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Moor Hall

Sutton Coldfield, England
Sutton Coldfield, England
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  • AddressMoor Hall Dr, The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, Sutton Coldfield B75, UK

The Moor Hall estate was developed in the early 1930s by a local businessman who set aside around 100 acres for development of a golf course. Designed and constructed by the turnkey partnership of J.H. Taylor and F.G. Hawtree, the 18-hole layout was officially opened for play on 23rd April 1932.

In 2016, a full historic research study and course audit by Mackenzie & Ebert resulted in the club engaging Tom Mackenzie and contractor John Greasley Ltd to rebuild all of the bunkers on the course and this half a million pound infrastructure investment was completed in April 2020.

The course extends to 6,293 yards from the back tees, playing to a par of 70; out in 37 then back in 33, with the outward half playing more than 300 yards longer than the inward half. There’s only one short hole on the front nine (at the 175-yard 2nd) and no par fives on the back nine.

Highlight holes include short par fours at the 3rd and 7th, the tough par four 14th (with a stream crossing the fairway as it heads to a bunkerless green), and the last of the par threes at the 184-yard 17th, where the same meandering watercourse slashes across the front of a heavily sand-protected green.

The Moor Hall estate was developed in the early 1930s by a local businessman who set aside around 100 acres for development of a golf course. Designed and constructed by the turnkey partnership of J.H. Taylor and F.G. Hawtree, the 18-hole layout was officially opened for play on 23rd April 1932.

In 2016, a full historic research study and course audit by Mackenzie & Ebert resulted in the club engaging Tom Mackenzie and contractor John Greasley Ltd to rebuild all of the bunkers on the course and this half a million pound infrastructure investment was completed in April 2020.

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J. H. Taylor is rightly regarded as a golfing pioneer. The five-time Open champion was one of the best golfers of his era, he then played a significant role in shaping the way that the game is now conducted.

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