History

Moor Allerton Golf Club was founded in 1923 (course designed by Dr. Alastair Mackenzie) and members continued to play golf on the original site, Nursery Lane in the Moor Allerton district of Leeds, until 1970.

In 1970, due to the demand for membership, the club relocated to it’s current site near the village of Wike in North Leeds, 10 minutes drive from the original site. The course was designed by the renowned golf course architect Robert Trent-Jones Senior.

Our overriding objective is to provide a golfing experience second to none in the county of Yorkshire. We pride ourselves on being a friendly and welcoming club to both members and visitors alike.

Our expectation is that members conduct themselves appropriately at all times; respect and care for the golf course and clubhouse facilities and extend a courteous and friendly manner to other members, staff and visitors

The club was founded as a Jewish Golf Club and is proud to be open to all, irrespective of race, colour or creed.

The club observes key dates in the Jewish calendar including Rosh Hashanah (New Year), Yom Kippur and Passover. Our menus conform to Jewish traditions as well as catering for other palates.

Moor Allerton Golf Club - Official Opening 2nd May 1971
Moor Allerton Golf Club - Member History