Situated to the south of Huddersfield and close to the main motorway networks, Woodsome Hall Golf Club provides traditional quality golfing values to its members and visitors alike. With a Par of 70 and a SSS of 71 the course is an excellent test of skill for golfers of all levels with accuracy and thought being the key to success.
Our 16th century Grade 1 listed Club House is truly stunning and steeped in history. Here you will be able to take advantage of the wonderful catering, cask beers and fine hospitality on offer which all adds to providing an unforgettable golfing experience.
John Eyre and his staff are able to provide lessons for:
Also Group Lessons upon request
Above the pro-shop John has developed an indoor putting centre where members at Woodsome Hall GC are now able to enjoy one of the best facilities in Yorkshire. There is a 40 foot indoor putting green and more than 70 putters from more than 7 golf brands for players to test out including the SeeMore Putter which has won over $40m for Zach Johnson. The facility has been described by many a club professional as being ‘magnificent!’
The putting area features a state-of-the-art surface which measures a 12 on the stimp meter: this speed having been chosen as it provides the user with a true roll. It also has a surface around the outside of the green which imitates the fringe on an outside green thus providing the ability to provide chipping lessons indoors.
John is the only National Putting Zone Coach in the UK. He has worked closely with Geoff Mangum at Putting Zone on perfecting the art of putting and is now highly regarded as one of the best putting coaches in the country.
If you are interested in improving the most important part of you game, then contact John and get into the Putting Zone!
Brief insight into Putting Zone...
Putting has FOUR skills, not just the stroke, and these four skills must be integrated with instinctive touch and stroke timing -- Read, Aim, Stroke, and Touch. In the Putting Zone, you will find the most comprehensive and lethally effective putting techniques in golf history -- combining the best from golf since the 1800s with advanced physics, anatomy, biomechanics, motor science, and especially the NEW neuroscience of perceptual and movement processes in the brain and body for instinctive reading, aiming, stroking and controlling distance and pace. You're either in the Putting Zone, or not.