Established in the mid 1930s, the course at Lilleshall Hall Golf Club was laid out by Harry Colt and John Morrison and it is characterised by tight fairways that cut through mature woodland.
Visited Lilleshall in July 2019. Front nine was fairly average parkland played off firm clay baked fairways so ball bounced far. Back nine was much nicer, more woodland and had a much nicer feel with springy turf and more interesting holes. Thought holes 10-16 were the best, followed by an odd driving hole at the short par 4 17th where a directional marker would have been handy. Greens were some of the slowest I've played on this year (and it was an open competition) and this did not help the enjoyment of the round. I have played six of the top 10 courses (including Ludlow) in Shropshire and would place Lilleshall at the bottom of those I have played.