Bradley Park Golf Club
Bradley Road,
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD2 1PZ
Tel : +44 (0)1484 223772 Fax : +44 (0)1484 451613

3 km north of Huddersfield, off A6107, M62 Junction 25

Further Information
Public course with floodlit driving range

Course Details

Course Name: Bradley Park Holes: 18 Yardage: 6202 SSS: 70

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  • Course Review

    Michael Hanson wrote on: Jun 2, 2004

    Bradley Park is a municipal course of a very high quality. The Greens during the season are as good or better than a number of local private clubs. There are 2 or 3 long par 4's and all the par 3's are challenging and require accurate tee shots. Give it a go and I think for a municipal you will be pleasantly surprised.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Alan Robinson 7/01

    Alan Robinson wrote on: Jun 30, 2001

    I was raised in Bradley but when I emigrated to South Africa in 1974 the Bradley Park Golf course was a tip and quarry. It was great to play the course recently whilst on holiday and see how it has been transformed and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. For a municipal the course is very well kept and on the day we played (Wednesday) not too busy. I was favoured on a couple of occasions to receive a free drop from the trees and do agree that this should now become a penalty drop, this would increase the difficulty rating somewhat. Overall a really good day out


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Andrew Grabowski hdcp 16 01/00

    Andrew Grabowski hdcp 16 wrote on: Dec 31, 1999

    Thought to be the best municipal in the area. A good driving range and clubhouse facilities and most people are made welcome. Fairways are in good condition and greens are top notch. Many of the trees are still young allowing for a free drop. However, there are still a good number of mature trees which at times must be played over to reach greens in regulation. Half way round their is a hot sandwich hut with refreshments available. Well worth a round and worth a day out.(Summer 99)


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Martyn Sommerville h'cap 12, 09/99

    Martyn Sommerville h'cap 12, wrote on: Aug 31, 1999

    Bradley Park was one of my first experiences at this great game we call golf. A municipal built in 1977 it has enjoyed the investments of the council where the funds have been put to good use in bettering the course by long time professional Parnell Rielly.
    Nice new tees have been built. New water hazards as well. A floodlit driving range. Clubhouse extension and trees planted everywhere. Although for a municipal it is quite challenging it is made rather easy by having GUR on both sides of almost every fairway! Some of these areas are well and truly fully grown now and there's no need to make them free drop areas. If they were to change that I think that they would have a far more challenging course. There's just the one par 5 off the yellow tees and 2 off the whites.
    That said there are some nice holes and a couple of real tough ones. The ninth is a long uphill par 4 against the wind nearly always where I am more than happy to walk off with a 4 and the eighteenth is again uphill and only 20 yards further back off the white tees it's a par 5! Be prepared for some waiting. It's an extremely busy course and you can only book if you hire a buggy.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Martyn Sommerville 08/99

    Martyn Sommerville wrote on: Jul 31, 1999

    I have played golf now for 13 years and I basically grew up here in golfing terms. I have seen a lot of changes over the years and a lot of time, effort and thought has gone into this course to make it a challenging Municipal.
    Having said that, I feel it is not the test it could be simply because of the 'free drop' areas still been 'free drop' areas. The trees in most cases are mature now and I feel that these areas could now play an important part of the course. The more challenging the course the more appealing the course. This would also justify the price of 'a reasonable price' for a municipal!