Established back in 1892, Headingley stands as the most ancient golf club in Leeds. Nestled on the outskirts of the picturesque Adel suburb, just a short 5-mile distance from the vibrant heart of Leeds, it exudes timeless charm and elegance.

The course relocated in 1906 to a picturesque rural landscape, crafted by renowned architects Dr Alister MacKenzie and Harry Colt, it now offers breathtaking vistas and a collection of unforgettable holes that take advantage of the diverse and striking terrain.

While maintaining its traditional charm, the course has been enhanced to meet contemporary standards, making it a delightful choice for both traditionalists and modern golf enthusiasts. Headingley is renowned for its warm and welcoming atmosphere, ensuring a friendly experience for all who visit.