The drive into South Bradford Golf Club takes you round Odsal Stadium, home of the famous Bradford Bulls Rugby League team.
The road ends at a hilly and testing nine-hole course which is longer than most, stretching to 6,076.
South Bradford has produced some top golfers over the years and has a wealth of Achievements to their proud history. The club started in 1906 with holes in the Little Horton area of Bradford, but members were soon looking for a bigger site and settled on their current site, renting the land for £25 for seven holes at first.
The course is laid out on a hillside creating a challenge for any golfer (and a reasonable degree of fitness to complete eighteen holes). When played from the Men’s Medal Tees the course measures 6,076 yards (5,556 metres) making it one of the longest 9 hole courses in the area. The Ladies course has a different set of tees for the first and second nine holes, giving the course a different aspect the second time around.
There are many natural hazards to negotiate around the course, and the par-3s are perhaps the feature holes with their well-protected approaches to tight greens.
Visitors are welcomed during the week