Leeds Golf Club
|Red (W)||72||5543 yards|
|Blue M: 67.7/115||341||391||398||410||384||123||385||406||186||3024||453||520||386||161||493||172||396||326||172||3079||6103|
|White M: 66.2/111||318||381||391||400||370||113||356||400||168||2897||401||514||375||149||478||156||377||320||162||2932||5829|
|Red W: 70.2/119||313||377||390||405||298||112||349||402||163||2809||401||463||357||143||420||124||364||319||163||2754||5563|
Played the course last week for the first time in 6 weeks. I expected it to be wet every where but was pleasantly surprised at how dry it was.
Green keepers were busy, and it helped that i played nicely. Staff in the club house were very welcoming. I will be playing there again soon.
PAID TO MUCH
We played the course and found the conditions very
poor the fairways were very heavy and all the greens
were temporary ones,not good when you are paying the full price (the same rate as you pay in mid summer)
A Mackenzie Gem
I've played Leeds GC a few times, as it's my nearest course. Playing at the end of October, the course was understandably a little muddy in places. But the greens were in exceptional condition, given the time of year. THe staff are always very friendly, and the pace of play is, mercifully, brisk.
After a hohum first few holes, the course opens out with some really interesting holes. The 14th and 15th have steep approaches to the greens, so you need a degree of fitness to keep your score together. Great value - where else can you play a Mackenzie course for £15?