Church Stretton Golf Club in Shropshire enjoys magnificent scenery, with Caer Caradoc and The Lawley to the east across the Stretton valley, The Wrekin in the distance and The Longmynd to the west.
We are never on temporary greens, nor do we play from tee mats. This makes Church Stretton a great Shropshire golf course to play in the spring, autumn or winter. In the summer the views come alive and you can see as far as The Hawkstone Ridge in the north of Shropshire and as far south as Herefordshire. You can walk on springy, well-drained turf and play golf in completely natural surroundings. You may even have the company of buzzards and red kites.
When you have completed your round, why not come into the friendliest clubhouse in the whole of Shropshire, for a drink, a meal or a snack. You will be made most welcome.
It is a course you will never get tired of playing, as each hole is unique. It always retains your interest no matter how many times you return. The only holes, which are vaguely parallel, are the 13th and 14th, but the 13th is a dogleg and the 14th is straight. You will find the turf delightful to play from as the ball always "sits up" and the course never suffers from muddy conditions. The wind can be a problem, but it makes the thought you put into each shot even more challenging. In the summer the ferns make some holes tight driving holes (for example the 9th). In the winter you have greater room for error.
The greens are consistent and play well throughout the year. The borrows are subtle and can be misleading, for example, the 12th (It's difficult to decide whether the green slopes away from the hill or towards it). We have removed the few tee mats completely and now play from grass tees all year round. On which other course can you say that?
And if your golf is going badly you can always admire the views
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