Founded in 1893, Robin Hood Golf Club moved to its present location in 1913 allowing its members to enjoy a course fashioned by Harry Colt. Recent bunkering improvements have elevated this mature parkland layout to a new level.
I have played Robin Hood GC a couple of times (both in autumn), and I have found the welcome and course condition more than satisfactory with excellent greens. A good variety of holes including some nice doglegs, tight driving holes, long par 4's, and birdeable par 5's; tough par 4's to finish at 17 and 18. Quite a confined parkland course with treelined fairways it holds enough interest to be worth a visit and I personally enjoyed more than the higher ranked Ladbrook Park and Egbaston.