Welcome to Skipton Golf Club – one of the finest courses in the North of England
Skipton Golf Club, founded in 1893, is nestled amongst the beautiful Yorkshire Dales on the edge of the historic town of Skipton in North Yorkshire. Golfers will find themselves captivated by magnificent views of Sharphaw, Crookrise and Embsay Crag. Eller Beck descends from the surrounding fells and provides a superb backdrop as it meanders through the back nine holes, three of which constitute our very own ‘Amen Corner’.
Visitors and members alike are guaranteed a warm and friendly welcome from club staff and our long standing PGA Professional, Peter Robinson. You can enjoy good Yorkshire hospitality in our comfortable and spacious clubhouse. The extensive menu of home cooked food and the well- stocked bar are great complements to the stunning long distance views over the North Yorkshire countryside.
The course continues to win accolades for its presentation from both members and visitors thanks to an ongoing program of development and improvements in conjunction with the Environment Agency Skipton Flood Alleviation Scheme. Visitors continue to return year after year to enjoy the challenge that the course offers, many of whom have enjoyed our successful Open Events.
For any of you wanting to join Skipton Golf Club we offer a comprehensive range of membership options including our very successful beginner’s rate for those new to the game and a concessionary rate. If you have work or family commitments our new Flexible membership option, which has proved extremely popular, brings you all the benefits of golf club membership at an affordable price.
All visitors are welcome at Skipton Golf Club and we are able to tailor packages to suit your specific requirements. We regularly host golf society and company days but we are also available for private functions, weddings and business events.
We feel confident that having experienced everything that we have to offer at Skipton Golf Club, you will want to return again and again.
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