Welcome to
Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club
Around Stinchcombe Hill

Current course condition –

Tuesday 27th February. Course open. Preferred Lies. Amber status: Single seater buggies permitted but MUST be driven in semi rough at ALL times & NOT to be driven to 7th or 9th Tees. 2 Temporary greens: 10 and 15. 9th tee back up the top so please leave trolleys down by the 9th green and walk back up to the tee. All tees in forward positions.
Seniors Stableford 0900-1130











































































Stinchcombe Hill Trust

Welcome to Stinchcombe Hill

Stinchcombe Hill is a challenging golf course set on the southern edge of the Cotswold Escarpment above the Severn Valley.

The late Henry Longhurst rated Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club among the top most scenic courses in Europe. The course was formed in 1889 but re-designed by Fred Hawtree and later by James Braid. An excellent test for both low and high handicap golfers but regardless of how well you play, you will enjoy the views.

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Staff Position 

We are looking for a Senior Manager - see the News post for details. 

“Among the most scenic courses in Europe”

as rated by the late Henry Longhurst

“Very nice people, food was excellent, course in good condition, greens very fast”

Roger, GolfShake 5/5

“Great views, interesting variety of holes, punishing rough but greens fair.”

Matthew, GolfShake 5/5

“Fantastic Greens, views and hospitality! The weather was very good and the course in excellent condition, with greens better than most top courses.”

David, GolfShake 4/5