About the Club
Ganstead was opened in 1976 and over the intervening years it has developed into one of the most challenging and appealing courses in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The majority of fairways are defined by grassy mounds, mature trees and sculptured lakes and bunkers.
The generously sized and sloping greens present the golfer with numerous questions to answer during their round of golf.
Visitors tavelling from the South or West should approach Hull on the A63. Continue along the main A63 until you cross the River Hull (you will notice the Tidal Barrier on your right). Continue towards the Docks, past the first roundabout, at the second roundabout take teh second exit, the A165 to Bridlington. At the next set of traffic lifts you should turn right along Holderness Road and this main road should be followed out of the city. Keep on the A165 and pass through the village Ganstead. Just before the village of Coniston turn right onto the B1238 to Bilton. The clubhouse is on the right and cannot be missed.
If you were approaching from North or North West you would be advised to take the A1035 from Beverley for approximately five miles. You will approach a roundabout where you will take the third exit along the A165 to Hull. Follow this road until just through the village of Coniston when on your left you will clearly see the golf course.