Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club is located on the southern edge of the Cotswold escarpment above the Severn Valley. With breath-taking views, the course was described by the late Henry Longhurst as one of the most scenic courses in Europe.

By modern standards the course is not long (Par 68 Gents / 71 Ladies) but is a challenging test for golfers of all abilities.

Parts of the course are Sites of Scientific Interest and in order to protect wildflowers and birds, areas of rough are allowed to flourish.

Set in a stunning location overlooking the Severn Valley. The original layout of 9 holes opened in 1889 with a further 9 being completed in 1906. The course was redesigned by Fred Hawtree in 1922 with further changes being made between 1929 and 1936 on the advice of James Braid. The course measures 5809 yards.

Although situated on a hilltop Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club is relatively flat with no major inclines. Due to its location the course drains very well and is playable all year round. Many compliments are received on the fantastic condition of the course.

Our friendly bar staff will make members and guests most welcome in our spacious bar and dining areas. Our newly refurbished restaurant offers an excellent dining experience with home cooked meals using fresh local produce.

The Course is a first-choice venue for many Societies and Golf Days and with the Club House open to the public, non-golfing visitors can still enjoy a drink and something to eat.