Founded in 1909, Moortown golf course was designed by the world famous Dr Alister MacKenzie, who also designed Augusta National, Cypress Point, Royal Melbourne and many others.

In 1929, Moortown hosted the first ever Ryder Cup match on British soil and throughout the years has hosted many professional and amateur tournaments with winners including Sir Nick Faldo, Bernard Gallagher and Sir Michael Bonallack.

Located north of Leeds, Moortown is one of Yorkshire’s most famous courses, with the original bunkers still in place today.

The club often hosts various famous visitors, and is traditionally the choice of the England and Australia cricket teams when contesting the Ashes at Headingley.