Headingley Golf Club was founded in 1892 making it one of the oldest golf clubs in the Leeds area. Headingley Golf Club is located beside the picturesque suburb of Adel, which is only five miles north of Leeds city centre. Designed by architectural greats including Dr Alister MacKenzie and Harry S. Colt in the early 20th century, Headingley Golf Club sits in a completely rural setting on a piece of nearly perfect land which is made up of heathland, moorland and parkland. This provided the ideal setting to place the very memorable par-71 layout which stretches to just over 6600 yards from the white tees and gives players a great mix of modern golf with a traditional out and back design. Not only will you enjoy the fantastic course at Headingley Golf Club, you'll be made very welcome every time you visit.