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The Nottinghamshire
The Nottinghamshire , Area
The Nottinghamshire boasts two magnificent 18 hole courses, set in 340 acres of parkland.  
The Championship Course: Comprising a front nine, set around an impressive lake and waterways complex that not only offers a golfing cha


Edgbaston Golf Club
Edgbaston Golf Club, Birmingham Area
The Golf Course was laid out in 1936 by the legendary H S Colt. Edgbaston is a natural parkland course surrounded by mature woodland. It is a challenging course that demands accurate play to its small greens. 6106 yards par 69.
Moseley Golf Club
Moseley Golf Club, Birmingham Area
Designed by Harry Colt in the 1920’s Moseley is a parkland course set amongst trees and shrubs with crossing streams, a lake and pond and famed for its fast and undulating greens. A challenging but fair test for golfers of all abilities. 6292 yards par 70
Sutton Coldfield Golf Club
Sutton Coldfield Golf Club, Birmingham Area
Sutton Coldfield Golf Club, dating back to 1899 this venerable club in laid out on prime heathland in Sutton Park. Par 72 and 6500 yards the golfing test ensures all clubs in the bag are well used! A Mackenzie gem.
Moor Hall Golf Club
Moor Hall Golf Club, Birmingham Area
A vintage Hawtree/Taylor design founded in 1932 with mature trees enhancing the environment and necessitating pin point accuracy. 6249 yards par 70 with streams coming into play. The 14th hole is highly regarded by all who have played here.
Walmley Golf Club
Walmley Golf Club, Birmingham Area
Of 1902 vintage this parkland course with lakes, trees and measures over 6500 yards with a par of 72. An enjoyable challenge for visiting golfers.


Moorland Golf Course
Moorland Golf Course, Derbyshire Area
The Moorland Course at Breadsall Priory Country Club is considered some of the best golf in the region. Designed by Donald Steel, the Moorland Course opened in 1991
Priory Golf Course
Priory Golf Course, Derbyshire Area
Although the Priory Course at 6,120 yards is similar in length to the Moorland Course, it offers a much more challenging layout.


Whetstone Golf Club
Whetstone Golf Club, Leicestershire Area
Whetstone Golf Club is a picturesque parkland course set in the heart of the Midlands. A par 70 course at 6182 yards, it provides an enjoyable challenge to golfers of all abilities. With plenty of mature trees, several water features and testing par 3's.
Forest Hill Golf Club
Forest Hill Golf Club, Leicestershire Area
Forest Hill Golf Club is situated alongside the National Forest. The undulating fairways and natural hazards need careful negotiation. This is a real golfer’s course for high handicappers and pros alike. 6490 yards, par 73.
Beedles Lake Golf Club
Beedles Lake Golf Club, Leicestershire Area
Beedles Lake Golf Club is situated in the heart of the Wreake Valley, with a river meandering through several holes. Well-guarded greens and meaty in length at 6641 yards with a par of 72 makes this course an interesting test for golfers of all abilities.
Glen Gorse Golf Club
Glen Gorse Golf Club, Leicestershire Area
An attractive mature parkland course, Glen Gorse Golf Club is considered as one of the best tests of golf in Leicestershire. The trees and long approaches to narrow greens make this a real thinking man’s course. 6648 yards, par 72.
Park Hill Golf Club
Park Hill Golf Club, Leicestershire Area
Park Hill Golf Club boasts a championship length 7222 yds par 73 course. Constructed to the USPGA standards it ensures excellent playing conditions all year round. A challenge for all levels of golfer.
Kibworth Golf Club
Kibworth Golf Club, Leicestershire Area
Kibworth Golf Club boasts a picturesque parkland setting, within the heart of the Leicestershire countryside. Mature trees line the par 71, 6,363 yard course. Avoid the meandering stream which crosses eight holes to make a score around this course!
The Leicestershire Golf Club
The Leicestershire Golf Club, Leicestershire Area
Founded in 1890, this mature parkland course stands to the south of the city and backs on to open countryside. The 6329 yd par 68 course challenges low handicap golfers whilst remaining suitable to golfers of all abilities.
Longcliffe Golf Club
Longcliffe Golf Club, Leicestershire Area
Longcliffe Golf Club is a premier course in the East Midlands located on the lower slopes of the scenic Charnwood Forest. It is muscular in proportions at 6625 yds with a par 72. Henry Cotton praised the 7th as one of the best inland holes in England.
Rothley Golf Club
Rothley Golf Club, Leicestershire Area
Established over 100 years ago this parkland course has always provided a challenge. The holes meander 'on and on' as opposed to 'up and down' in a secluded way, framed by mature trees and wander back to the Clubhouse. 6501 yards, par 71.


