"Yorkshire's Hidden Gem",

Peter Alliss

Beautiful views from hole 4

Great food, great facilities, great hospitality!



27 Holes of First-Class Golf

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Recently Refurbished Clubhouse

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Fantastic practice areas

Welcome to

Malton & Norton Golf Club


2021/22 Full 7 Day Membership £895

Other memberships available please contact the General Manager, Richard Brown on  01653 697912 (option 2) for further details 

Malton and Norton Golf Club is situated just off the A64 between York and Scarborough, ideal for those staying in York or passing by on the way to the East Coast.

Boasting 27 holes, with each 9 starting and finishing at the clubhouse, it really is the ideal venue for golfers of any ability.

Start your day with a freshly cooked bacon sandwich and a hot cup of coffee in our newly refurbished clubhouse. Once refreshed, golfers can take full advantage of our exceptional practice facilities, which include a 12 bay covered driving range, and one of the region’s biggest and best short game areas. Most tend to play 9 holes in the morning, usually starting on our Derwent Course. This is a unique challenge, short in distance but tight fairways, plenty of water and tricky greens which make it great fun for golfers of all abilities.

After a quick bite to eat head out on our Welham/Park course. A fantastic tree lined parkland course, with some of the best greens in the area. This course is a firm favourite with both members and visitors alike, who enjoy the wide fairways and undulating greens, particularly on the front 9.


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“Great course and a very enjoyable day, we will definitely be back!”

“Great course, always been in fantastic condition every time I have played here.”

“Lovely course and the Derwent course is a great challenge. Pity I didn't rise to it.”