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New Dormy House for Woodsome Hall Golf Club

3.08pm 11th August 2015 - Courses

View from Dormy House bedroom
View from Dormy House bedroom

Woodsome Golf Club near Huddersfield formally opened its new 8 twin-bedroom Dormy House this weekend. To celebrate this magnificent achievement the Club hosted a barbecue for its members with entertainment being provided by the World Golf trick shot Professional David Edwards.

A former detached house situated behind the 7th green has been transformed into a magnificent 8 twin-bedroomed Dormy house. The views over the golf course are stunning and the fabulous 16th century Jacobean clubhouse is a mere wedge shot away. All rooms have en-suite shower rooms, flat screen televisions with tea & coffee making facilities and Wi Fi. There is also a communal sitting room leading onto the lawn adjacent to the 8th tee. Parking is available at the front of the building and there is safe and storage for golf clubs and trolleys.

All rooms have en-suite shower rooms, flat screen televisions with tea & coffee making facilities and Wi Fi
All rooms have en-suite shower rooms, flat screen televisions with tea & coffee making facilities and Wi Fi

Mr Dudley Parker, a director of the Club who project-managed the development, officially cut the ribbon and said: “I am certain this fabulous accommodation coupled with a great golf course, warm welcome and wonderful hospitality will provide fantastic memories for golfers and visitors alike.”

David Edwards after his brilliant show took a tour of the Dormy and was suitably impressed with the standard of fittings and accommodation; one word said it all “Wow!”

Pictured are a typical room and a wonderful view over the course from an upstairs bedroom.

Woodsome Golf Club www.woodsome.co.uk

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