A warm welcome awaits all visitors to Brough Golf Club, an attractive and challenging Inland Parkland Course located in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The mature nature of the course reflects its historical roots. The Club was founded in 1891 but officially recognised by the R & A in 1893 and so celebrated its Centenary in 1993. The on course facilities are complemented by the finest in house amenities including a magnificent Clubhouse with first class catering run by an enthusiastic and welcoming team.
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A post war brochure speaks of the "good golfing qualities of the course... of its superb Clubhouse... and of being greeted with the friendliness, courtesy and first class service of the staff". This is still true today
"A testing par 68 for the scratch player without being too difficult for the higher handicap." To which can be added, "An attractive course, with good golfing qualities, which makes it a pleasure to play... again... and again."
You'll find that the clubhouse at Brough Golf Club is the ideal place to relax. You can enjoy good food and a wonderful range of beers, spirits and soft drinks.
If you need that bit of extra help with your game expert tuition by qualified PGA professionals can be arranged.
The coaching programme allows children from the age of 5 the opportunity to get started in golf in a friendly group environment with expert tuition from PGA qualified coaches.
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A testing par 68 for the scratch player without being too difficult for the higher handicap.
"An attractive course, with good golfing qualities, which makes it a pleasure to play again and again."
Brough Golf Club, Cave Road, Brough, East Yorkshire, HU15 1HB.
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