Cleveland Golf Club

Value for money links in North Yorkshire.

Cleveland Golf Club

North Yorkshire, England

Overview

Cleveland Golf Club is the oldest course in North Yorkshire (1887) and also its only links! The architectural pedigree is world-class with Old Tom Morris, Harry Colt and Donald Steel all contributing.

From the medal tees, the course can be lengthened nearly 7000 yards. An easy walk with North Sea views, this Yorkshire links is the only one of its kind.

Starting with a par 3 and following it up with a par 5 is a bold move. In fact, there are only three par4's on the front nine! Interestingly, the back nine has only one par 5 and one par 3!

Cleveland Golf Club Videos

The course has been termed the 'best links you've never played' by NCG. Watch the video here


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Old Tom Morris used the natural golfing terrain and the site's best features to perfection. Limited by circumstance and the naturalness and rugged nature of the best sites available means Old Tom's minimalist work is still amongst the best in the game. Wide & shared fairways allowing for width and...

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Contact Details

North Yorkshire, TS10 5BJ, England

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Colourised image of Old Tom Morris, Golf Course Architect, St AndrewsEvalu18

Featured Architect: Old Tom Morris

Old Tom Morris used the natural golfing terrain and the site's best features to perfection. Limited by circumstance and the naturalness and rugged nature of the best sites available means Old Tom's minimalist work is still amongst the best in the game. Wide & shared fairways allowing for width and...

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The Putter Tailor - Made to Measure Putters and Wedges

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