You donít have to be a big hitter to enjoy playing our course, sometimes it helps, but its relatively short yardage makes it ideal for most gentlemen golfers, ladies and juniors. There are a couple of small hills, but the course is mostly easy walking.
The parkland course protects itself with fairly tight fairways and a variety of hazards, so satisfaction is guaranteed with a moderate amount of accuracy. There are trees to be avoided, but many are still relatively young which can be negotiated unless you are really unlucky. And when you get there, high quality, testing greens greet you.
As a 9 hole course, you can play all of it on a summer evening after work without taking too much time out. A full 18 holes then requires two circuits. On Saturday and Sunday mornings, our members can enjoy breakfast half way through the club competition round, everything from a slice of toast to a full breakfast. This provides a unique perspective on a competitive round of golf.
If you want a day out, then we can accommodate 18, 27 or 36 hole events with excellent catering to suite any size of party.
East Bierley Golf Club opened its doors in 1909 and has been based at its current site since 1924 but it is really in the last 20 years that major changes and improvements have taken place. It started with the purchase of the course, the building of a purpose built clubhouse and machinery shed and appointment of a PGA professional.
The 9 hole course measuring 5,189 yards and with a par of 68 offers a true and fair test of your golfing ability, testing your length, judgement and accuracy over the part parkland and part moorland course.
After playing why not visit our clubhouse, Here you can experience some of our warm northern hospitality. We can provide food and beverage to satisfy your needs after your round or just call in to sample our hospitality.
Itís delightful setting, overlooking the course; with pleasant views from its elevated position help complete what we hope will be a memorable day.
We look forward to welcoming you in person.