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Selby Golf Club

Address Selby Golf Club, Mill Lane, Brayton, Selby, YO8 9LD
Telephone Clubhouse: 01757 228590
Secretary/Society bookings: 01757 228622
Professional: 01757 228800
Caterer: 01757 228226
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Holes 18 hole links-style course built on sandy soil
Yardage 6341
Par 71
Visitors Contact professional on 01757 228785, weekdays handicap certificate required, tees only available Friday, Saturday & Sunday after 2:30pm
Societies Welcome weekdays, must applycontact Secretary in advance
Green Fees
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Course Designer J Taylor & Hawtree
The club was established in 1907, and is owned by its members, operating as a non-profit making limited company.
Location Near to the village of Brayton, close to the A19, about three miles to the South West of Selby. Off the west bound A63 Selby By-Pass. 5m N of M62 J34
• Two full-size snooker tables
• Golf lessons
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