Cherington Course, Hole 2
Avening Course, Hole 7
The Old Course, Hole 16
Cherington Course, Hole 11
Avening Course, Hole 6
Cherington Course, Hole 18
Avening Course, Hole 13
Cherington Course, Hole 12
Three truly outstanding tests of golf set high on the rolling Cotswolds where the glorious scenery complements the quality of the golf experience. Can there be a better golfing destination or Club to belong to in the whole of the South West?
Both sites have their own Clubhouses offering a warm welcome and excellent catering. At the New Course there are exceptional practice facilities including a covered driving range, short game area, practice putting green and state of the art teaching and performance centres.
Would Members please read the notice on the Members page regarding subscriptions for 2014.
To mark 125 years of golf at Minchinhampton we are offering a singular opportunity to become one of the first 125 full playing Members (men and women) to join us in 2014* and pay a joining fee of just £125.00 - as compared to our current joining fee of £750.00. Contact our Secretary / Manager for more details or to register an interest - firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Offer open to first 125 to join in 2014 or by 31st March 2014 - whichever is the sooner.
County Card holders enjoy a preferred rate of £28.00 each. Alternatively our standard weekday green fee is £49.00 and £59.00 at weekends but itf you play after 11.00 Monday to Thursday or after midday on weekends a 2 ball day ticket is currently on offer at £68.00 saving £39.00 / £50.00 and a 4 ball Day ticket for £136.00 saving £60.00 / £100.00!
Golf Week 2014
Golf Week is a true festival of golf embracing six Open competitions from 1st August 2014.
Entry Forms can be downloaded from the Fixtures Section of this website under Open Competitions
There can be no finer golfing destination or Club to belong to in the whole of the County!
Former European Tour Professional
Par 71, 6433 yds
Wide rolling greens and links characteristics. Served as a regional qualifying course for The Open Championship.
Par 70, 6311 yds
Designed by Fred Hawtree and features several lakes, a rich variety of specimen trees and tricky bunkers.
Par 71, 6088 yds
Where golf began for the Club in 1889. An original test of golf with not a bunker to be seen.