Rugby Golf Club

The Rugby Golf Club is a members club with over 124 years of golfing history. It is a parkland course with many established trees and with the Clifton brook running through the middle affecting 9 holes, and the Oxford canal affecting another three and a pond on the 14th, makes it an interesting and challenging course.

Founded in 1891 Rugby Golf Club is situated less than a mile from Rugby town centre. This undulating parkland course has many unique features, one being the impressive viaduct which dissects the course. Water comes into play on 9 of the holes making shot choice a real challenge to all levels of golfer. The course itself has undergone many changes over the years, but has still retained its status as a thinking player's layout where length helps but is not always an advantage.

Measured at 5622 yards and a par 68, players will enjoy the challenge awaiting them, which we believe include a few of Warwickshires toughest holes.