Laid out by Fred Hawtree and J.H Taylor in 1932, the tree-lined fairways of the Moor Hall Golf Club course are set within a 300-acre estate that was formerly the residence of the Bishop of Exeter in the 16th century.
Played Moor Hall in the summer of 2017. Course starts pleasantly enough and with par 5's at the 1st and 5th there is a chance of getting off to a good start. The early promise didn't really develop and the result was a series of nice enough treelined holes in reasonable condition. Holes 9-11 seemed to be in a separate section of their own and I did quite like the short tight dog-leg par 4's at 9 and 10. From hole 14 to the finish seemed to be the toughest part of the course with a few long par 4's. Pleasant enough parkland for a game and I was pleased to tick off another course, but Little Aston and Sutton Coldfield are nearby and these are the ones to make a trip for.