Headingley Golf Club
Golf Course Overview
Located on the Northern edge of Leeds between the beautiful suburbs of Adel and Alwoodley, Headingley Golf Club is the oldest golf club in Leeds established in 1892.
Although a traditional members club, Headingley Golf Club is tremendously welcoming to visitors and few leave unimpressed at the quality of this challenging layout.
The course was shaped by Alister MacKenzie and Harry Colt in the early part of the 20th Century and has a traditional out-and-back layout. With varied and undulating terrain and no two holes alike the course is full of charm and challenge.
From the dramatic second shot down to the 1st green, the course is blessed with memorable holes, the pick of which are in the stunning homeward stretch. MacKenzie’s two greens at the 16th and 17th followed by the tee shot at the 18th can be enjoyed and feared by all golfers alike.