Edgbaston Golf Club

Visitor Green Fee Information

Set on the outskirts of Birmingham City Centre. Edgbaston Golf Club is a hidden gem! So why not find out yourself. Edgbaston strives to offer all our vistors a warm and pleasant experience from the moment of arrival. 

Throughout the week and weekend, tee times are readily available. However please be aware that tee time bookings are not permitted on Thursday mornings until 1.30pm and Saturday and Sundays until 2pm. If you have any queries in relation to a future booking, please feel free to contact us on 0121 4541736 Option 1.







2016 Green Fees for Casual Visitors

Please call the Office on 0121 454 1736 (Option 1) beforehand to be sure that the course is not busy at the time you want to play.

Apr 1st - Oct 31st 2016

Weekdays after 9:30am

(After 1:30pm Thursdays)

£57

27/36 Hole Fee

£65

Twilight Fee (After 4pm)

£40

Weekends after 2pm

(After 2pm on comp days)

£67

Twilight Fee (After 4pm)

£50

Nov 1st - Mar 31st 2016

Weekdays after 9:30am

(After 1:30pm Thursdays)

£40

Fourball Offer

(18 holes, coffee & bacon roll, light bar snack after your golf)

£160 

Weekends after  11:15 am

(excluding competition days)

£40

Fourball Offer

(18 holes, coffee & bacon roll, light bar snack after your golf)

£160

All visitors are required to present a Handicap Certificate. With a maximum 28 for men and 36 for women. If you are in doubt please call the office or the professional at the time of booking.

Dress Code

Our Course and Clubhouse Dress Code applies equally to members, their guests, and visitors to the Club for golfing, social or business events.

On the Course

Acceptable:

Suitable golf clothing and golf shoes

Shirts / Tops with collars (Gentlemen’s shirts to have sleeves and to be tucked into trousers /shorts)

Tailored shorts or skirts

(With shorts) Knee length socks, or white ankle socks, or white trainer socks visible above the shoe

Hats worn in a conventional manner


Not Acceptable:

Jeans, cargo, combat or hiking trousers

Rugby, football or T-shirts, tracksuits

Trainers or flip-flops

Shirts without collars

Non Tailored cargo or beach shorts


In and around the Clubhouse

​Acceptable:

“Smart casual” clothing (including fitted dark jeans, tailored shorts)


Not Acceptable:

Ripped, frayed, distressed or baggy jeans, jog or leisure wear

Cargo or hiking trousers

Rugby, football or T-shirts, tracksuits.

Cargo or beach shorts

Trainers or beach flip-flops

Waterproofs, hats or caps

Golf Shoes (with the exception of the locker rooms, Entrance Hall, the Spike Bar and the Members’ Lounge)


Wet or dirty clothing and outdoor clothing should be removed before you use the Bars, Dining Room, or Lounges (other than the Spike Bar).

Some events (for members and/or visitors) may have a specific dress code which will be communicated with details of the event. For men, the dress code at lunch or dinner following a Club fixture will be jacket and club tie unless the Captain indicates otherwise.


(March 2016)





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