Pannal Golf Club
Follifoot Road, Pannal,
Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG3 1ES
Tel : +44 (0)1423 871641 Fax : +44 (0)1423 870043

In 1996, Pannal Golf Club, hosted the English Golf Union Logan Trophy (for the over 35s) which was won by C A Banks of Stanton-on-the-Wolds Golf Club. In 1998 the Club hosted both the Yorkshire Ladies' and Men's Championships and in 2000 held the Yorkshire Amateur Strokeplay Championship. The Club currently has the privilege of hosting regional qualifiers for both the PGA Lombard and Glenmuir Championships.

3 km south of Harrogate on A61

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Course Details

Course Name: Pannal Holes: 18 Yardage: 6622 SSS: 72
Pannal Golf Club lies to the south of Harrogate amidst glorious countryside. The course was designed by Sandy Herd, the 1902 Open Champion, in 1906. In 1935 it underwent further reconstruction by Major Charles Mackenzie, the renowned golf course architect. The course which resulted has stood the test of time, challenging players of the highest ability to this day. The total yardage of the course is 6622 with a SSS of 72 and a par of 72.

Superb views further enhance the course which is laid out on a stretch of gorse-covered, tree-lined land. To the west in Wharfedale, the landmark Almscliffe Crag, to the north the Crimple Valley and viaduct made famous in Turner's painting and to the east, the rolling plains of York with views on a clear day of the Minster.

The quality of Pannal's course has long been acknowledged and the Club has hosted many prestigious events. A few to note are the English Women's Championship held in 1927; the inaugural PGA Matchplay Championships in 1955 (won by Ken Bousfield) the British Youths' Championship in 1975 (won by Nick Faldo) the Trusthouse Forte PGA Seniors' Championship held in 1985 (won by Neil Coles) and in 1991 the Ladies' British Amateur (won by French player Valerie Michaud).

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  • yorkshire am

    jonny mcalister wrote on: Jul 3, 2009

    the course was wank.