The Clubhouse at Headingley Golf Club was originally constructed in 1906 following its move from its first home on the Becketts Park Estate a few miles away. Time however has not stood still for this ever evolving hub of Headingley Golf Club. Recent refurbishment of the clubhouse’s key areas has taken place to keep it at the same excellent standard as the Course that sits beside it.
Headingley Golf Club is renowned for its warm and friendly atmosphere and the clubhouse offers a relaxing setting. The panoramic views of the 18th green, the first tee and the rolling countryside make the welcoming Clubhouse the perfect setting to sit back and relax.
The MacKenzie Lounge
Named after Dr Alistair Mackenzie the Mackenzie lounge offers an unrivalled view across the putting green, first tee complex and the eighteenth green. The newly refurbished room gives direct access to the terrace which offers a pleasant and relaxing way to end your round. The large wall mounted LCD television provides access to Sky Sports and during large events and competitions this can be used as a room for registrations and leaderboards also displayed on the large screen.
The Sarazen Lounge
The Sarazen Lounge which is located at the heart of the club is the ideal place to relax after your round. Watch your fellow competitors finish their round whilst enjoying a drink and a snack from our extensive bar menu.
The Sarazen lounge, named after Gene Sarazen who played what was dubbed the first World Championship of Golf against Walter Hagen in 1923, houses our two trophy cabinets which contain some impressive silverware some of which dates back to the 1920s. Take a moment to look at some of the historic photographs and see how Headingley Golf Course would have looked when the pioneers first played the course.
The Sarazen lounge provides stunning views across the eighteenth green , first fairway and the surrounding countryside.
The Hagen Room
Should you wish to celebrate a special event The Hagen Room, which sits adjacent to the Sarazen Lounge, is named after Walter Hagen who played against Gene Sarazen at Headingley in in 1923.
The Hagen Room can be booked for hire and packages are available for every budget.
The stunning views across the eighteenth and first tee complex make this room an enjoyable dining experience.
The 19th Hole
The Nineteenth hole which has its own separate bar houses the club’s major honours boards. Take a step back in time to view the names of Headingley Champions. Headingley has had a number of great players and you may see the odd name more than once. Member or guest, you can be sure of a warm welcome and enjoy the post round analysis where everyone has had a good round