• Headley Golf Club
    Headley Golf Club Headley Golf Club was established in 1907 and is situated 1000 feet above sea level in the Pennines above Bradford.
  • The sixth green
    The sixth green The lower part of the course containing 4 holes is dominated by the Thornton viaduct. Here the 6th green with the viaduct in the background
  • Thornton Viaduct
    Thornton Viaduct Thornton Viaduct was built around 1870 and was part of the rail link between Keighley to Queensbury

Have a great day for only £10  

Visitors are always welcome at Headley and our Green fees represents fantastic value for money.

       Weekdays     £10  for the day
       Weekends     £10 for 18 holes.

               Please ring 01274 833481 for availability at the weekends.

Fees are payable on arrival either at the bar, to the Greenkeeper or in the honesty box located just inside
the door to the locker room.

Please ensure you pay before you start your round. Failure to do so could result in you being asked to
leave the course and not return.

Here's where to find us


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Some extra help

: Travelling up Thornton Road Green Lane is on the left  hand side opposite the Blue Boar Pub.

: Coming from Denholme take the first left after Keelham traffic lights

: Coming from Queensbury take the road on the right just before the Queensbury Celtic

football ground. If you pass the Ragalds Pub, youv'e missed it

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