Hollins Hall Hotel & Country Club

Hollins Hall Hotel & Country Club, West Yorkshire is an 18 hole, par 71 (6671 yard), resort, parkland golf course.

Contact Information

Hollins Hill, Baildon, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD17 7QW United Kingdom

Tel: 01274 534212

Golf Pro: Chris Kelby | Tel: 01274 534 212

Website: https://www.britanniahotels.com/hotels/hollins-hall-hotel-country-club
 

Tee Time Information

  • Midweek Guide: £35.00 per round *
  • Weekend Guide: £50.00 per round *

Book online: with golfnow.co.uk

* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.

Course Information:
18 holes | Par 71 | 6671 yards | Resort | Parkland

Driving rangeGolf club hireBuggy HireGolf shop Changing roomsClubhouse BarFood Function Room Hire Accommodation

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  • Societies Accepted to Play
  • Society Deals Available

Hollins Hall Hotel & Country Club Reviews & Information


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  4.28

Golfshake Golf Course Rating from 231
Average Ratings
4.12 ... Overall Rating
4.16 ... The Course
3.87 ... Course Cond.
4.09 ... Facilities/Serv.
4.00 ... VFM
Addtional Ratings
3.68 ... Pace of play
4.00 ... Hospitality.
3.13 ... Prac. Facil.
3.40 ... Food + Drink
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231 ratings & 153 reviews on Golfshake. Ranked 787 out of 2162.

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This is an entertaining golf course that is relatively easy to play. It makes for an enjoyable place to have a offsite society day.
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Reviewed Oct 15 2016 by Anthony Halifax - rated 1 out of 5
Course in good condition, can imagine it would get muddy further into winter though. Greens good & nice mix of interesting holes.

BUT they didn't have our booking (despite me having a confirmation email) and we then endured the longest 2 ball round of my life - nearly 5 hours!

Desperately needs a Marshall to ensure players are aware of what's expected with pace of play and to get them back on track when out of postion. They have a Marshall hut on the 10th tee so why not use it?
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Reviewed Aug 21 2019 by Chris B - rated 2 out of 5

Nice course with great scenery

Played Hollins Hall a few times now and have always enjoyed playing it when under the Marriott brand but was disappointed on this occasion. Hotel showing signs that the course is secondary to the accommodation, pro shop now gone instead it is a small amusement arcade with just a desk for the golf check in. Course showing signs of neglect, tee beds scruffy, fairways not mown, no definition. Greens were good but too quick for this type of course. Shame as it could be an excellent golf course with some great holes and lovely scenery, so come on Elite get it sorted.

(Round played: Aug 2019 - Score: 79 Handicap: 6.2)
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Reviewed Apr 25 2017 by Clock Face - rated 2 out of 5
First impressions - staff very friendly but coffee overpriced at £3.20 a cup and forget the sausage muffin - poor. buggy service to 1st tee was not running so serious climb required. Course is a good layout, greens hard, fast with more than enough slope (made me look daft on more than one occasion). Beautiful vistas. It is exposed and and is seriously hilly so if you struggle with that either get a buggy (expensive) or play elsewhere. Its a mixture of golf and mountaineering. I'm not rushing back.
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Reviewed Aug 3 2016 by Peter W - rated 2 out of 5
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Reviewed Oct 12 2014 by Darren Henderson - rated 2 out of 5
Visited hollins hall on the 5th of October and the course was ok with a few quirky holes especially the stroke index 1 hole the 9th which was a bit of a Mickey Mouse hole luckily for us we asked an old fella walking his dog to tell us where the hell we were supposed to hit to, I hit it exactly where the old guy told me to hit it and it was in the middle of the fairway however my mate hit his tee shot roughly 5 yards right of mine and the same distance and his ball is still missing in action! That leads onto the the signature hole number 14, unless you hit the ball 329 yards from an elevated tee onto the green, just keep walking you've got to hit to the narrowest fairway in Christendom with a stream running across the fairway and a large pond further on to the right also forgot to mention the 50 foot trees to the left with rough all the way down the left hand side, unless your a single figure handicap you will be hitting a iron to the fairway hahaha if you hit it and then another iron to the green. On the plus point the greens were running fast and true!!!
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Reviewed Oct 29 2009 by Allan B - rated 2 out of 5
Hilly in places. You get the impression that they wanted to make a championship course, but realised they had not achieved it. So, they made the fairways very narrow and the rough very deep to protect the course. A couple of nice holes, but the rest are nothing special.
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Reviewed Nov 15 2007 by Kieran S - rated 2 out of 5
The course has the potential to be realy nice but with it being on top of a hill the weather is never calm ive played this a few times and its been the same every time. The staff are generally ok with one lad whos great he takes you up to the first tee and bless him he brought me a bacon sandwich on the 7th. Unfortunatly that was the best of my day
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Reviewed May 31 2020 by Steven K - rated 3 out of 5
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Reviewed Jun 4 2019 by Andy, Ipswich - rated 3 out of 5

Hilly and challenging, slow play!

