Course Closed Friday 15th, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th December. Next Inspection Monday 18th December 08:00 AM - Driving Range fully Open.

Halifax Bradley Hall Golf Club has a large and friendly Men's section with a full and varied programme of both competitive and social golf.

Competitions are played from March to September on Saturdays with approximately 180 members taking part. We have a wide variety of competition types as well as a good selection of flagship board competitions. However if you just want to play social golf there are lots of opportunities to join in. If you take your golf more seriously the club run both scratch and handicap teams and Halifax Bradley Hall has an enviable reputation in district competitions.

Competitive golf does not stop at the end of the fair weather season, regular winter golf is a very active and sociable part of our Club. Whatever your reason for wanting to play golf you will always receive a warm welcome at Halifax Bradley Hall.


Halifax Bradley Hall Golf Club boasts a large Junior Section with over 60 members’ it has a fine reputation in the District. Juniors may join and remain until they are 18, and has become very popular and successful. Some of our juniors have significantly reduced their handicaps and have been chosen to receive county and national training. The Club professional and his assistant are very pro-active with regards to their commitment to junior training. As a Club we are dedicated to providing our juniors with and enjoyable and enthusiastic start to their golfing life.


The Ladies section at Halifax Bradley Hall Golf Club has over 50 members, is busy, friendly and competitive. With a mixed range of handicaps our annual programme is organised to ensure opportunities are available for competitive and social golf. Thursday is our main competition day, however a wide variety of friendly and competitive golf is available throughout the week, including Saturdays. We enjoy all year round golf with regular Pro's medals and the highly popular Winter League. We are a Ladies' section that believes whole-heartedly in trying to play with as many different people throughout the year as possible.

Recognising the need to develop a growing Ladies' Section, we have a small but active Junior Girls Section, this is firmly supported with regular training and coaching from the Assistant Club Professional. We fully appreciate that the future of Ladies golf is dependant on the interest, enthusiasm, encouragement and inclusion of our junior girls.

We welcome the opportunity for new ladies to join our Club, whether they are new to the game or not. Our Professional, Dave, holds regular introductory evenings as well as coaching sessions, here you will meet many of our lady golfers who are trying to improve their game. We hope you will give these friendly, informative and enjoyable sessions a try and subsequently become a member at Halifax Bradley Hall.  We can always provide 'buddies' to help new ladies to find their feet in both the club and out on the course.



We have a well established, successful and thriving Rabbits Section catering for players with a handicap from 16 to 28 the Rabbits Section enjoy both competitive and friendly golf throughout the season. During last season we also played in 14 friendly matches against local clubs, enjoying good golf, good humour and good spirit - highly recommended as a way to integrate into the Club and the Rabbits Section. We also run dedicated Rabbit tournaments throughout the year as well as a number of Honours Board competitions. Messages of interest are regularly posted on the notice board in the locker room detailing events, competitions etc. The Rabbits Section has a large membership, with well over 100 members, and aims to raise funds to support the Club through its golf and social events.


Our Club boasts a variety of senior (Over 55) competitions held throughout the season. Friendlies are organised on a regular basis as well as competitive Lawrance Batley league fixtures.


Mixed golf at Halifax Bradley Hall has a long and successful tradition. Players can choose whether or not to play with their life partner. Our experience would suggest that many wives or husbands play better when not with their spouse and bloodshed is generally avoided! Matches are played in an extremely friendly environment and there are many instances of friendships developing between our club members and members of other clubs. All matches are extremely well organised by enthusiastic club members and tend to be played on Sundays between April and October, usually with food to follow. No one remembers the result but everyone remembers the fun.

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