The course at Leeds Golf Club is set in mature parkland and provides golfers of all ages and abilities with a challenging and simply breath taking round of golf. The par of 70 is not often beaten, even in scratch tournaments. The seventh hole, widely regarded as one of the most beautiful in the county, provides a satisfying but testing shot from a plateau tee with a second shot to a well-designed and double tiered green guarded by bunkers and gorse.
The 14th hold is known as the Quarry and is an excellent par 5 with alternatives of a gamble at "going over" with second or a blind third shot. Tribulation (15th) is well named - a tee shot of 172 yards has to negotiate an avenue of trees not more than 30 yards wide to a green set on a 40 yard high plateau. This is the hole for which the course is most remembered by visiting golfers.