Golf Course Reviews - West Midlands

Golf Course Reviews West Midlands of England

Golf Course Reviews in the West Midlands.

Below you will find our golf course reviews from venues in the West Midlands including Shropshire, Staffordshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire.

Must Plays

Beau Desert

Beau Desert Golf Club

"Beau Desert is like a good book, a real page turner. After finishing each hole you just can't wait to play the next. The course has 18 fantastic chapters. The first few set the scene, you are then taken on a wondrous journey, with a few twists along the way, before the closing stretch crescendos to a suspenseful finale and a very satisfying conclusion."

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Highly Recommended

Little Aston

Little Aston Golf Club

"Little Aston is a traditional golf club that exudes excellence both on and off the course. It has a distinguished history and is widely regarded as the best in the West Midlands whilst also receiving recognition from much farther afield too. There’s no denying that playing here is a highly pleasurable experience and a lovely place to enjoy a round of golf."

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Enville (Highgate & Lodge)

Enville Golf Club

"Enville is an extremely intriguing 36 hole golf complex located in deepest Staffordshire countryside that is slowly but surely building a reputation as one of the country’s most respected venues. This fascinating private members club was founded in 1935."

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Blackwell Golf Club

"Blackwell is a lovely mature parkland course with undulating terrain, tricky greens and some fine holes that require much thought and intelligence. The Club was founded in 1893 and is a very traditional English club with a timeless character. It is rightly regarded as one of the best in the West Midlands and is usually found in excellent condition due to a small playing membership, limited by constitution to 200."

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The Belfry (Brabazon)

The Belfry Golf Club

"Truth be told, waterfalls and fountains don’t do a lot for me on a golf course. And there’s a lot of other things at The Belfry that aren't to my personal taste, but considering the 18 holes on the Brabazon objectively, individually and collectively there’s no disputing this is a good golf course."

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Kington Golf Club

"There’s something quite remarkable about Kington. It has what I call the “Double Q” factor; Quirk and Quality. It has a similar eccentric personality to many other hilltop layouts as well as good turf, natural contours, kooky features and plenty of undulation."

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Sutton Coldfield


Forest of Arden (Arden Championship)

Church Stretton

Best of the Rest

Drayton Park

Hawkstone Park (Championship & Hawkstone)

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