Spotlight on… Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire in south-west England contains many well-loved courses on


The Cotswold Hills and the River Severn can be found in Gloucestershire and set in the heart of the county is The Forest of Dean – one of the surviving ancient woodlands in England.


There are many great courses in the area, which are easily accessible from cities like Cardiff and Newport in Wales and Bristol, Bath and Swindon in England.


Here are some top tracks….


Puckrup Hall Golf Club

Host to a number of regional championships, this 18-hole, par-70 course is a pleasure to play. Gentle undulations, lakes and mature trees provide a mix of natural hazards and doglegs to ensure each hole is a novel challenge for every level of player. Tee times from £12.50 per person.


Filton Golf Club

Located near Bristol City Centre, the picturesque course measures 6174 yards, but don’t let the length give you a false sense of being easy, it is no push over. Claimed as one of the most difficult courses in the county, Filton is a real test for any level of golfer. Tee times from £12.50 per person.


Tracy Park Golf & Country Club

A 36 hole venue, the Crown and Cromwell courses, provide a great challenge for every level of player, plus golfers can enjoy the picturesque backdrop of the Cotswold Hills. Tee times from £15 per person.


Gloucester Golf Club

The course is an 18-hole, par-72 championship course that is set in a beautiful location overlooking Gloucestershire’s countryside. The Club also provides golfers a place to warm up prior to their round in the 13 bay driving range. Tee times from £12.50 per person.

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