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.
Below are our society / group packages for a minimum number of 16 players
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.
The final of the 2017/18 Willow Valley Winter League was an incredibly close contest.
The team of Scott Smith and Simon Howard faced off against Graham Ellis and Gary Ellis in this years final. The match went back and forth with the lead switching numerous times before Graham and Gary finally came out on top with a narrow 1 up victory.
It was a fitting end to one of the best supported Winter Leagues in at least ten years. 30 teams battled it out throughout the bad weather every other week all winter hoping to get to this stage. We are looking forward to next years edition already!
A better weekend of weather brought two Stableford competitions for the Willow Valley members. On Saturday, Damon Sandison took the spoils in Division one with 37 points. Shaun Helliwell was unfortunate to miss out by a single point, finishing runner up on 36. Division 2 was a much more clear cut affair with Michael Conboy returning a stunning 45 points for the victory. Joe Smith was the runner up on 39 points.
The second February Stableford on Sunday had a fantastic turnout with some impressive scores. Up and coming junior member Adam Motala won the first division with a return of 40 points. Steve King finished second on 38. Division 2 saw identical scores to Division 1 in terms of the winners. Mark McGuigan took the victory on 40 points with Stuart Hall runner up on 38.