The Alwoodley Golf Club
Wigton Lane, Alwoodley,
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS17 8SA
Tel : +44 (0)113 268 1680 Fax : +44 (0)113 293 9458
The club was founded in 1907, with the course layout influenced by Mr HS Colt and Dr A Mackenzie, the Club's first Secretary and recognised as one of the leading Golf Course Architects of the times. His most famous course in collaborations with Bobby Jones was the Augusta National Home of the 'Masters. The course runs almost straight out and back - inward nine being tougher, as most of it is played into the fresh winds off the Yorkshire Moors. The North of the course is bordered by Wigton Moor Whin which is particularly magnificent in the Autumn when leaves are turning.
5 miles from the centre of the city and 10 miles from Harrogate, within easy reach of the M1, M62 and A1(M).
Information herein provided by the club 5 Feb 1999.
|Course Name: Alwoodley Holes: 18 Yardage: 6686 SSS: 73|
|Alwoodley is a Championship course, currently 40th in the UK listing, an sit is suggested that all players should be regular Club golfer with bona fide handicap. The course forms part of the famous stretch of golfing territory on the northern fringe of Leeds.
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