18 holes | par 68 | 5865 yards | Parkland
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South Leeds golf Club has a great course redesigned in 1936 by the great Dr. Alister MacKenzie and can be enjoyed by golfers of all levels. The course is not especially long but the small and undulating greens can really test your scoring. The par 3 3rd has been described Peter Alliss as one of the strongest in Yorkshire. Many golfers consider getting a 4 on this hole as a reasonable score! To get a 3, your best bet is to play for position off the tee then chip and run on to the green.
South Leeds Golf Club is located just over 4 miles South of Leeds, easily accessible via the A58.
Yes, ok, you have to carry your own rake, the 150 yard and tee markers are poor and signage to next tee is non=existant but for £10 each (we paid £12 in summer) this was a very enjoyable course, The map on the scorecard ensures you go the right way. Fairways good, tees and greens a bit slow/long but not untypical for this time of year. Very quiet, allowing a 3 hour round. Good views of Leeds at various points. Hole 10 is called "Last Hill"....it's not!! Par 69, it is shortish but several holes have challenging drives or second shots. No big water but plenty of mature trees and several ditches to catch out the unwary. We will certainly return, hopefully without having to play the first 6 holes blind next time, due to fog/mist!!
I recommend this course