Chippenham Golf Club
The Chippenham Golf Club, founded in 1896, has gone through many changes in its history, none bigger than the recent opening of 7 new holes and the construction of a new clubhouse. This evolution will
Whitley Golf Club
Whitley Golf Club in Wiltshire is a 9 hole parkland course located between Melksham and Corsham on the B3353. We are famed for our friendly atmosphere, welcoming everyone, whether they are complete
Kingsdown Golf Club
The downland course is renowned for its beautiful scenery, luscious fairways and, of course, its superb greens. The excellent drainage makes play possible all year round. The Men's White Tees, the
Cumberwell Park
Cumberwell Park is family run and everyone is assured of a warm welcome. The owners previously farmed the land and remain actively involved with the running of the business. Utilising the natural
Bath Golf Club
Bath Golf Club is one of England's oldest and finest inland courses and considered the premier golf club in Bath and North East Somerset and is one of the driest and 'Weatherproof' courses in the west
Tour Greens
If you are looking for an all weather synthetic golf or putting green for your home or business then you have come to the right place. We are Europe's premier synthetic golf installation and design
The Players Golf Club
Situated just one mile from junction 18 of the M4 (Bristol/Bath) on the outskirts of Bristol bordering Wiltshire and Gloucestershire 'The Players Club' is dedicated to the game of golf. We have staged
Manor House Hotel & Golf
Breathtakingly situated in Wiltshire and on the outskirts of Bath lies Castle Combe village. Untouched since the 17th century, this chocolate box Cotswold village is home to the definitive country
Entry Hill Golf Course
Entry hill Golf Club is situated just off the Wellsway in Bath. Although a relative new course at a tender age of Thirty, Entry Hill Golf Club has a lovely reputation within the area as providing a
Chipping Sodbury Golf Club
Practice facilities exist both within the club boundaries (for use by club members and those taking lessons) and also on the adjacent Chipping Sodbury Common (open for use by the general public as