Bingley St Ives Golf Club
St Ives Estate,
Bingley, West Yorkshire BD16 1AT
Tel : +44(0) 1274 562436 Fax : +44(0) 1274 511788
Formed in 1931 as a Municipal course under hospices of Bingley Urban Council developed from a nine hole layout, to today's 18 hole championship test, ranking amongst the best in Yorkshire. Dr Alister Mackenzie and his brother were amongst those involved in the early layout.
The club was privatised in 1990, agreeing a long-term lease with Bradford Metropolitan Council. Since then a new Clubhouse has been built and improvements made to the majority of holes by new tees, bunkers etc and conservation work undertaken to preserve heather and flora species. Mark James, Ryder Cup Captain opened the clubhouse in 1994.
New Clubhouse, tastefully furnished, snooker room, cafeteria serving quality food in beautiful setting.
A650 to Bingley, B6429 Howarth / Halifax road to entrance of Estate winding tree lined approach.
Information herein provided by the club 19 March 1999.
|Course Name: Bingley St Ives Holes: 18 Yardage: 6324 SSS: 71|
|The course is an unusual in that it is a single loop, taking golfers from parkland to woodland to moorland and back with stunning views of Aire Valley, testing course with carries over heather and interesting par 3;s with bunkers designed by Mackenzie.
Full day package available making this a treat of a day out in tranquil surroundings.
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