The Golf Club

Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club is located on the southern edge of the Cotswold escarpment above the Severn Valley. With breathtaking views the course was described by the late Henry Longhurst as one of the most scenic courses in Europe.

 

Rich History

The original layout of 9 holes opened in 1889 with a further 9 being completed in 1906. The course was redesigned by Fred Hawtree in 1922 with further changes being made between 1929 and 1936 on the advice of James Braid. Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club is a member of the Association of James Braid Courses where our members receive preferred green fees at all member courses.

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Open for Play

Although situated on a hill top the course is relatively flat with no major inclines. Due to its location the course drains very well and is playable all the year round. Trolley bans are a rare event at Stinchcombe.

By modern standards the course is not long but is a challenging test for golfers of all abilities. Parts of the course are Sites of Scientific Interest and in order to protect wild flowers and birds areas of rough are allowed to flourish, resulting in stunning views across the course. The dedicated Green Keepers at Stinchcombe ensure playability for all golfers by careful cutting of the semi rough at key points on the course.

Tee times are controlled by our Club Professional and his Assistant. Stinchcombe welcomes visitors at all times and we will be pleased to advise you on best time’s, days etc.

 

Members Club

Stinchcombe is a true members club and welcomes all new members. With regular competitions, roll ups and social golf all new members become quickly integrated into the club.

All of our ‘sections’ Ladies, Mens, Seniors and Juniors are fully integrated with a full programme of events. Stinchcombe plays mixed matches home and away and are a popular way of making new friends whilst enjoying an afternoon’s golf.

Club House

Everyone receives a warm welcome at Stinchcombe. The bar and lounge area provide a comfortable place to meet and chat, and we have a dining room for those wishing to enjoy a meal. With a full bar menu available we can cater for most needs.

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