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Founded 1920 - Huddersfield - West Yorkshire

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New membership offers click HERE


Wanting to play Golf? Visitors please click HERE


FREE £10 million public liability insurance from England Golf click HERE to register


HERE is the link to ‘How did I do?’ you can register yourself or login using the link. You will need this for the online booking system

 

 

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Important Notice


The Committee will use newsletters and social media to keep in touch as well as this website.


The Golf course is open again to members and visiors via the booking system. Visitors please click HERE to book a round.


Could members AND visitors please follow the guidelines as well as the government guidelines for social distancing


Play Safe – Stay Safe


 

View our Calendar to see all upcoming golf and social event


When we have a date to return this calendar will have events listed.


A big thank you to Jack for his work on the course whilst we are in lockdown.


Thank you Ben for your understanding whilst the clubhouse is closed.

Marsden Golf Club

Set in the Pennine Hills on the edge of the Peak District National Park

Marsden Golf Club offers a well maintained 9-hole golf course with spectacular views over the surround countryside. We are proud of our reputation as one of West Yorkshire’s friendliest golf clubs where new members and visitors are assured of a warm welcome.

This picturesque hillside course, created in 1920, was designed by the legendary Alister MacKenzie, famous for his design of Augusta National, arguably the best course in the world. The 2 x 9 = 18 hole course only measures 5,702 yards but is well-designed and is renowned for providing a stern test, especially if the prevailing west wind is sweeping off the surrounding moors. The signature hole is the par-3 6th, measuring 160 yards. There is a large tree in front of the green, meaning that you have got to shape the ball, or trust your ball strike and carry the tree onto the putting surface. In addition to this there is a quirky barn to the left of the hole, an interesting combination of features you won’t find anywhere else!