Woodside Golf Course
Woodside Golf Course, Lincolnshire Area
The Woodside contrasts with the Lakes course in many ways. A shorter course that runs along the forested estate - spectacular at any time of year - especially in the autumn.
Lakes Golf Course
Lakes Golf Course, Lincolnshire Area
Belton Woods Lake course is a par 72 Championship course. Tricky for high handicappers, with lakes guarding the approaches to many greens. Course management and shot placement is key here
Seacroft Golf Club
Seacroft Golf Club, Lincolnshire Area
Seacroft Golf Course, Skegness. 1895 designed by Willie Fernie & Herbert Fowler 6479 yards par & sss 71. Blin shots, fine seaside grass, abundance of bunkers and punitive rough re-inforce the feeling of how links golf should be played. A classic.
Sleaford Golf Club
Sleaford Golf Club, Lincolnshire Area
Sleaford Golf Course, Sleaford. 1905 and often described as an inland links. Its sandy well draining soil makes this one of the driest courses around. Strong stats at 6443 yards par 72 sss 71.
Spalding Golf Club
Spalding Golf Club, Lincolnshire Area
Spalding Golf Club, Spalding. Founded in 1907. Many holes are threatened by water whether it from the River Glen, Blue Gowt Drain or ponds. 6492 yards par 72 sss 71.
Blankney Golf Club
Blankney Golf Club, Lincolnshire Area
Blankney Golf Course, nr Lincoln. Attractive parkland course and an exacting test Muscular at over 6600 yards par 72 sss 73.
Canwick Park Golf Club
Canwick Park Golf Club, Lincolnshire Area
Canwick Park Golf Course, nr Lincoln, dates back to 1893 and since the Hawtree developments of the mid 1970’s considered to be a parkland gem and a good test at 6157 yards.


Staverton Golf Course
Staverton Golf Course, Northamptonshire Area
Staverton Park is an undulating championship parkland golf course set in 140 acres of beautiful Northamptonshire countryside. With 4 small lakes and 64 American-style sand traps, Staverton Park offers a challenge to players of all abilities.
Hellidon Lakes Golf Course
Hellidon Lakes Golf Course, Northamptonshire Area

Nestling in the hotel's 220 acres of private grounds, Hellidon Lakes Golf & Spa Hotel's championship course offers challenges aplenty for beginners and scratch golfers alike. As you might expect, many of the 27 holes feature water hazards, albeit w


Coxmoor Golf Club
Coxmoor Golf Club, Nottinghamshire Area
Coxmoor Golf Club, founded in 1913 is perched proudly upon one of the highest points in Nottinghamshire on a heathland plateau. Measuring over 6500 yards Par 73, Coxmoor has staged Regional Qualifying for the Open Championship.
Sherwood Forest Golf Club
Sherwood Forest Golf Club, Nottinghamshire Area
Sherwood Forest Golf Club is a long established heathland course. Their reputation as one of the oldest and finest golf courses in Great Britain is supported by their position in the Golf world rankings. A Harry Colt /James Braid designed course.
Notts (Hollinwell) Golf Club
Notts (Hollinwell) Golf Club, Nottinghamshire Area
Notts (Hollinwell) golf course is one of the finest examples of traditional heathland golf. Ranked in ‘The Top 100 Courses in GB&I’ the course has hosted many top professional & amateur events including the Brabazon Trophy in 2015.
Bondhay Golf Club
Bondhay Golf Club, Nottinghamshire Area
Bondhay Golf Club, Nottinghamshire is a private, parkland golf course designed by Donald Steel. Bondhay's par 72, 6871 yard championship grade course offers a strong test of golf for players of all abilities.
Worksop Golf Club
Worksop Golf Club, Nottinghamshire Area
Worksop Golf Club is regarded as one of the outstanding courses of the area. It has a long tradition of providing the base for world class golfers including Lee Westwood. Measuring 6,628 yards par 72 it is an excellent test of golf for any level of golfer
Lindrick Golf Club
Lindrick Golf Club, Nottinghamshire Area
Lindrick Golf Club is one of Britain's finest inland golf courses, providing an excellent challenge to golfers of all abilities. The course is a mixture of heathland and moorland whose standing is more than supported by having staged the Ryder Cup in 1957
Wollaton Park Golf Club
Wollaton Park Golf Club, Nottinghamshire Area
Wollaton Park was founded in 1927. It has been sensibly upgraded over the years to provide a fair test of ability for both the beginner and the experienced golfer alike, measuring 6,445 yards with a par and standard scratch of 71.
Rushcliffe Golf Club
Rushcliffe Golf Club, Nottinghamshire Area
Rushcliffe Golf Club is set on a hillside overlooking Nottingham. It is known for its uniquely individual golf holes, small greens and undulating slopes. A fair but tough test of golf. An old established club standing at 6193 Yds Par 70
Ruddington Grange Golf Club
Ruddington Grange Golf Club, Nottinghamshire Area
Ruddington Grange is a 6,515-yard Par 72 course and is regarded as one of the most challenging and best-kept in Nottinghamshire. The attractive parkland course, which has water hazards in play on eight holes is certainly a good test of golf.


