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Alwoodley is regarded as one of the finest inland courses in Britain as well as being of great historical significance.
Alwoodley’s world-renowned architect, Dr Alister MacKenzie, created a layout of rare subtlety and sophistication on a swathe of moorland to the north of the city of Leeds.
It enjoys natural heathland characteristics, with firm, springy fairways lined by heather and occasional outcrops of gorse.
Among many distinguishing feature are the eye-catching, irregularly shaped and naturalistic-looking bunkers as well as large, often undulating, greens.
Dating back to 1907, Alwoodley is a course of subtle angles and great strategic interest. Rarely is driver taken out of the skilled player’s hands but discretion is often the better part of valour. Wider landing areas are often available at the expense of longer approach shots.
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