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Stinchcombe Hill

Dursley, England
  • Address56 Kingshill Rd, Dursley GL11 4EG, UK

Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club was inaugurated in 1889, the same year that the Old course at Minchinhampton came into being. The first Captain of the emerging club, Arthur Hoare, laid out nine holes for Stinchcombe Hill’s founding members high on the hill, from where there are panoramic views of the River Severn, the Welsh hills and the surrounding Cotswolds.

The course was extended to 18 holes in 1906 and was almost completely lost due to the Great War. In 1922, F.G. Hawtree and J.H. Taylor were drafted in to ring the changes and began the construction of eight bunkers. Seven years later, James Braid made further alterations which completed in 1936.

Downland in character with good turf, Stinchcombe Hill has an interesting variety of green complexes and the course busts into life at the par four 5th with its greensite benched into the hillside behind a gaping chasm.

Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club was inaugurated in 1889, the same year that the Old course at Minchinhampton came into being. The first Captain of the emerging club, Arthur Hoare, laid out nine holes for Stinchcombe Hill’s founding members high on the hill, from where there are panoramic views of the River Severn, the Welsh hills and the surrounding Cotswolds.

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James Braid

James Braid was born in 1870 in Earlsferry, the adjoining village to Elie in the East Neuk of Fife. He became a member of Earlsferry Thistle aged fifteen and was off scratch by his sixteenth birthday.

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