Set in 120 acres of some of Shropshire’s most scenic countryside lies Shrewsbury Golf Club. The club has hosted a number of championships including the Midland Mid-Amateur Championship and the unique annual match between the Church of England and the Church of Wales. The clubhouse resides within a 19th-century building that overlooks the 18th green and offers a snooker room, restaurant, spike bar and spacious lounge. Please be aware that tee times are approximate.
The 18 holes at Shrewsbury Golf Club are fairly contrasting with the front 9 being flat with some tight shots off the tee due to tree-lined fairways. On reaching the turn the course has a little more undulation to take advantage of, some wonderful views of the Shropshire Hills and some bail out areas should you wish to open the shoulders. The hole sure to stick in the mind is the 12th, which has a stroke index of 1, and is a lengthy par 4 that requires two strong shots to an elevated green where a par would always be snatched up on the tee. The course benefits from superb drainage and boasts some of the finest putting surfaces in the region. Please be aware that tee times are approximate.