Played on spec on a Sunday afternoon. The standard pay and play rate was good, the £5 resident rate reduction to £17.50 made it extremely good value. Not overly long but long enough. However, length isn't this course's defence, it is its undulating, often hilly, layout with the majority of greens raised up with significant drop-offs, and the fact that much of the course is exposed to the moorland winds. The back 9 is the more interesting of the two, but both 9s have some short and medium par 4s that need plotting and one or two genuinely good-looking holes.. Not a lot of need for driver but that's no bad thing given that miss the fairway on several holes and the deep stuff kicks in very quickly. Standing out for me were the greens. All undulating and very well kept, I didn't find a straight put all the way round. Only two gripes, one major one minor. The minor gripe was the state of the tees; not that they were awful but they weren't great, and that stood out given the excellent state of the rest of the course. My major gripe was the fantastically steep, long slog up to the 1st tee. It was a good job the tee wasn't busy, as I had to take a few minutes to get my breath back at the top. For me, that steep slog was bordering on unacceptable. Would play there again, but unless you're fit it strikes me you are almost forced to shell out for a buggy.
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Reviewed May 29 2019 by Stephen C - rated 3 out of 5
Very hilly course , ?30 for a buggy is a rip off , but if your not fit you will need one around here.
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Reviewed Sep 28 2018 by Richard W - rated 3 out of 5

Tough & Challenging

We were lucky enough to have a free four ball and travelled from Newcastle. The hike to the first tee box is the toughest uphill stretch but following that you are met with a tough 18 hole layout. The wind was strong on the day we played and it made scoring tough. The mown grass next to the fairways also an interesting and at times tough place to be. That said it was well maintained, undulating greens and a solid place to play golf. The highlight the unique hole playing to the viaduct - very good and even made a par.

(Round played: Sep 2018 - Score: 94 Handicap: 13.1)
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Reviewed Sep 1 2018 by Patricia N - rated 3 out of 5

Nice Place

Lovely course, we had it to ourselves but its not easy with loads of nuances . Would like to play again now I have more idea what's going on!

(Round played: Aug 2018 - Score: 114 Handicap: 28.9)
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Reviewed May 1 2018 by Nick G - rated 3 out of 5

excellent condition

brilliant course, great challenge, great condition.very very good would recommend to anyone


(Round played: Oct 2017 - Score: 97 Handicap: 15)
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Reviewed Oct 3 2017 by Richard S - rated 3 out of 5
Enjoyable round at Hollins Hall. Course was wet in places and played extremely long in parts with the wind a huge factor. Greens were ok despite being treated. We will be back again.

(Round played: Oct 2017 - Score: 94 Handicap: 16.3)
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Reviewed Aug 14 2017 by Diane J - rated 3 out of 5

Challenging, enjoyablecourse but slow play and poor practice nets let

Don't be put off by first impressions at the practice facilities. The nets are atrocious !!!
The course is a challenging, both physically and mentally. The fairways and greens are in very good condition. The greens are especially challenging, with all sorts of ridges, inclines and idiosyncrasies. I preferred the back 9 as the holes were more interesting with more features. Sat was very windy so it added another dimension.
Slow play - I played as a 2 ball on Sat and Sun and was waiting on every tee due to sheer number of players in the course. There were 6 four-balls infront on Sunday so the round took almost 5 hours. I played on a sunny day but it would have been a miserable experience on a wet day.
Clubhouse is part of the 4* hotel, so expect the prices to be higher in the bar/ restaurant.
Pro shop staff were chatty and friendly.
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Reviewed Aug 9 2016 by Craig H - rated 3 out of 5
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Reviewed Apr 23 2016 by Mathew H - rated 3 out of 5
Course in good condition. Greens a bit of a mess at moment post treated

(Round played: Apr 2016 - Score: 111 Handicap: 26.8)
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Reviewed Sep 16 2015 by Andy chesterfield - rated 3 out of 5
Good course, interesting holes decent greens.buggies too expensive.
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