Golf Course at Boothferry Golf Club in East Yorkshire, York and Doncaster
Designed by a legendary modern-day golf course architect, Donald Steel, Boothferry Golf Club is one of the most enjoyable meadowland courses in Yorkshire, popular with many visiting golfers.
This established course in a tranquil setting within the Vale of York is a pleasing test featuring natural dykes that occasionally provide additional challenges on a number of holes!
The course is easy walking and quite flat making it particularily attractive to the more mature golfer as well as the younger ones. During the summer months, a fleet of golf buggies are available for hire.
Boothferry is well worth a visit, with easy access from the B1228, 3 miles north of Howden (exit M62 at junction 36), or 2 miles west off the A614 from Holme-on-Spalding-Moor.