The focal point of Huddersfield Golf Club is undoubtedly the magnificent Fixby Hall. A beautiful 18th century Grade II-listed house, it?s one of the most attractive clubhouses in the country. The course forges out from the hall in two nine-hole loops of some quality.
Course lowdown: Accurate driving is crucial at Huddersfield as the wispy rough is very punishing. The new USGA-spec greens have made the course considerably harder ? their severe slopes demand approach shots that must be played to the correct side of the pin. Find the wrong side and you?ll do well to avoid a three-putt.
Stats: par 71, SSS 71, 6,466 yards
Green fees: £45 wd, £55 we (summer), £25 wd, £35 we (winter)
History: The original design was by Tom Dunn but over the last 100 years Alex Herd, W Herbert Fowler, Alister MacKenzie, Hawtree and Donald Steel have overseen a number of alterations.
Location: Fixby Hall, Lightridge Raod, Huddersfield HD2 2EP
T: 01484 426463