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Midgley Lodge Motel & Golf Course

Address Midgley Lodge Motel & Golf Course, Bar Lane, Wakefield,
West Yorkshire WF4 4JJ
Telephone 01924 830 069
Holes 9 hole golf course suitable for all standards of golfer
Yardage 5318
Par 66
Visitors Pay and Play, open to residents and non-residents.
Societies Welcome, call for offers
Green Fees
9 holes: B / 18 holes C
Course Designer Opened in May 2006.
Location Situated within the shared grounds of the Black Bull, one of Whitbread's most prestigious Brewers' Fayre Inns.
A variety of bar meals available
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Good little course & perfect for beginners. However, if you're a seasoned golf veteran then I would not recommend as it often gets clogged up with very slow players, but Ok if you have the patience!

A good course to keep in touch with your golf during the colder months and not too easy for a 9 holer either! 6/10 Paul

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