Welcome to West Bradford Golf Club
West Bradford Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in Yorkshire.
The building that houses the Clubhouse dates back to 1720, and is a Grade II listed building. The golf club itself was established in 1900 as a members club for local wool and textile merchants at the height of Bradford’s prominence at the centre of the UK Textile industry.
The golf course was originally opened as a 9 hole course, before being extended to 18 holes in 1907. The course then saw radical design changes over the following few years, but the current course layout has been largely unaltered since the 1960’s.
Today West Bradford Golf Club has a well deserved reputation of being the friendliest Golf Club in Yorkshire, and visitors to the club are guaranteed a warm Yorkshire welcome.