Edgbaston: The golf course is open on 18 main greens
Set in magnificent surroundings, and voted in the top three courses in Warwickshire, Edgbaston Golf Club is a beautiful parkland golf course. It was designed by renowned architect Harry S. Colt and sits beside Edgbaston Pool, a glorious ornamental 11-acre lake with abundant birdlife. Wide, sweeping, tree-lined fairways, newly renovated bunkers, and tight, pristine greens make the course a joy to play as it winds through the magnificent grounds of Edgbaston Hall. With a slope rating of 132, the course will present many difficult shots. This carefully crafted course is set in natural parkland setting and the 6,128 yard par 69 course is both challenging and rewarding to players of all levels.
The Clubhouse, Edgbaston Hall, is a Georgian Grade II listed building. It has been sympathetically refurbished and modernised over recent years to provide stunning facilities for golf days, social occasions, wedding receptions and meetings. The fabulous view across the course from the sunny south-facing terrace is the perfect spot to unwind after a round.
Discovering Edgbaston Golf Club for the first time is like uncovering a hidden gem. The course is a secret oasis in the heart of Birmingham, located just over a mile from the City Centre. The history of the club dates back to the 1896 and is in an area of such outstanding beauty that it is hard to believe that it so close the second largest city in the UK, and consequently very easily accessible.
We look forward to welcoming you to Edgbaston soon.