Cross Gates Golf Club, Leeds.
The club appeared just prior to WW1. The course was located off Manston Lane, the exact location still to be found.
The course was acquired for the building of the Barnbow shell-filling factory in 1915.
In October 1916 the workforce numbered 16,000 at the factory and of these 93% were women and girls (affectionately known as the Barnbow Lassies). It was here in December 1916 that one of the worst tragedies in the history of Leeds took place when 35 women and girls were killed by an explosion that ripped through part of the munitions factory.
The Google Map below pinpoints the location of the former factory.