Golf Clubs in Halifax

In Halifax you can find one of the best Golf Course and Clubhouse facilities, providing a challenging, relaxing and enjoyable venue for Members and visitors of all standards. In addition you can find a fully stocked and friendly professional shops with experienced PGA Golf Professionals and staff.
In Halifax, at its very heart is a fine 18 hole golf course with superb greens and challenging approach shots offering a fair test for golfers of all ages and abilities.

Lightcliffe Golf Club

Lightcliffe Golf Club Halifax Golf Club

A friendly, family oriented club nestled in the heart of urban West Yorkshire where a warm welcome awaits visitors and new members. Established in 1907, we have a mature and challenging 9 hole course with panoramic views of the surrounding area. Our recently refurbished Clubhouse is the perfect venue for relaxation before and after your round and is available to hire for a range of social functions.
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Halifax Golf Club

Halifax Golf Club

Located within the beautiful Ogden moors, the course was designed by James Braid (5 x Open Champion) and later altered by Dr Alister MacKenzie (designer of the Augusta National, home of The Masters)
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Halifax West End Golf Club

Halifax West End Golf Club Halifax

Halifax West End Golf Club was founded in 1906, and celebrated its Centenary in 2006. We are justifiably proud of our 18 hole course, a hidden gem, situated on the outskirts of Halifax.
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Halifax Bradley Hall Golf Club

Halifax Bradley Hall Golf Club

The club can be found at the end of a wooded driveway in a picturesque valley 2 miles from the town of Halifax, less than 4 minutes drive from junction 23 of the M62. It feels like a world away from the hustle and bustle of town and city life. The 110 year old course provides a mixture of moorland and parkland holes to ensure a varied and interesting challenge.

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Elland Golf Club

Elland Golf Club

As it is, the panoramic views of the Broad Acres from this point would be worth fair climb to see at any time. Over a hundred years or so have seen these gentle sloping meadows nurtured into an envied nine-hole Parkland Golf Course. The distinctive fairways are defined by oaks and ashes that shared their breath with Queen Victoria, whilst cherries and beeches have matured over recent years, but don't be taken in.

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