2 reviews of Leeds Golf Club
This is a fair test of golf with a great mix of holes, The wind can play it's part given the clubs location. Ability to shape shots both ways is a real advantage. The set up really makes you think your way round as driver is not always the best option. The greens are receptive & in good condition with subtle breaks.
An extra par 5 on the front nine might balance the layout, but this is just my opinion. Overall really enjoyed the course & scenery, walking enabled us to enjoy the peaceful surroundings, playing just under my handicap, which was a bonus.
Unusual to finish with a par 3 which makes a nice change.
Clubhouse has good facilities, small but well stocked pro shop, snooker room, good changing facilities & the upstairs bar overlooks the course. Outside balcony area looks nice in summer for watching players tackle the 18th.
Food is excellent value with friendly staff & members which is refreshing given Leeds Golf Clubs History, Home to the Leeds Cup which i believe is one of Golfs oldest competitions with some golfing legends as past winners, something the club should be very proud of.
If i lived in the area i would apply to join asap.
Cobble Hall is a pleasent golf course with a few undulations.It has a par of 69, It is quite a challenge off the back tees, especially if the wind blows.It is quite a picturesque course, with the seventh hole the most serene, It is a par 4 with an elevated tee and hitting your approach to a two tiered green, 1 bunker left and 1 right with bushes on the top right and a big slope to the top left and back of the green.Other feature holes are QUARRY a par 5 with a blind approach and TRIBULATION a par 3 with an elevated green. In a nutshell COBBLE HALL is well worth a visit and is a fare test of golf for everyone.
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