Possibly the most picturesque golf course in the Midlands, set on the dramatic slopes of Lickey Hills Country Park.
Opened in 1921, the challenging 18 hole, 69 par course is a true test for golfers of all abilities.
Huge banks of pine trees tower above the 16th and 18th holes – the sort of setting usually reserved for the most exclusive of clubs.
The 10th hole is testing, restricting the bold player to a five-wood or three-iron on the first shot.
The long 221 yards par three 15th is probably the most difficult hole. Accuracy is required to cross a stream onto a small green. Most players have to take a long iron or wood.