Yorkshire is the unofficial home of world cricket. No other county is as passionate about its cricket as Yorkshire.
Yorkshire loves its football, and is the undisputed birthplace of the modern club game! The area is home to some of the biggest names in the sport, and you'll find exciting action on offer every week of the season.
Rugby League is Yorkshire born and bred having been formed following a meeting between 21 clubs at the George Hotel, Huddersfield in 1895. It has since developed into one of the most popular and passionate sports in Britain. An exciting spectator sport which will keep you on the edge of your seat due to its fast, skilful and physically demanding nature.
The sport of Rugby Union does not yet enjoy the fame of its League counterpart in Yorkshire but the union's traditions of providing great entertainment and strong competition are long and proud.
No other region in the UK is as passionate about horse racing as Yorkshire. The county is synonymous with the sport of kings, with no fewer than nine top class courses.
Yorkshire turned yellow for the Tour de France Grand Départ in 2014 and now it’s set to be swathed in the rainbow stripes of the UCI Road World Championships in 2019. Nick Howes finds out what this means to the county.
Perhaps you're looking to visit Yorkshire for a golfing holiday? If so, here's a selection of local tour operators who can help you to put together your perfect Yorkshire golfing experience!
Moortown Golf Club, north of Leeds, was designed by the famous Yorkshireman, Dr Alister MacKenzie and is known around the world as the host of the 1929 Ryder Cup.
Use our golf course search to find your perfect Yorkshire Golf Course.
Golf Tourism England is the membership body that represents the golf tourism industry in England. It has been set up to promote England as a major golf destination.
If you're looking to visit Yorkshire and play a bit of golf whilst you're in God's Own County, here's a selection of brilliant resorts to set at your base.
Nothing quite beats the enjoyment you get from playing a coastal course. The challenges the sea breeze brings always makes for an interesting round on the Yorkshire Coast!
Yorkshire has proudly staged the prestigious Ryder Cup on three separate occasions at three of the county's finest courses Ganton, Moortown and Lindrick.
If you love cricket and fancy a day by the sea, come and be bowled over by Scarborough.