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Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club

Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club
GL11 6AQ

Tel 01453 542015

Pro Shop 01453 543878

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Our Secretary Ian Crowtheris available from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Monday to Friday to answer any queries you may have.

Green Fees:

1st April 2007 to 31st October 2007

18 holes - Monday to Friday


36 holes - Monday to Friday


18 holes - Sat/Sun & Bank Holidays


36 holes - Sat/Sun & Bank Holidays


2007 Prices


Pro Shop: Well stocked Pro-Shop open daily from 8am to dusk.

Bar: Terry Swyer is the Steward and he has a small team of staff to help him. Open daily from 11am to 10.30 pm.

Bar Meals: Jane Swyer is the Catering Manager. A good choice of well-priced quality food is offered throughout the year. Coffee is on sale from a machine and there is a snack and meal menu. With reasonable notice, catering can be made available outside published hours. A comprehensive menu is available from our Caterer and her staff who are on site daily from 10.00 a.m to 6.00pm. (earlier for society and group bookings)

Dining Room: Lounge available for society meals and functions. accommodate large groups.

Changing Rooms: Male and female facilities are provided.

Showers: Shower facilities are available to all visitors.

Putting Green area: Situated at the rear of the clubhouse is a well maintained Putting Green.

Tee off times: The tee is operated on a first come first served basis, except in winter weekends when, because of the short day, members should book through the Pro shop.

History of course:In 1939 Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club celebrated it's Golden Jubilee having been started by a small band of enthusiasts who in the autumn of 1889, "resolved to introduce the Royal and Ancient game to this part of England".In modern times perhaps the course, measured at just under 6,000 yards, may be termed "short", but any scratch player who returns a net 68 can, and indeed would, be well pleased with himself. In fact the challenge of this exciting eighteen hole golf course can be appreciated from the fact that the course record still stands at 63, held by the late Tim Smith. There can be few better places to spend an afternoon, or better still, a day, than at Stinchcombe Hill. Especially with a golf club in your hand.

Handicap Required: All players must provide a valid Handicap Certificate.

Professional: Our Club Professional Paul Bushell is a member of the PGA who is always on hand and willing to give lessons and advice on golfing matters.

Club house: A relaxing environment for all golfers, with bar and resturant facilites.