Church Stretton is quite simply unique. It's 18 holes sit atop the stunning Shropshire Hills - an area of outstanding natural beauty - and it's panoramic views are among the finest in England. Thisgem of a golf course has been here for over 100 years and in that time some of the finest golfers ever to play the game have taken on it's unique challenges.
Whether you're a new player searching for a club or an established player wanting to try a new course, our Club is perfect for you. Established in 1889, we've sought to constantly improve tothe point that we now enjoy excellent grounds maintenance coupled with full USPGA standard greens. This means you can enjoy an excellent round of golf all year round with no temporary greens, ensuring a constant and challenging level of golf for all abilities.
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 thesurrounding countryside. Market Drayton manages to produce a little something for everybody within its 18 holes parkland layout. We really hope you will come and enjoy our magnificent facilities, so why not give us a call now.
The well manicured course measures 6468 yards (par 71) and 5664 yards (par 72) respectively for men and ladies. This stunning course has something to offer for golfers of all levels of ability. DeckerHill stands as one of Shropshire's architectural mysteries. A handsome classical Regency house, with a distinguished provenance in terms of ownership, the mansion is today the busy clubhouse for Shifnal Golf Club - whose home it has been since 1964.
You won't find any other FootGolf courses in the area, so to try this fantastic new golf experience, you'd better pay a trip to The Shropshire Golf Centre. You just have to complete each hole bykicking the ball into the hole in as few shots as possible. Anyone who enjoys golf and football will love FootGolf. Played in groups of up to 4 players, it's especially fun for colleagues after a long day in the office, or something a bit different to try with the rest of your football team.
It is important to note that the Club has no jurisdiction over the Course or Centre, and all Green Fees (or Packages) are arranged between the individual member and Horsehay Village Golf Centre. TheClub and Centre co-operate together to ensure the smooth running of all competitions and events. Horsehay Village Golf Centre offer "pay as you go" green fees or annual packages.
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 gentlehills and undulating fairways without being too challenging on the legs. There are pools, large and small formed by the marlpits left by the brickmakers. The clubhouse and course has won many awards for building design and sensitive environmental approach.
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 holegolf course set in the rolling countryside in North Shropshire, close to the Welsh Border.
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 andputt out in England. The 5th and 6th hole remain in England before you are cordially welcomed back into Wales on the 7th tee.