Wetherby Golf Club is a picturesque 18-hole parkland course in the village of Linton, close to the market town of Wetherby. It is set on an escarpment and bordered by the river Wharfe which provides stunning views on six of the holes. Founded in 1910 the course was redesigned in 1919 by the legendary course architect Dr Alister McKenzie. Renowned for its manicured fairways it offers a challenging but fair test of golf. From the tiger tees the recently improved course measures almost 6700 yards. However there are now 5 tee options offering a course to suit all requirements. We also boast the added benefit of two loops of 9 holes.
Plan ahead for your visit to Wetherby and make the most of your round with our course photo. For a more detailed visual of the 18 holes, click on the individual hole photos below. You can also read the helpful tips from our resident professional. For up to date course conditions please...