Golf breaks in Yorkshire
Our Yorkshire holiday park is the perfect place for golf breaks in Yorkshire, with an abundance of top courses nearby. Whether you prefer the challenge of a links course or the lush, green feel of a parkland course, you’ll be spoilt for choice in this part of Yorkshire.
But are you struggling to decide which Yorkshire golf courses to play? Check out our handy guide to some of the best local courses that are well worth playing, whether you’re a seasoned pro or a complete beginner….
Our guide to golf breaks in Yorkshire
- We’ll start our tour Yorkshire golf courses by highlighting one just down the road. Hornsea Golf Club is a traditional links course, with the first seven holes running outwards towards the iconic water tower. A double loop of five holes, including the signature 11th, brings golfers to Hornsea’s famous inward stretch which are among the finest six finishing holes in the county.
- Beverley Westwood, with its landmark Black Mill, is home to the ancient Beverley and East Riding Golf Club and is one of Yorkshire’s finest and most natural golf courses. The Westwood course is arguably the oldest in Yorkshire and boasts an enviable mix of golfing landscape – parkland, heathland and links – taking advantage of the ups and downs of the rolling fairways and magnificent views of the market town of Beverley and its spectacular Minster.
- Driffield Golf Course is home to one of the finest holes in East Yorkshire – the 11th, which is bounded on three sides by water hazards. The parkland course is predominantly flat and is not physically demanding. Although easy to play, all 18 holes demand accuracy to achieve a low score. The course is a true test of golf for both high and low handicap players.
- How do you fancy playing one of the top golf courses on the planet? Ganton Golf Club, in the Vale of Pickering, just south of Scarborough, is ranked among the top 80 courses in the world. It has played host to many professional tournaments, including the Walker and Ryder Cup. The terrain is sandy and gently undulating – a blend of links and heathland. The fairways are firm and fast. The bunkers are cunningly placed and sometimes cavernous – and the greens are perfection, in summer and winter alike.
- Burstwick Golf Club is only a short distance from Sand le Mere and is regarded as one of the finest Yorkshire golf courses. Surrounded by beautiful East Yorkshire countryside, the Jonathan Gaunt designed golf course at Burstwick offers a unique and challenging experience for all golfers. Established in 2004, the golf course has just passed its first decade of age, and subtle changes along the way have made playing Burstwick a very memorable event. The layout of each hole is coming into its own with the continued maturing of tree areas.
- For top golfers who like a challenge there are few better golf courses in Yorkshire then Kilnwick Percy (the KP) near Pocklington. This is a fair distance from our park but well worth the effort if playing fine courses is your thing. With a striking backdrop of The Yorkshire Wolds, The KP’s 18-hole championship golf course tests every aspect of your game. With 120 acres of rolling terrain adding a challenge to each shot of its 6035 yards par 70.
- For traditional links, with views to die for, try a round at Flamborough Head Golf Club This 18 hole cliff top links course has been carefully moulded around the contours of the famous headland which gives the Club its name. The golf course provides both a good test of your golfing skills and an enjoyable experience
You can play Hornsea, Beverley, Driffield and Hainsworth Park for a total of £75 with an East Yorkshire Golf Passport