AS COUNCIL GOLF COURSES RE-OPEN AT TEMPLE NEWSAM AND ROUNDHAY PARK
In line with the lifting of national lockdown restrictions next Monday (29 March), the council-owned golf courses at Temple Newsam and Roundhay Park are set to officially reopen.
Working with England Golf and government coronavirus guidelines, a number of measures will be in place to ensure golfers can enjoy their games safely. These include social distancing, providing hand sanitising stations for visitors and track and trace measures when booking and on-site.
Next Monday will also mark the first time players at Temple Newsam will be able to enjoy the course’s reconfigured layout, providing picturesque views and a fun challenge across two nine-hole courses known as Lady Dorothy and Lord Irwin. These can also be played as a traditional 18-hole course.
Whether you’re looking to enjoy the nine-hole Lady Dorothy and Lord Irwin courses as a full 18 holes, or to visit the classic nine-hole course at Roundhay Park, pay and play golf is back alongside the reopening, providing an affordable way for residents to try the sport out.
Additionally, for those looking to play throughout the year, season tickets will go on sale on 1 April, giving you access to both courses until March 2022.
For further details, including pricing and the course phone numbers you’ll need to book a tee time (with 48 hours’ notice for existing members and 24 hours’ notice for pay and play visitors), please visit the Active Leeds website here.