Normanton Golf Course

Normanton Golf Club

Leeds

18 holes | par 72 | 5963 yards | Parkland

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Course Information

The course at Normanton Golf Club designed in 1992 by Patrick Dawson, the architect behind some of the holes on the famous Augusta National Course in America, offers a true test of golfing ability. The 18-hole, 6,200 yards championship golf course occupies some 145 acres of the Hatfield Hall Estate. A blend of parkland and elevations, the course incorporates impressive lakes and benefits from sympathetic preservations of long-established trees and wildlife. The large undulating greens are built to USGA standards and complement the attractive and challenging course.

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location

Just north of Wakefield just off the M1 and M62.

Normanton Golf Club, Aberford Road, Stanley, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UNITED KINGDOM, WF34JP
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    Normanton GC

    Had a great dale excellent course and value for money.

    Staff Friendliness:
    Good
    Pace of Play:
    Excellent
    Off-course amenities:
    Good
    Course Conditions:
    Good
    Value for the Money:
    Excellent
    Course Layout:
    Good

    Good days golf

    This was a new course for all three of us on our visit and it was a pleasant visual approach as we turned off the main road and up the short drive to the club house. We weren't disappointed with the pleasant welcome and trouble free book in on arrival. The course was a real test of skill and many times we could have done with some local course knowledge as it is quite hilly with a lot of blind shots but we found that added to the interest and evened out the handicap range of 14 to 28. OK, it wasn't our best scores but we weren't expecting that on a course non of us had played. At the finish, apart from confirming I'd had too many cream scones on my previous Devon hols, the 19th was great as we sat out on the balcony in the blazing sun enjoying the relaxation and watching the other players coming in. The only criticism we all had was that the direction to the next tee could have been better. Some holes were signed well but some were a struggle as there seemed to be no signs and various possible directions. Other than that, we all had really good days golf and highly recommend the course.

    Staff Friendliness:
    Excellent
    Pace of Play:
    Excellent
    Off-course amenities:
    Excellent
    Course Conditions:
    Excellent
    Value for the Money:
    Excellent
    Course Layout:
    Good

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