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Beverley and East Riding Golf Club was formed in 1889 – making it the oldest inland club in Yorkshire!
The club is based on the glorious Beverley Westwood pasture land, famous for its landmark Black Mill and Anti-Mill, which our traditional-style Clubhouse is built around.
The 18-hole course is one of Yorkshire’s finest and most natural layouts, enjoying outstanding views of the town and surrounding countryside from many vantage points.
Really interesting scenic course, very different to anywhere I have played before, quite hilly in places with some challenging holes. The course is set out on common land so there are often cows grazing on the fairway and of course you need to watch out underfoot in places! And for people out walking with their dogs. Greens are in beautiful manicured condition, they are wire fenced off to prevent the cows going on them. Facilities are old fashioned. Pro shop welcoming. Electric trollies available for hire but no buggies. Definitely recommend a round here if you want to try something different. Not really suitable for beginners or anyone struggling with walking due to the inclines.
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