Edgbaston: Course open on full greens. Buggies are permitted but must keep to the fairways at all times.
The Golf Course was laid out in 1936 by the legendary H S Colt who was also responsible for the design and remodelling of many famous courses including the New and Eden courses at St Andrews, Muirfield, Sunningdale and Royal St Georges. Edgbaston is a natural parkland course surrounded by mature woodland. It is a challenging course that demands accurate play to its small greens. Edgbaston was nominated as one of the top 200 courses in the UK by Peter Alliss.
Edgbaston is a par 69 course. It is not particularly long in length but it does require some well thought out shots to score low.
There are many pitfalls awaiting the stray shot and tight undulating greens that will punish poor putts. Edgbaston is an enjoyable course that will demand your best attention.