Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club, Golf Courses Dursley, Gloucestershire - England where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


Stinchcombe Hill Dursley Gloucestershire England
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. The Clubhouse: The Bar- Peter Curtis is front of house manager and will make members and guests most welcome in our spacious bar area, you can sit in comfortable chairs and discuss your missed putts, watch the sport or news on the large screen TV, or maybe you can watch your playing partners approach shots to the 18th green from the tables and chairs outside. The Restaurant- Our newly refurbished restaurant offers an excellent dining experience with home cooked meals using fresh local produce all prepared by our catering manageress Judith Curtis. The Sunday carvery is very popular and bookings are advisable. Whether you are after a bacon roll or society meals we can guarantee you will not be disappointed. The Pro Shop: Our club professional Paul Bushell may not have the largest pro shop you have ever seen but he keeps it well stocked with all you could need for your golfing needs. Being a member of the PGA he is available for lessons and advice to improve your game.
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