The 18th century mansion which is the centrepiece of Oulton Hall, near Leeds, is a good indication of the quality to be found at the resort upon further investigation.
As well as featuring 27 holes designed by one of the late 20th century’s leading golf course architects, Dave Thomas, and outstanding practice facilities, Oulton Hall – just 15 miles from Leeds Bradford Airport – boasts the north of England’s leading golf performance centre.
Along with a state-of-the-art QHotels Golf Academy, the venue offers a range of other facilities aimed at fine-tuning the swing, while the Claret Jug restaurant is the ideal place to re-energise after a long day on the course.
QHotels, Oulton Hall’s owner and the UK’s largest hotel golf resort operator, is committed to boosting golf participation levels across England and Scotland and has created a number of forward-thinking new initiatives over the last 18 months to help achieve its goal.
Having launched its QFairway membership scheme – the country’s most flexible golf membership – to widespread praise from the golf industry, the hotel group has successfully implemented its QHotels QGolf Academy programme, providing a coherent and structured teaching initiative across its 10 golf resorts.
Offering tuition and guidance for players of all ages and abilities, the scheme has been designed to help increase the number of people playing golf, with a key focus on promoting the game to juniors, women and beginners.
A range of attractive benefits can be enjoyed in the academy’s StartGolf beginner teaching packages, including free introductory sessions, low-cost group tuition and membership offers, while its BetterGolf group tuition sessions will offer complimentary game assessment to members as well as a variety of learning golf seminars and specialist clinics.
Children aged 15 and under can also enjoy free memberships with QHotels when they join QFairway, providing their parent or guardian also has an adult membership.
To discover more about Oulton Hall, visit www.qhotels.co.uk/our-locations/oulton-hall or call 0113 282 1000.
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