Welcome to Willow Valley Golf, Yorkshires largest golf facility with 50 holes of golf, a driving range, bistro, bar and a warm welcome is guaranteed.
Our Premier Course, Willow Valley, host of the Yorkshire P.G.A Championship between 2001 and 2013 was voted the 9th best new course in the British Isles by Today’s Golfer. With 50 golf holes over 4 courses and a 24 bay floodlit driving range we are confident in saying that we have a golf course to suit all needs.
New to golf? There is no better golf facility in Yorkshire for you to take those first steps and continue to develop. We welcome casual visitors, golf societies & golf corporate groups and have packages to suit all standards.
Looking for golf membership, then look no further. One golf membership gives you access to 4 golf courses. Willow Valley Golf is Yorkshire’s largest family golf facility, offering a challenge for golfers of all abilities, rest assured your day with us will fulfil all your expectations.
We’re a popular venue for Golf Groups and have a thriving membership that keeps our family friendly golf experience buzzing all year round.
A current video of our Championship course………………………..
We offer a range of group golf packages designed to suit all golfers, and each package can be tailored to suit your specific requirements. We can provide a full English breakfast on arrival, arrange longest drive and nearest the pin competitions, and help organise your prize presentation in the evening.
Our changing facilities will comfortably service 60+ golfers as they arrive back to the clubhouse to change and shower before moving onto the 51st hole for post round food & drinks. Practice facilities include an all-weather driving range with covered bays; a dedicated short game area and 2 putting greens.
We have had a fantastic weekend of competition golf at Willow Valley in the sunshine. Both competitions were very well supported by the members who are glad the long winter is behind them!
Division 1 of the Saturday Stableford was won by Shaun Helliwell. His return of 38 points was 2 clear of the runner up, Janet Tedstone. In Division 2, Richard Stocks scored a fantastic 43 points to convincingly take first place. Ryan Lee-Haigh was the runner up with an also impressive 40 Points.
Sunday brought the May Stableford. Both divisions were incredibly close with up and coming junior member Habib Khan managing to win Division 1 with a steady 36 points. George Branch was the unlucky runner up on 35. Division 2 was even closer, with a 3 way tie on 37 points. A scorecard playoff decided that Chris Hill was the winner and Mark Halstead runner up.
Next weekend will be a Medal competition on Saturday followed by a Blue Tee Texas Scramble on Sunday.
‘Real’ golf returned to Willow Valley over the weekend with our first qualifying competitions of the year. Preferred lies had previously been in play since October so it was always going to be a challenge for the participants. Our Saturday Stableford was convincingly won by Linda Burnley in Division 1. Linda scored 42 points meaning the nearest challenger was Richard Irons who returned 37 Points as the runner up. In Division 2, Ryan Lee-Haigh won his first competition with a score of 37 points. George Edmondson was the runner up on 35 Points.
Sunday brought our first major of the year, The Williams Trophy. The turnout was fantastic and it seems the beautiful weather really added to the day. Dean Barker was the winner on the day with a solid return of 40 Points. Matt Owen was extremely unlucky to be pushed into second place via countback. Richard Thornton and Scott Levick finished 3rd and 4th respectively to round out the prizewinners on 39 Points.
In a busy weekend of competition at Willow Valley, the long awaited summer season finally felt like it had finally arrived!
On Saturday we hosted our weekly Stableford competition. In Division 1, Ahsan Khan took the victory with 38 points. George Branch was the runner up with a score of 36 points. In Division 2, Darren Bakes returned an excellent 39 points to narrowly knock Danny Shuttleworth into the runner up spot with a total of 38 points.
On Sunday, the members played their first Strokeplay competition of the year in the May Medal. Zia Khan won Division 1 with a nett 72, edging Jeremy Bakes into second with a nett 73. Division 2 seen the score of the day with David Thompson returning an excellent nett 65. Scott Levick was the runner up with an also excellent nett 68.
Next weekend will be The Williams Trophy, our first major of 2018.