Golf courses in Worcestershire

Worcestershire is a small, rural county in the West Midlands. It’s home to just over 500,000 residents with most of them residing in Worcester, Kidderminster, Bromsgrove and Redditch. 


Fruit farming and the cultivation of hops were some of the traditional agriculture activities in the county, but its most famous export is probably Worcestershire sauce. Made by Lea & Perrins, it’s still produced in Worcester today. 


From a golfing perspective, there’s plenty on offer in Worcestershire, with 27 golf courses in the county


Moseley Golf Club, a picturesque parkland course, is probably the pick of the bunch. The course was originally founded as a 9-hole course in 1892, but it was extended to 18-holes by Harry Colt back in 1913. 


Set amongst mature trees and shrubs, the layout is tight and the course is known for their fast, undulating greens. 


To the south of Worcestershire are the famous Malvern Hills. The hills here contain volcanic rocks and metamorphic rocks dating back over 1,200 million years. They have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 


To get a good view of them, it’s worth heading over to The Worcestershire Golf Club. It’s the oldest golf club in the county, set amongst the Malvern Hills, offering breathtaking views throughout your round. 


Our final pick in Worcestershire would probably be Blackwell Golf Club. It’s the only course in the county to feature in the England Top 100 ranking and has also held Open Regional Qualifying on 6 occasions. 


Despite being short by modern standards (the course reaches just 6,248 yards from the back tees), it remains a tough challenge with five well-guarded par-3s.  


You can check out all of the golf courses in Worcestershire below.

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