Moor Hall - Warwickshire - England

Moor Hall Golf Club,
Moor Hall Drive,
Four Oaks,
Sutton Coldfield,
West Midlands,
B75 6LN,
England


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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.

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Description: 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. Rating: 4 out of 10 Reviews: 1
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David Baxter

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.

April 08, 2020
4 / 10
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