Alwoodley Golf Club
One of England’s premier golfing venues and held in high regard by all people connected with the English game. Alwoodley’s course runs almost straight out and back, the inward nine being tougher as most of the holes are played into the fresh winds off the Yorkshire Moors.
The north of the course is bordered by Wigton Moor Whin, which is particularly magnificent in autumn when the leaves are turning and rich in colour. The course is highly regarded, ranking in the Top 100 of the World and in the Top 50 Championship Courses in the UK and Ireland.
Forming part of the famous stretch of golfing territory on the northern fringe of Leeds in Yorkshire, Alwoodley has the distinct honour of being the first course to be designed by the famous golf architect, Dr Alister MacKenzie, whose other masterpieces included Augusta National, Cypress Point and Royal Melbourne.