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Edgbaston Golf Club

Church Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands, B15 3TB

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Visitors are very welcome throughout the week and weekend apart from Thursday mornings until 1.30pm and Saturday and Sundays until 1.30pm.

The warm welcome from our Professional team will ensure that your experience with us is one to treasure.

Please call the Professional Shop on 0121 454 3226 beforehand to be sure that the course is not busy at the time you want to play.

Handicap Certificates:
Handicap Certificates are required. Maximum 24 for men and 36 for ladies. If you are in any doubt please call the office or professional at the time of booking.


Weekdays:

April – Oct 2010 £47 per round
Nov – Mar 2010/11 £32 per round

Weekends:

April – Oct 2010 £57 per round
Nov – Mar 2010/11 £42 per round


Dress Code:
A minimum standard of smart casual dress is required in all areas of the Clubhouse at all times.


THE COURSE:
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 tight course that demands accurate play to tricky greens that are always in excellent condition. Edgbaston was nominated as one of the top 200 courses in the UK by Peter Alliss.

Edgbaston is a tight par 69. The course is not particularly long but it will require well executed shots all the way around if you are to score well.

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.




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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Edgbaston Golf Club is situated just 2 miles from the centre of Birmingham making it easily accessible by car, train, air or taxi. With many local hotels to choose from we are ideal for local and national visitors.

From the North

Leave the M6 motorway at Junction 6 (Spaghetti Junction) and take the A38(M) into the city. Stay in the right hand lane signposted A38 South West. Go over the flyover and then under all of the tunnels. You will emerge on the south side of the city on the A38. Go straight on at the first set of major traffic lights. At the next set of lights turn right into Priory Road. Go up the hill to the small traffic island and turn left into Church Road. The entrance to the club is 150 yards on your left

From the South East

Leave the M42 motorway at Junction 3 and take the A435 towards Birmingham City Centre. Stay on this road passing through Kings Heath. Shortly after going through Kings Heath turn left into Queensbridge Road. Go straight on at the small traffic island into Russell Road. At the next island turn left into Edgbaston Road. The Edgbaston Cricket Ground is now on your right. Go straight on at the next lights crossing the A441 Pershore Road and then straight on at the next lights crossing the A38 Bristol Road into Priory Road. Go up the hill to the small traffic island and turn left into Church Road. The entrance to the club is 150 yards on your left.

From the South West

Leave the M5 motorway at Junction 4 and take the A38 towards Birmingham. Stay on this road passing through Northfield and Selly Oak. Eventually you will see the King Edwards School on your left hand side and, after this, you may see glimpses of the course through the trees. Take the next left turn at the traffic lights into Priory Road. Go up the hill to the small traffic island and turn left into Church Road. The entrance to the club is 150 yards on your left.

When driving through the main gates the visitors car park can be found on the right, where ample parking can be found.


Tel: 0121 454 1736

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