The Brow Golf Club
The Brow Golf Club at Welsh Frankton sits alongside the A495 from Ellesmere to Oswestry. Opened in 1995 by founder the late Alf Strange, author, blacksmith and golfer, The Brow is a picturesque 9 hole
Wrexham Golf Club
The club provides a warm and friendly atmosphere, the dining room/lounge area has a capacity for 120 persons and the bar area 50 persons. Applications are invited for a Caterer who will trade on a
Vale Of Llangollen Golf Club
The Vale of Llangollen Golf Club was formed back in 1908 by some of the local gentry and has been extended and improved ever since. It is a members club whose aim is to provide affordable golf of the
Llanymynech Golf Club
The course boasts a unique claim to fame in that you can play one round of golf in two separate countries, courtesy of Offa's Dyke running through our course. On the 4th hole you tee off in Wales and
Market Drayton Golf Club
Positioned down a peaceful lane one mile outside the Shropshire town is Market Drayton Golf Club. Established in 1906 it is a beautiful course with elevations that afford spectacular views of the
Arscott Golf Club
Arscott Golf Club is situated just 4 miles from Shrewsbury where the Shropshire Plain gives way to the South Shropshire Hills. The topography, therefore, is very interesting and varied, with gentle
Creative Golf Design
Creative Golf Design, as the name suggests, aims to provide imaginative yet practical solutions for golf course projects. Drawing inspiration from the best of the classic golf courses, and combining
Brookfield Golf Club
Brookfield Golf Club is situated in the quiet village of Hankelow, on the A529 Nantwich to Audlem Road approximately 5 miles from market town of Nantwich. The privately owned 6,073 yard 18 hole Par 70
Eaton Golf Club
Located some 4 miles east of Chester, this rural course offers splendid views of the Cheshire countryside. It is a parkland course with a natural brook and several ponds which bring water features
Chester Golf Club
A meadowland course on two levels contained within a loop of the river Dee, the club overlooks Chester Race course, is less than a mile from the City Centre, and has fine views of the Welsh Hills. The