Sand Moor is one of the most attractive courses in Yorkshire.
Situated some five miles north of Leeds in rolling countryside, there are splendid views over Eccup Reservoir and the Yorkshire Dales and as far as the White Horse on the North York Moors.
The 18-hole par-71 championship course was originally developed in the 1920s with the assistance of the renowned Dr Alister MacKenzie, who worked on many courses in the Leeds area and would design Augusta National.
Sand Moor is most notable for its quite outstanding collection of par 3s. There are five in total, and all call for something slightly different. What they have in common is the ability to ruin your scorecard and simultaneously make you want to return to the tee and play them again.
With the likes of Alwoodley, Moortown, Headingley and Moor Allerton all close by, Sand Moor is located in a part of Leeds blessed with an outstanding array of courses.