Founded in 1905, Knowle Golf Club moved to its present location twenty years later so the current course is a long-established parkland layout that measures just over 6,000 yards from the back markers.
Set at altitude of nearly 900 feet, Broadway Golf Club affords some of the finest Cotswold views imaginable across the Vale of Evesham to the distant Malvern Hills on a clear day.
Chipping Sodbury Golf Club may be more than one hundred years old (formed in 1905) but its members have only played on an 18-holer since 1971 when the Fred W. Hawtree-designed Beaufort course first opened.
Downland in character with good turf, Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club 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.
Painswick is a unique course which pitches and rolls across an undulating Cotswold escarpment. It looks and feels just like a seaside links.