Cheshire Golf Course
Cheshire Golf Course, Shropshire Area
Macdonald Emerald Golf Course
Macdonald Emerald Golf Course, Shropshire Area
The Emerald Championship Course covers a total distance of 6,714 yards and is a par 73. Emerald sweeps around undulating fairways through natural water hazards and strategically placed bunkers, presenting a real golfing challenge to experienced and mid-le
Macdonald Sapphire Golf Course
Macdonald Sapphire Golf Course, Shropshire Area
The shorter par 66 Sapphire Course is designed to hone the skills of less experienced and veteran golfers in the finer points of the short game.

Statford on Avon

Stratford on Avon Golf Club
Stratford on Avon Golf Club, Statford on Avon Area

Stratford on Avon Golf Club founded in 1894 is a challenging, picturesque par 72 course, respected by both low and high handicap golfers. The fairways are lined by mature trees and the sandy, easy draining subsoil enables play virtually all year round.

The Vale Golf Club
The Vale Golf Club, Statford on Avon Area

The International Course at The Vale is situated in a natural amphitheater of mature woodland in breath taking scenery. It offers the perfect balance between a golfing challenge and the natural aesthetics. It has something for every golfer.

Ingon Manor Golf Club
Ingon Manor Golf Club, Statford on Avon Area

Ingon Manor is a par 72 championship golf course, standing at 6575 yards with USGA specification greens. It has been designed to test all standards of golfers especially the signature hole par 3 17th at 203 yards over water to an island green.


Arden Golf Course
Arden Golf Course, Warwickshire Area
Forest of Arden has held numerous European Tour events, including the English Open and British Masters. The victory roster includes many of the world’s greatest golfers including Colin Montgomerie and Ian Woosnam
Aylesford Golf Course
Aylesford Golf Course, Warwickshire Area
The Aylesford is a true test of accuracy for golfers of all abilities, with its narrow fairways, challenging greens and enticing water hazards.
Brabazon Golf Course
Brabazon Golf Course, Warwickshire Area
The Brabazon has played host to some of the most dramatic golfing moments in Ryder Cup history since the first tournament was held here back in 1985.
PGA National Golf Course
PGA National Golf Course, Warwickshire Area
The PGA National is the only PGA branded golf course in England and presents numerous challenges, including water and bunker hazards throughout its length.
The Derby Golf Course
The Derby Golf Course, Warwickshire Area
The Derby Golf Course is a great addition to your golf break, and complements its famous sister golf courses nicely.Not being the longest course, The Derby golf course still requires you to think your way round, and makes a nice change to the Brabazon and
The Welcombe Golf Club
The Welcombe Golf Club, Warwickshire Area
The Welcombe Golf Club has an 18 hole 6,288 yard par 70 parkland golf course.


Kidderminster Golf Club
Kidderminster Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
Kidderminster Golf Club is a long-established course measuring 6441 yds /par 72. It provides a memorable golfing experience to players of all standards, with a diverse mix of long and short par fours, expansive par fives and challenging par threes.
Stourbridge Golf Club
Stourbridge Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
Stourbridge Golf Club is a challenging 6231 yard par 70 course. The tree lined fairways mean that every golfer needs to navigate their way carefully. The greens have a number of hidden borrows that will test all standard of golfers.
Droitwich Golf Club
Droitwich Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
Droitwich Golf Club was founded 1897 on the original nine holes. The legendary James Braid was commissioned to redesign and extend the course which now offers a mature parkland course with easy walking, playing to nearly 6000 yards and with a par of 70.
Redditch Golf Club
Redditch Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
Redditch Golf Club is a Frank Pennink designed course measuring 6494 yds with a par 72. This part parkland and part woodland course is universally acclaimed for both its topography and the quality of its playing surfaces.
Blackwell Golf Club
Blackwell Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
Blackwell Golf Club was founded in 1893 and is a traditional mature parkland course measuring 6283 yards with a par of 70. The Club has hosted the Open Championship Regional Qualifying Event and is ranked in Golf World's Top 100 Courses.
Bewdley Pines Golf Club
Bewdley Pines Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
Bewdley Pines Golf Course measures 5799 yds with a par 69. Located in beautiful settings in the Worcestershire countryside the course is based on sandy soil, so even on the wettest of days the course drains within a very short time.
Bransford Golf Club
Bransford Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
Bransford Golf Club opened in 1992. A Floridian style golf course featuring 14 lakes, island greens and curving doglegs towards well-kept greens. At 6,204 yards in length it will challenge golfers of all abilities.
Worcestershire Golf Club
Worcestershire Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
The Worcestershire Golf Club, established in 1879 is proud to be the oldest club in Worcestershire. A challenging and well presented course nestled in the picturesque Malvern Hills which provide a stunning backdrop to the course.
Worcester Golf Club
Worcester Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
Worcester golf course was designed in 1927 by Dr. Alister Mackenzie, who subsequently designed the Augusta. A parkland course measuring 6,251 yards with many narrow approaches to the greens providing a good test of golf accuracy.
Ombersley Golf Club
Ombersley Golf Club, Worcestershire Area
Ombersley Golf Club offers a gently undulating parkland course presenting an enjoyable challenge - regardless of handicap.
The 18-hole course is formed by two nine hole loops, both starting and finishing at the clubhouse to provide ten par 4's, four







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