Spotlight on… East Riding of Yorkshire

Hull Golf Club

Legendary course architect, James Braid, has created a challenging and memorable masterpiece at Hull. Regarded as one of northern England’s premier golf courses, Hull Golf Club dates back over 100 years and has a long, proud history of hosting regional and county amateur and professional tournaments.

The outstanding facilities and team guarantee a first class experience for members and visitors, while the large Georgian clubhouse overlooking the course provides the ideal setting to relax before and after your game.

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Hessle Golf Club

Founded in 1898, Hessle has a rich golfing history, and course developments over the years have cemented its reputation as one of the best in the area.

The inclusion of a new lake between the fifth and sixth hole may cause problems to golfers who have a tendency to slice their tee shots, however, Hessle vaunts USGA standard greens, which means members and visitors alike can enjoy the course in any weather all year round.

A second lake has also been formed at the par-3 16th hole, which requires both length and accuracy to make the green in one.

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Brough Golf Club

A testing par 68 for the scratch player without being too difficult for the higher handicap. To which can be added: “An attractive course, with good golfing qualities, which makes it a pleasure to play again and again.”

Brough is a thinking man’s course, where accurate positioning of the tee ball is required for good scoring. Over the years, Brough has hosted many Championship and representative matches. The two day Brough Classic Pro Am has been a major date in the Northern PGA Calendar since 1978 and the Forte PGA Seniors Championship was hosted here in 1990.

The Player’s Tour came to Brough in 1999 and the British Girls Championship in 2001.

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Hainsworth Park Golf Club

Hainsworth Park Golf Club was formed in 1983 and is set in established grounds with mature trees and interesting water features.

This easy-walking, championship-length course has wide fairways, but beware the many hazards that can ensnare the wayward shot! Close to, but protected from the coast, the course is extremely well drained and offers all year round playing conditions, without temporary tees or green.

Hainsworth Park was originally constructed as nine holes but was rapidly expanded to 18 and continues to develop to this day. Recent additions have seen a new bunker to the front of the green on the third to catch the long drive and an additional pond on the par-5 17th narrowing the fairway and catching a poor second shot. Bunkers, water hazards and trees are strategically placed, so choose your shots carefully!

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