Lindrick Golf Club Ladies’ section is a dynamic and vibrant part of the golfing community, with a rich schedule of competitions, social events, and a strong presence in the Yorkshire Ladies County Golfing Association. The commitment to welcoming and nurturing new members, especially beginners, is commendable and crucial for the growth and inclusivity of the sport. Ladies Golfing Taster Package
Lindrick Golf Club Men’s section enjoys a wide range of club competitions and encourages members of all ages to play golf and participate in a warm and friendly Golf Club that has for many years carried forward great traditions that are associated with a Golf Club of our premier standing.
The history of Lindrick Golf Club, particularly it’s distinction as a host for the 1957 Ryder Cup, is indeed a proud highlight. This not only marks the Club as part of golfing history but also serves as a testament to the quality and challenge of the course. It’s fantastic that this legacy continues to be celebrated and shared with members and visitors alike.
The commitment to inclusivity and encouragement of golfers of all ages and skill levels in both the Ladies’ and Men’s sections is commendable. This approach not only fosters a supportive golfing community but also ensures the growth and sustainability of the sport.
From its earliest days, Lindrick was recognised as a Championship course by the Yorkshire Union, but it was not until 1957 that the club achieved international recognition. In that year, Lindrick hosted the Ryder Cup, becoming one of an elite number of courses to do so.
As Captains, it is with great pride that we represent our wonderful golf club and very much look forward to our valued members and visitors enjoying the pleasure of our splendid Golf course during 2024 and for many years to come.
We welcome visitors and societies to our 1957 Ryder Cup Venue and invite you to use the link below to enter our visitor booking system and enjoy one of the best inland golf courses in England with a reputation for hospitality to match.