York Golf Club

York Golf Club

COURSE Designed by J.H. Taylor in 1904

The Clubhouse

Our Clubhouse, which has been extensively refurbished in recent years, complements the excellence of our course and provides bright, modern, welcoming surroundings for members and visitors to enjoy refreshments and meals before and after play.

A blend of comfortable seating in our spacious lounge bar area and J.H. Taylor Room opens to a separate dining room, tastefully presented in a contemporary style, that affords flexibility in arranging group dinners, golf days and functions.

Bar and Lounge

The Club bar is fully stocked with local beers and a full wine list to complement the light bites menu readily available throughout the day.

Our popular balcony terrace, ideal for post-round relaxation, overlooks the putting green, the 1st tee and the 18th green and affords a wide colour palette of vistas across the course throughout the seasons.

Dining Room

The dining room at York Golf Club offers the choice of a relaxed or formal setting for your pre- or post-match meal.

Our highly-respected caterer John Roberts and his team look forward to welcoming you to the Club and will do all they can to ensure that your time here is enjoyable - whether you are here to play golf, for a meeting or conference, or just to socialise with friends. We take pride in offering catering of the highest standards at all times, with an excellent menu range, with friendly service, and a guaranteed smile.

Please note that we offer Social membership, which gives you access to all of these Clubhouse facilities.

Clubhouse History

The Club’s intriguing history is displayed in the J.H. Taylor Room in the Clubhouse, and gives a fascinating pictorial record from the early days when the Club was first established on the York Knavesmire (the racecourse) some 8 miles away.

A display of the founding members’ portraits, together with some of the hickory-shafted clubs used at that time for play on the Knavesmire, adorns the walls.

The Club’s move to our current ground at Lords Moor Lane, Strensall in 1904 is depicted by portraits of the designer, J.H. Taylor, his course design and his clubs.

Golf clubs used by Ted Cheal and Jack White are displayed, together with brief histories of these founder professional players when playing at Strensall.

Our strong links to the PGA and its heritage through our early professional staff – the PGA’s founding members - is summarised in the displays.

It is a compelling read for the discerning golfer.

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