Halifax Golf Club
Union Lane, Ogden,
Halifax, West Yorkshire HX2 8XR
Tel : +44 (0)1422 244171 Fax : +44 (0)1422 241459

6 km north of Halifax on A629

Further Information
Steward:- Peter Hynd

Course Details

Course Name: Halifax Holes: 18 Yardage: 6038 SSS: 70

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • short

    Georgy wrote on: Jan 6, 2004

    It's short, its wide open and easy. If you cant shoot level around this bad boy, shoot yourself!


      • the message you left on a web site about halifax golf club

        eddie wrote on: Jan 27, 2005

        i am a member at halifax golf club, if you think it is easy play it in winter when it is windy no chance of playing to level!!!! the standard scratch is 69 par 70, that makes it loads harder too!


          • RE: the message you left on a web site about halifax golf club

            Georgy wrote on: Jul 1, 2005

            I too was a member. You may still see my handicap on the board, it's the one closest to 0.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Klaas De Waele 07/00

    Klaas De Waele wrote on: Jun 30, 2000

    We, the CM of Dendermonde in Belgium, had a short golf initiation at the Halifax Golf Club. We all had a great time. But the people who had to teach us how to play probably were desperate by the end of the day. We didn't even know how to hold the club. But my friend, Nele Cobbaut, and I, Eva De Waele, would like to thank everyone at the club for being so patient that day. We won't forget what you taught us! Greetings from Belgium. (Especially to J.P. You are so cute!)


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Graham Sweeney 12/98

    Graham Sweeney wrote on: Nov 30, 1998

    I have played this beautiful course on many occasions. It is a moorland course within a rolling hillside just above Halifax. The course consists of 18 holes of varying difficulty with heather and ferns surrounding the edges of the course. From the first hole you gently climb the hillside playing across the valley and over two ravines which have small streams running through them until you reach the eleventh tee, you then play over the ferns and heather on to the top level of the course, and at this point the views are wonderful looking down onto the countryside overlooking Halifax. The view of Ogden Reservoir is also part of the attraction of the Halifax Golf Club. On the top level of the course you play the twelfth to the sixteenth hole then you come to the seventeenth which is a hole to marvel at. As you stand on the tee you look down onto the hole which is approximately 150ft below, depending on the wind condition you could take between a 9 iron and a 3 wood this of course depends on your handicap, but if you get this one wrong you could find yourself in a lot of trouble. My handicap is 21 and although I have on occasions found myself in trouble on this hole I usually play it well. This course is well worth a visit