Golf courses can be hard to find in the city, so we have done the hard work for you. Here is a list of the ten best golf courses to play in the Leeds area.

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Mon, 3 Jun 2013


8. South Leeds Golf Club

South Leeds was founded in the early 20th century and was then subsequently redesigned by Alister MacKenzie in 1923. It is conveniently located just a few miles from the city centre in South Leeds, as the name suggests. It is an undulating parkland course that plays 5,769 yards and is suitable for all handicappers.

Postcode: LS11 5TU
Closest station: Cottingley
Cost of round: £13-28
Playing requirements: None
Website: South Leeds Golf Club

9. Fulneck Golf Club

Fulneck, founded in 1892, also claims to be Leeds' oldest golf course. It is situated southwest of Leeds, halfway to Bradford. Very reasonable green fees.

Postcode: LS28 8NT
Closest station: Bramley
Cost of round: £10-15
Playing requirements: No visitors before 2.30pm on Saturdays
Website: Fulneck Golf Club

10. Gotts Park Golf Club

Along with Temple Newsam, Gotts Park is one of four council-owned golf courses in Leeds, ensuring there is always somewhere affordable to play. It's an 18-hole parkland course that favours accurancy over length off the tee. And if you want an even cheaper round, then try the nextdoor CIty Golf - 18 holes there will cost you just £5.

Postcode: LS12 2QX
Closest station: Burley Park
Cost of round: £9.30-15.50
Playing requirements: None
Website: Gotts Park Golf Club