Moor Allerton Golf Club, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

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  • Opened: 1923
  • Holes: 27
  • Type: Parkland
  • Length: Blackmoor 6673; High 6841; Lakes 6470 yd
  • Par: Blackmoor 71; High 72; Lakes 71
  • SSS: Blackmoor 73; High 74; Lakes 72
  • Slope: 0
  • Green Fees: £59 weekday; £85 weekend (after 1pm)
  • Offers: Discounts available to groups of 20 or more golfers (£35-£40 per person). See website for details.
  • Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • Tel No: 0113 266 5209
  • Website: Visit Website

Summary:

Moor Allerton is the first golf course designed in the UK by the famous American architect Robert Trent Jones and as such is typical of his work. (His other courses include Spyglass Hill, Hazeltine and Sotogrande).
The site undulates and there are streams and lakes aplenty to make this a marvellous course, but the Trent Jones trade marks of shallow bunkers, huge teeing grounds, lakes and large contoured greens which are all evident with three loops of nine holes, make this a special course.
The three loops of 9 holes, the Lakes, Blackmoor and High are all of a quality that ensures whatever 18 holes are played they can accommodate the scratch golfer or the beginner. The course would typically stretch between 6470-6841 yards, with SSS of 73-74. By using alternate tees, the course can however be altered between 5940 - 6841 yards.
Visitors are welcome and from the moment you arrive, whether you are from a visiting society or a large corporate event, our team will be in close attendance to ensure that everything runs smoothly.

Facilities:

Large clubhouse. Fully stocked professional shop with hire equipment. Extensive practice ground and driving range

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