Your Perfect Round

The Ideal Course In The Ideal Setting.


Welcome to The Manor, the Championship course with breathtaking views over Tong and the Cockersdale Valley, between Leeds and Bradford, West Yorkshire.

New to Golf?

You don’t need any previous experience or equipment to give golf a go.

Simply turn up and our experienced team will get you started with clubs and balls then point you in the right direction.

You could loosen up by hitting 40 balls on the driving range or have a crack at our par 3 course.

No dress code. No special shoes. Just normal clothes and trainers on the Par 3 & Driving Range. (Full dress code required on championship course)

Get a taste for it? Book a lesson with one of our pros who’ll get you really up and swinging.

Lessons can be booked with our friendly experienced golf professionals at the Pro-Shop. And of course, practice makes perfect and our excellent Driving Range and professionally designed Par 3 Academy Course are the ideal places to try out your new skills.

Course Status:

Open

• Winter mats in play on all holes • 10th & 11th Hole CLOSED • Preferred lies on the fairway • Free relief available from the drainage channels on the 1st & 2nd • Amber Board - (Buggies restricted, winter wheels mandatory for trolleys)


Updated: 19 Oct 16:02

Buggy & Trolley Status:

Amber Board

What does this mean?

Amber Board Details

  • Trolleys must be fitted with hedgehog or winter wheels for all players and may be used ‘through the green’.
  • Buggies or private single seat ride-ons are not permitted for non-disabled players.
  • Buggies or private single seat ride-ons for disabled players & those with qualifying health conditions can be used on the 'Front 9’ only.

For a full overview of our buggy policies, please see the buggy policy page.

Just want to say thank you to Richard Hedley for the Coaching he has been giving me. I have learnt so much and he has so much to give and likes to push his pupils when in lessons like he has done with me. I would definitely recommend The Manor and Richard Hedley for golf lessons.

Sam Mills