkland course in the heart of West Yorkshire near Shipley.
Ripon City Golf Club is an amiable parkland course located close to the beautiful and ancient cathedral city it is named after.
A family holiday brought me to Whitby Golf Club. After stuffing myself with fish & chips, losing most of my money on the penny slots and catching umpteen crabs in the harbour it was time for a round of golf!