Cleveland Golf Club rightly boasts itself as the only true Championship links course in the county of Yorkshire. Established in 1887, with over 130 years of history, the course has had several renowned architects involved in its design, most notably Old Tom Morris and Harry Colt. Cleveland Golf Club has played host to the English Golf Union county finals and many County and Professional events, giving it the reputation of one of the premier golf courses in Yorkshire. Measuring 6,921 yards from the black tees, the Par 72 course is a classic links. With strategic bunker placement in fairways and around the greens, Cleveland Golf Club presents golfers of all levels a fair challenge. The flat layout presents an easy walk around the course, with undulating fairways and often windy conditions creating food-for-thought on how shots are played. The recently renovated clubhouse, with bar and lounge provide the ideal setting for golfers to grab a light snack before they play, or a hearty meal and refreshing drink after their efforts on the links. Golfers should also check into the Pro Shop, where the resident professional has all the equipment needed, and plenty of tips for playing the course.