Whitby Golf Club course is perfect for visitors as it is neither too long or difficult but remains a good challenge for the lower handicap golfer
Having originally been founded at Goathland in 1892 Whitby Golf Club has been located in this stunning clifftop location between Whitby and Sandsend since 1895. There are wonderful views along the coast between Kettleness and the iconic Whitby Abbey and views inland towards the rolling North York Moors.
Where ever you are on the course you are guaranteed a view of the sea! Whitby Golf Club is easily accessible from the North East via Middlesbrough and from the South and West via Scarborough and York.
The course is perfect for visitors as it is neither too long or difficult but remains a good challenge for the lower handicap golfer. The weather conditions can also provide an interesting if unexpected, playing partner.
- Pro Shop: Yes
- Driving Range: Yes
- Chipping Area: Yes
- Putting Green: Yes
- Buggy Hire: Yes
- Pull-cart Hire: Yes
- Club Hire: Yes
- Teaching Pro: Yes
- Walking Allowed: Yes
- Cards Accepted: Yes
- Policy Here: No
- Dress Code: Proper attire required
Winter 18 Holes from- £10.00
Summer 18 Holes from- £12.50
Weekend & bank holidays from- £30.00
The Clubhouse, Bar & Catering
Golfers and non-golfers are welcome and the dress code in the Clubhouse is smart casual – jacket and tie are not necessary. In addition to the bar and restaurant, we have a snooker room with a full-sized table and a separate lounge for Junior members. Both the men’s and ladies’ locker rooms have shower facilities and guest lockers for use during your round. Catering in our bar and restaurant is provided by Whitby Golf Club Ltd in conjunction with the Raithwaite Estate.
During the winter season, we provide a limited hot and cold sandwich offer, hot drinks and a full bar service during the opening hours as shown below. During the main season (end April to end October) the bar and catering opening hours and the menu will be extended but may be subject to change based on weather conditions.