Church Stretton Golf Club
|Red (W)||68||4573 yards|
|White M: 63.5/108||181||111||165||423||197||361||250||267||356||2311||308||433||175||365||368||321||252||323||174||2719||5030|
|Yellow M: 62.4/107||177||108||158||420||180||337||248||241||336||2205||305||429||174||361||362||317||247||316||170||2681||4886|
|Red W: 64.8/109||170||101||147||388||160||325||248||163||323||2025||323||425||165||347||359||309||212||303||159||2602||4627|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Lovely course, greens were a little slow but they been top dressed.
It was nice to walk off clean and not covered in mud!!
The views are unbelievable and the wild horses were lovely to see.
A fabulous course but not an easy walk!!
Challenging hilly course with stunning views of Shropshire.
This was my first outing at Church Stretton Golf Course, however, I will definitely go there again. It was a bit wet & cold up there in the Gods as we say! The course was in very good condition, however, the greens were a little inconsistent. The views are amazing & the course provides a very good challenge to any golfer.
Thoroughly enjoyed my round. Due to being October I began in mist but the sun soon shone. The views are incredible! The course, despite being shorter than most, is extremely challenging & the greens can be tricky. Thanks to all staff for putting on a great course. It's my second visit. I will return
Think your way around
The short nature of this course is somewhat misleading with a number of challenging par 3s and with the wind blowing, considerably lengthened or 4s.
We had a great welcome with plenty of instruction given as to the interesting layout. Some of the greens did suffer from the open nature of the pastureland.
Having options to hit the ball low was a must in the day we played and the calves saw plenty of wear tackling the terrain. A real test that I would love to return to in the not too distant future.
Thanks for a great day out.
Moorland course which presents so very tricky holes. Very good price. The off-course amenities were a proshop and a bar/restaurant, both were closed when I arrived at 10am, but the proshop was open when I finished. I’ll be playing again.
Very welcoming, friendly and informative staff.
Testing course especially with a few gusts of wind.
Hill Top Heaven
A superb course with some very testing holes, (3Rd is a gem!) the views of the Shropshire countryside are breathtaking and the course itself very well laid out although some of the inclines between holes are very steep. Can’t recommend this golf course highly enough.
We played on the hottest day of the year. A unique playing experience amidst the glacial moraine of south shropshire with stunning views from all holes. Very friendly and informative staff.
Great Days Golf
Had a great day, booked via golf now on hot deal and paid £21 so value for money was excellent, still wouldn't want to pay £40 though anywhere. Conditions were perfect and the course wasn't too busy, Club Pro was extremely helpful and very friendly even approached us after the round asking if we had enjoyed ourselves. Nice pint in the sun afterwards. Will definitely play again in the near future
Stunning scenic views from every tee box , not a long course but you have a climb on nearly every hole so would recommend a buggie. Greens were difficult to read but in very good condition and the club pro was very helpful,
A great golfing experience
This course would be played once by every golfer. A unique test which changes from day to day. Links style golf on top of a hill!
Simply put, this is a gem of a golf course. Firm and dry underfoot and playing like it was the middle of summer - a vast difference to the usual mud wading of other courses in the region, including my own home course. I particularly love the links style, having to aim at barber poles, blind approach shots and the hilly terrain, even though some of the paths are steep and rugged. It is a course that demands course management and a bit of 'outside the box' thinking. Windy as it was when we played, it was still very playable, and with the winter bracken having died back, finding a ball in the rough is a doddle (not sure how this will work in summer though...). The course is at the top of my "we are going back there" list and it will take something extremely special to lodge it from that position.
PS The rating for the off course amenities is simply because we did not use them. The first time we played the club house was closed, so yesterday we just went to a pub in the village after the game.
What a great course, on paper looks very easy with lots of par 3’s and no par 5’s, this is not the case. A really good challenge to see how your game is, really need to plot your way around if looking to score well.
Elevated Tee’s and greens and greens that are low down in the hills and valleys.
Wind is a major factor when choosing club selection as well as the where the greens are as per the above.
Greens were lighting quick but surprisingly in really good condition.
Next time I will carry rather than power caddy, looking forward to playing on a hot day.
Spectacular views and a few quirky holes , but overall this course was very disappointing and not enjoyable . The course layout is confusing , the walking tracks between many holes are in poor condition, especially on the 8 th hole . Sheep dominate several fairways .
If you play this course , do not use a manual trolley particularly on a windy day . My rented trolley toppled over dozens of times .
This course is better suited to low handicap golfers who will be more capable of managing such a challenging course
Hard in the hills
This course is never easy. With hills that need crampons not spikes and permanent strong winds it's a test for the best. Great greens and fairways and maybe one day I'll par that first hole.