Headingley is the oldest golf club in Leeds, in a rural setting just a few miles from the centre of the vibrant city. A heathland style course with a rolling terrain and slick greens, the course has recently been extended by converting the seventh and eighth holes to par 5's.
H.R.H. Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, opened them. Many of the greens have been relaid to USGA standards. The result is a challenging yet enjoyable experience for players of all abilities.
Open all the time
Tee times vary but usually from early morning till early evening
Below are the Green Fees for individual visitors and visiting parties for the 2010 season -
Single Round (April to October) £40 Day Fee (April to October) £55 November to March 2011 - Round £30
VISITING PARTY RATES GOLF ONLY
UP TO 11 PLAYERS £40 PER ROUND £55 PER DAY 12 OR MORE PLAYERS £35 PER ROUND £45 PER DAY
Map reference: SE 275402 Lat: 53.85764 Long: -1.58260
Take the A660 towards Skipton head out of Leeds. Having crossed the ring road go past the Esso garage and at the crossroads turn right to Church Lane. Follow this road and take the next right to the club.
By Public Transport:
Take the X84 towards Skipton and get off in Adel outside the Co-op. Cross the road and follow the directions as above.
Accessible by Public Transport: 4 miles from Horsforth station