They promise a great game of golf at Moor Allerton Golf Club in West Yorkshire, England
21 November 2019
Moor Allerton Golf Club in Leeds is friendly and relaxed. Their 27 holes are perfect for a thoroughly entertaining day’s golf. It is without doubt probably the finest 27-hole parkland course in Yorkshire.
Moor Allerton Golf Club is one of the first UK golf courses to be designed by the famous American golf architect Robert Trent Jones. His others include Spyglass Hill, Hazeltine and Sotogrande. Featuring his trademark shallow bunkers, huge teeing grounds, lakes and large contoured greens, Moor Allerton is typical of Trent Jones’s work. And, with three loops of nine holes that all start and finish at the Clubhouse, enjoying this stunning Leeds-based golf course couldn’t be easier.
The length of the course can be varied by playing off the different daily tees (yellow, blue or white). However, length is not Moor Allerton’s biggest threat as there is water on 17 holes, 108 bunkers and multi-tiered American-style greens. Peter Alliss, the Club’s professional for many years, compared the greens at Moor Allerton with Augusta in his BBC TV commentary this year. A great compliment but, fear not, they may be fast but not that fast!
Moor Allterton, has many prestigious recognitions, not least the upcoming PGA Europro Tour, which has been a vital part of the early careers of many of the biggest names in golf which is taking place Aug 4-8th 2014. Also playing host to the Yorkshire Golf & Business Festival May 25-27th 2014, Moor Allerton will see top Tour players and celebrities compete and show off innovative new products. More information can be found at Moor Allerton's website.
Recently awarded the GolfMark High Achiever status sets Moor Allerton at the forefront of the development of Junior Golf