Church Stretton Golf Club

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If you haven’t played at Church Stretton, book a round now. Probably the most characterful course in England.

Corse condition was as good as I’ve seen and the welcome in the pro shop is always warm.

Can’t wait to get back up and take in the views.

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Picked as a quick round before heading back to Scotland on the May Bank Holiday and completely underestimated the climb. Roughly equivalent to going a hill walk with my golf bag; I highly recommend anyone to take a trolley as a minimum!
Rewarded with excellent weather and with the course to myself this was treat. I imagine it is much more difficult with the ferns and rough longer than when I played, and a blustery wind would be tough too. Not a long course by any means, I was happy with the challenge provided by blind approaches and undulating fairways.
Reminded me a lot of Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire and Whiting Bay on Arran, although the views are much more spectacular. Course was immaculate for heathland, greens were brick hard too.
Quirky, unique and good fun - a must play for anybody allowed to take their clubs on a family holiday.

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I love Church Stretton golf course. It's completely unique and a real test of your golfing brain. The views are amazing and the course condition was superb - greens are unreal at the moment. Definitely worth a visit.

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I originally booked this round for 30th July but when electrical storms were forecast I called the Pro who was extremely helpful and agreed we could move the game a couple of weeks as I was about to go away on holiday.
We arrived to a warm welcome from both the Pro and members and teed off in the sunshine with light winds. I have played here in bad weather and have to say it's not much fun but on a good day there's nowhere better. The views are stunning and the layout is imaginative.
Be prepared to gain some serious altitude over the first 4 holes!
The course is mostly rented from the National Trust so you can expect to see a lot of sheep and ponies but this only adds to the experience.
A short course but it doesn't feel like it and if you're walking you will definitely sleep well after.
We finished off with a drink sitting outside the clubhouse looking out over the valley and the town...it really is a cracking spot.

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Great golf course with stunning views and challenging holes.

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