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One of North Yorkshire’s top golfing venues, Willow Valley Golf and Country Club, is introducing further innovations in a bid to attract even more golfers. The forward thinking club, which already offers some of the finest facilities in the North, is increasing the number of caravan pitches, following the receipt of further planning permission.

The aim is to allow the caravan club’s budding ‘Tiger Woods’ to play golf from ‘dawn till dusk’, without needing to leave the site. Each hard standing has electricity, water and waste facilities, which can be rented from as little as £7 per night. Golfclubs, trolleys etc can also be rented to play the golf club’s fountany course, which for the more experienced player the south course offers a wonderful challenge.

Willow Valley Golf, boasts some of the best scenery anywhere and also has an equality of membership policy, which is the envy of many other clubs. As part of the policy, all joining fees and subscriptions for men and women are set at the same level, with both sexes enjoying equal membership benefits including full access to the courses and voting rights.

Club facilities are available to all Caravan club members. These include a shower block, first class restaurant facilities which are open from 7.30am, a licensed bar and wide screen television.

Golfing enthusiasts are already visiting the club from as far a field as Scotland and the South East of England, something the Club hopes will increase in frequency as the new facilities come on-line.

In-house professional, Julian Haworth says: "The installation of further pitches has been prompted by the increased number of visitors wishing to stay. The open spaces and abundance of wild life, makes playing golf at Willow Valley, a real treat."

Willow Valley’s club facilities are the ideal location in addition to golfing for a range of support activities including special celebrations and parties. A further attraction of the Club is its equality of membership, which gives men and women the same club rights and of course allows them to golf together.

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