Warwickshire - or "Shakespeare's County" - is a county in the West Midlands region of England, the largest town is Nuneaton. The county is famous for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare at Stratford-upon-Avon. Warwickshire is largely rural and sparsely populated. Kenilworth Golf Club - founded in 1889 - was one of the first golf clubs in Warwickshire. Golf in Warwickshire grew quite fast, in 1885 there were no clubs in Warwickshire; by 1900 there were 24 golf clubs.

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Played on: 1 September 2021 Review date: 1 September 2021Handicap: 17.7
Wishaw Golf & Country Club Ltd
Warm welcome from staff and members alike. Free coffee and tea in clubhouse! Course in excellent condition and well worth playing! I will definitely return.
Played on: 30 March 2021 Review date: 11 April 2021Handicap: 9.2
Ingon Manor Golf Club
This is now called Stratford Park. The course was in very good condition. It presents a decent challenge and offers some good views of the Warwickshire countryside.
Played on: 3 December 2020 Review date: 31 December 2020Handicap: 9.2
The Brabazon Course
Played in wet conditions so did not have the best experience. Always special to play here because of the Ryder Cup history.
Played on: 26 October 2020 Review date: 3 November 2020Handicap: 9.2
Edgbaston Golf Club
Played in a Team event organised by Teetours. Great day all round.
Played on: 6 October 2020 Review date: 8 February 2021Handicap: 18.6
Arden CourseAylesford Course
Hotel associated course which suffers from visitors not repairing pitch marks on the green. Really disappointing that visitors can't treat the course with the respect it deserves.
Played on: 20 September 2020 Review date: 22 September 2020Handicap: 6.9
Whitefields Golf Club
Excellent value for money. Evening meal great standard. The course is excellent with a mix of being challenged yet forgiving the odd wayward shot. Some very tricky greens! Will definitely be back.
Played on: 20 September 2020 Review date: 8 February 2021Handicap: 7
Academy CourseChampionship Golf Course
Two very good courses in great condition. Hotel was good and food was great. Due to COVID-19 I feel the experience was let down slightly.
Played on: 16 September 2020 Review date: 22 September 2020Handicap: 24.5
PGA National CourseThe Brabazon CourseThe Derby Course
Brabazon course is a must for all golfers, well organised, and a fantastic place to play, interesting holes, some easier than others. With go back very soon 👍.
Played on: 11 September 2020 Review date: 8 February 2021Handicap: 6.9
Whitefields Golf Club
Overall value for money is superb, a real find. Great hotel, facilities and course.
Played on: 6 September 2020 Review date: 12 February 2021Handicap: 9.2
Shirley Golf Club
Played in a Mixed 4 Ball Open.

Play golf in Warwickshire

Although Birmingham is not part of Warwickshire, it does lie in the middle of the county. When visiting Warwickshire for a golf break, flying to Birmingham and staying there is a good idea, as many of the best Warwickshire golf courses are in close proximity of Birmingham. The Belfry is the most famous golf club in Warwickshire, as it has hosted the Ryder Cup on four occasions and has staged numerous European Tour events. The Belfry has three golf courses, with the Barbazon course as the must-play course. Other top golf courses in Warwickshire are: Sutton Coldfield Golf Club, Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Edgbaston Golf Club and Copt Heath Golf Club. Warwickshire is a county known for its sleepy villages and the bustle of its vibrant market towns. Warwickshire’s heritage stretches back for centuries, so make sure to pay a visit to Roman Alcester, the castles at Warwick and Kenilworth, Shakespeare’s Stratford, Northern Warwickshire’s links with George Eliot, or relive Rugby’s sporting history. Warwickshire is accessible through the air via Birmingham Airport.
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