Leeds Golf Club
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Yardage: 6.115 yards
Slope Rating: 125
Course Rating: 70.3
Leeds Golf Club, formerly known as Cobble Hall, is an 18-hole parkland course situated on the north side of Leeds. Founded in 1896 it was the original home of golf’s oldest professional tournament – the Leeds Cup – holders of which range from Harry Vardon to Howard Clark.
Its par of 69 is rarely beaten even in scratch competitions. Only four miles from the centre of the city the course has a distinctly rural feel. Visitors are warmly welcomed. The clubhouse provides excellent facilities including a snooker room with an open fire, lounge with panoramic views over the course and Roundhay Park.
The famous golf architect Doctor Alastair MacKenzie was a member of Leeds Golf Club between 1900 and 1910. During that time he gave advice on bunkers and the layout of the course. Doctor MacKenzie has influenced the design of many courses including St. Andrews, Prestwick, Troon, Alwoodley, Moortown, Royal Melbourne and, of course, Augusta National. Leeds Golf Club are active members of the Dr. Alastair MacKenzie Society.
Visit Leeds GC’s website for more information: Leeds GC – Cobble Hall
Leeds Golf Courses – Golf Course Map