Halifax Bradley hall golf club was founded in 1907 and is often remarked too as “a top quality 18 hole course set in a stunning location”. The course consists of part Moorland and part Parkland,across the side of a north facing valley close to the villages of Greetland and Stainland. With only 14 bunkers on the course, it truly defends itself by providing challenging approach shots to varying sizes of greens, which are renowned for their speed and undulations. The course really does provides a good test to any visiting golfer, whether a high or low handicap.
The front nine is mainly moorland being generally considered the tougher of the two nines by our members. From the 8th tee you are greeted with fantastic views over the valley on a summer’s day. One of two par 5’s on the course. This hole plays alongside an old quarry and ancient railway line to a challenging hidden green that requires a strategically placed approach shot.
One of our strengths is that we have several tees near the clubhouse which is perfect, for those wanting to squeeze in a quick few holes before the next meeting or before or after you start work.
At over 6138 yards Par 70 for the gents and 5286 yards Par 71 for the ladies on paper the course looks fairly easy. Although in the majority a fairly easy walking course, undulating approach shots and the greens make the course a fair test for any golfer.
The club boasts a covered 3 bay driving range, where practise balls can be purchased or you can use your own. The three purpose built greens at 75 yards and 100 yards and 150 yds help to sharpen up your short game whilst the range at 300 yards long, allows you to use every club in your bag to hone your skills.
The Putting green in front of the clubhouse entrance and two adjacent warm up net’s help to get your round off to a good start.