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Hidden Gems - West Midlands

By: Adam Smith | Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Comments

Looking to play golf across the West Midlands ? check out some of these hidden gems from Herefordshire, Shropshire,  Warwickshire and Worcestershire.

Herefordshire Golf Club - Herefordshire

Signature holes, out of bounds and water hazards throughout makes The Herefordshire one of the most favoured in the West Midlands. Play the par 3's well and you should find yourself getting round in a good score and you can look forward to a true risk and reward finish with two finely struck shots needed to reach the 18th in two. The course itself is one of the finest looking and best maintained in the county.

Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 70, 6,055 Yards, published green fee from £25

The Herefordshire Golf Club is rated 4.12/5 from 17 ratings

Telford Golf Club - Shropshire

A tree lined track with splendid views of the Severn Valley and Ironbridge Gorge where accuracy is key if you want to post a good score. Water awaits you on a number of holes adding to the tough test.

Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 72, 6,761 Yards, published green fee from £25

Telford Golf Club is rated 3.82/5 from 62 ratings

Stonebridge Golf Course - Warwickshire

A fantastic 27-hole championship course consisting of three loops; The Somers, Hampton Course, the Blythe, Somers Course and finally, the Hampton, Blythe Course. With stunning scenery accompanying players around any nine and different hazards coming into play, Stonebridge will test any handicapper.

Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 70, 6,179 Yards, published green fee from £20

Stonebirdge Golf Club is rated 3.71/5 from 129 ratings

The Shropshire Golf Club - Shropshire

Made up of three loops of nine. The Gold, the Silver and the Blue course makes playing 18 holes around The Shropshire a tough test of golf. The Silver is known to be a sterner test with one of the finest finishing holes in the conty but take nothing away from the Gold or Blue and they still combine challenging holes with beautiful scenery.

None, 18 Holes, Par 72, 6,637 Yards, published green fee from £24

The Shropshire Golf Club is rated 4.08/5 from 192 ratings

Wharton Park Golf Club - Worcestershire

A USGA standard course situated on the edge of the historic riverside town of Bewdley in the picturesque Wyre Forest, the championship course is magnificent to say the least. Set around 43 acres of Royal Forest the course offers everything you would expect with manicured fairways and lightning fast greens. Large mature trees line the wide fairways and around the water features making Wharton Park's variety one of its many assets.

None, 18 Holes, Par 72, 6,435 Yards, published green fee from £10

Wharton Park Golf Club is rated 4.19/5 from 42 ratings

Kings Course - Warwickshire

The Kings golf course at the Warwickshire Golf & Country Club tests your brain rather than your brawn. Shorter and wider than the Earls course, good iron play is essential to score well here. There are some stunning holes, including some classic risk/reward par 5’s and challenging par 3's. A green fee on the Kings Golf Course is one that every golfer will enjoy.

Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 72, 6,851 Yards, published green fee from £39

The Warwickshire Golf Club is rated 4.32/5 from 252 ratings

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