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.
Harborne Golf Club is blessed with several excellent holes that are among the best in the Midlands. The course covers surprisingly hilly terrain with all manner of side hill, uphill and downhill shots required.
The PGA National has a distinctly American feel...it's a tough tournament course, which sits nicely alongside the Brabazon golf course at the Belfry.
The 36-hole Warwickshire Golf & Country Club boasts two courses (Kings and Earls). The Earls is the layout that receives the accolades due to its strong homeward nine.
Dating back to 1902, the course at Walmley Golf Club has matured into an engaging parkland layout where accuracy rather than length will pay dividends. The 153-yard signature hole called “High Hopes” is played from an elevated tee over water.