The Ormond at Tetbury

23 Long Street, Tetbury, Glucestershire, GL8 8AA

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Founded in 1905 and set at the foot of the Cotswold and close to the historic market town of Chipping Sodbury lies Chipping Sodbury Golf Club. The Beaufort Course was designed by Fred Hawtree and is widely acknowledged as a superb parkland course with views to rolling countryside. 

It has hosted numerous championships across the years and presents a challenge to all levels of golfer.

Water hazards are a feature on many holes and the greens, though large, play smaller than their size, as many of them are raised slightly from the surrounding terrain.

 

Founded in 1905 and set at the foot of the Cotswold and close to the historic market town of Chipping Sodbury lies Chipping Sodbury Golf Club. The Beaufort Course was designed by Fred Hawtree and is widely acknowledged as a superb parkland course with views to rolling countryside. 

It has hosted numerous championships across the years and presents a challenge to all levels of golfer.

Water hazards are a feature on many holes and the greens, though large, play smaller than their size, as many of them are raised slightly from the surrounding terrain.

 

Three Exceptional golf courses offering a variety of golfing challenges. 

The Cherington Course is a testing, open rolling course with links
influences, featuring Cotswold stone walls and delightful views across the high Cotswolds. Both an Open Championship Qualifying venue and host for the English Mid Amateur Championship, the greens set stern examinations.

The Avening is a parkland course with mature trees, lakes and a wealth of wildlife. It is frequently the host course for County events offering a different but no less challenging and attractive round of golf.

The Old Course was established in 1889 and its open grassland aspect continues to present an original test of golfing skill and glorious scenery and lies a short drive from the other courses on the opposite side of the picturesque Cotswold market town of Minchinhampton with its honey coloured houses, shops and ancient market place.

 

When The Kendleshire first opened its doors in 1997, we set about building a warm and welcoming environment for people from all walks of life, without some of the rules and traditions which would often trump common sense or modernity. Golfers have a choice of combining our three 9-hole courses – Hollows and Ruffet, both designed by Adrian Stiff and Badminton designed by Peter McEvoy.  Each offer a brilliant test of golf with a fair share of water hazards and memorable holes, with their own individual character.