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. Withover 30 years combined teaching experience they are well known in Wiltshire as the most experienced Golf coaches in Swindon. If you want to get into golf or your child is interested come and see us and we can arrange a gentle introduction to this great game.
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 ofthe M4 motorway. Our 18 hole, par 70, 6,139 yard golf course, offers a challenge for all abilities - from experienced golfers to those starting out for the first time - it is a challenging, yet rewarding experience.
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 WhiteHorse, Wrag Barn boasts one of the region's outstanding venues for Golf, Weddings, Business Meetings and Casual Dining. Once part of Lord Banbury's Estate, Wrag Barn now offers the area's premier golfing landmark.
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 14greens and 17 tees, so making each hole unique. We are established to encourage beginners to take up the sport and a visiting professional is available for lessons. The course has evolved to give all standards of players an enjoyable game in pleasant parkland conditions.
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 differentholes to test your putting skills. It's a great place to celebrate a birthday, enjoy a night out with friends or for some family fun. After your round you can enjoy some drinks and food, maybe play a game of pool, air hockey or table football?
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 thegame. The clubhouse was built in 2004 and provides ample facilities for both the golfer and non-golfer alike, open to all it is located at the foot of the drive overlooking part of the 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 golferlooking for a quality course, busy working, retired, a young hopeful or someone just visiting the area: we feel sure that we have something to offer you.
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'sa closer look at Motocaddy's brand new S7 Remote electric trolley. Make sure you come in store to check out the range and ask us any questions you may have; there's a suitable trolley for everyone in the Motocaddy line-up.
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. LilleyBrook enjoys a shared heritage with the renowned Augusta National, home of the US Masters. Both courses were designed by the famous Dr. Alister Mackenzie. When you play the course you are treated to the most magnificent view of the regency town of Cheltenham and Gloucestershire.
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 toappear in print. The Club had actually been formed on October 8th, 1891. The first President of the new Club was T. Dyer Edwardes, Esq., and the first Secretary was E. H. Percival, Esq. A prospectus was available which stated that ". a good sporting Golf course had been laid out on Painswick Common".