Set in the Pennine hills above Huddersfield, on the edge of the Peak District National Park, Marsden Golf Club is one of the most picturesque in Yorkshire, providing spectacular views over Butterley reservoir and the surrounding countryside.
Just 10 minutes drive from Huddersfield and the M62 motorway, and just 15 minutes from Oldham, the golf club offers peace and tranquillity whilst being within easy reach of both conurbations.
With the close proximity of several other courses, excellent reasonably priced local accommodation and easy access to the motorway network, Marsden is an ideal location for those mid-week golfing breaks.
(See our links page for details of some of the accommodation available.)
Built in 1920 having been designed by the famous Dr Alister MacKenzie, designer of the Augusta National in America and many other championship courses around the world, this well maintained 9 hole course provides a good challenge with some tight fairways, tricky approach shots and guarded greens. Natural hazards and an openness to the prevailing winds adds to the enjoyment.
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