Highworth Golf Centre
Under the management of Swindon Borough Council it earned the reputation as probably the best maintained and most challenging public golf course in England and welcomes visitors 7 days a week. With
South Cerney Golf Club
South Cerney Golf Course & Driving Range is situated on the edge of the popular Water Park area, just outside of Cirencester. We are half a mile from the A419 and just 15 minutes from junction 15 of
Wrag Barn Golf Club
Deep in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside and just outside the historic town of Highworth is the exceptional Wrag Barn Golf & Country Club. With outstanding views of the Downs and the Vale of White
Defence Adademy Golf Club
The Club, established in 1956, is an attractive 18 hole course within the confines of the Defence Academy of The United Kingdom. The 18 different holes are achieved by a devious combination of 14
The Golfing Hole
The Golfing Hole is the newest leisure facility in Swindon. We are an indoor adventure golf course themed to fit well with Swindon's industrial background, the course features an range of different
Oaksey Park Holiday Cottages
This challenging, established parkland PAR 35 course provides enough of a challenge for the experienced golfer and yet due to it being a 9 hole course is a good starting ground for those taking up the
Basset Down Golf Course
At Basset Down Golf Course we pride ourselves on creating a friendly atmosphere, making sure everyone is welcome and offering a high level of customer service. Whether you're an experienced golfer
Chris Steele Golf
Three truly outstanding tests of golf set high on the rolling Cotswolds where the glorious scenery complements the quality of the golf experience. A great golfing destination in the South West. Here's
Lilley Brook
Lilley Brook Golf Club is Cheltenham's premier golf course. Set in the magnificent cotswold hills, this course is a mature park land course which is designed to be challenging and enjoyable. Lilley
Painswick Golf Club
On December 1st, 1891 a circular appeared in the "PAINSWICK ANNUAL REGISTER" which invited ladies and gentlemen to join the "Painswick Golf Club". This, it seems, is the first mention of the Club to