Wigton Lane, Alwoodley, Leeds, LS17 8SA, England
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Forming part of the famous stretch of golfing territory on the northern fringe of Leeds in Yorkshire, The Alwoodley Golf Club was the first course to be designed by the famous golf architect, Dr Alister MacKenzie, whose other masterpieces included Augusta National, Cypress Point, Pasatiempo and Crystal Downs in the United States, and Royal Melbourne in Australia.
According to "Today's Golfer," Alwoodley is "one of the best-kept secrets in British golf." The course layout forms part of Wigton Moor and is of a natural moorland character. Springy fairways cut through a profusion of heather, whins and shrubs, with the trees particularly striking in autumn which American visitors find especially appealing. In addition to its scenic beauty, the course is plentifully and cunningly bunkered and has large undulating and interesting greens.
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