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Kington Golf Club

Kington Golf Club

Kington Golf Club is Herefordshire's number 1 golf course and is England's highest 18 hole course. In 2019 Golf Monthly listed Kington Golf Club as one of its "Hidden Gems" and Golf Empire rates Kington as number 5 in the UK among golf courses of less than 6000 yards.

The course is located on Bradnor Hill, just outside the medieval town of Kington and was first opened for play in 1926. The designer, Major Cecil Hutchinson, was a central figure in golf course design in the early 20th century. He collaborated with James Braid in the construction of Gleneagles and Carnoustie.

Kington Golf Club is a "must play" for any discerning golfer.

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The Herefordshire Golf Club

First established in 1896 and the oldest club in the County, The Herefordshire Golf Club moved to its present location on the Raven's Causeway some 36 years later in 1932.
A special location founded by the legendary James Braid, offering far reaching and stunning outlooks of the Shropshire Hills, the Brecon Beacons and the Malverns.
Described as the 'Gleneagles of the Midlands' the course is a great test for golfers of all abilities and is a challenge right from the 1st tee to the 18th green.   

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Leominster Golf Club

A beautiful golf course in the Herefordshire countryside near Leominster, the town in the Marches and not far from the Welsh border.
Our beautiful golf course has eighteen very different holes, each with a different challenge designed to test your skills to the limit.

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Sapey Golf Club

Opened in 1990 Sapey Golf Club has matured into one of the outstanding courses in the area. Set high in the rolling hills of the Herefordshire and Worcestershire border wild life abounds, finding refuge in the surrounding woods, cornfields and pastures, all observed on high by our adopted family of buzzards.
If this is still not challenging enough then the 10,000 trees and shrubs will provide the sternest test. These were carefully selected as a combination of fast growing conifers and the more glamorous broad leaf variety. Now the stakes and free drops have become history, Sapey is becoming one of the most demanding, as well as beautiful, venues in the area.

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Burghill Valley Golf Club

Surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Herefordshire, our course offers you perfect opportunity to enjoy a game of golf and relax.

We're a friendly club and welcome both visitors and societies to come and enjoy our course!

The course is situated 4 miles north west of the city of Hereford, nestled in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. The walking is easy, with gentle rolling fairways around two lakes, playing through mature cider orchards. There is always a background of hills, woods and wildlife with the Welsh mountains in the distance.

At 6224 yards par 71, most of the holes require considerable thought, and with a policy of continual improvement it is seen as a fair but interesting test for players of all abilities. We have excellent practice and teaching facilities, including a dedicated short game area.

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Rhosgoch Golf and Leisure Club - Builth Wells

High above the Wye Valley in unspoilt countryside lies Rhosgoch Golf and Leisure Club. Where the call of the Curlew and the Red Kite can be heard. A golfing oasis surrounded by outstanding views of the Radnorshire Hills, overlooking Rhosgoch Bog, a sight of special Scientific Interest, one of the few 'quacking bogs' remaining in Europe, supporting rare and endangered wildlife and flora. The 5000 yards, par 68 course, utilises the natural slopes providing a challenging game of golf, a good test for experienced golfers, yet suitable for all ages and all standards of play. There is no dress code;all that is required is respect for the cuorse and courtesy to fellow golfers.

Phil Price Rally School

It would be hard to beat the breath-taking views, winding rally stages and the quality of the Rally Venue.  In fact it is so good it is used by the top Rally Works Teams for pre-event testing.

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